Strangers in Flight

When Reva Starchild went into cryosleep, she wasn't prepared to be the sole survivor of a people that history never remembered. Isaac wants to help her, but he carries a secret that may decide the outcome of the war. Little does he know, the Imperials aren't the only ones hunting him. More

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About Joe Vasicek

Joe Vasicek fell in love with science fiction and fantasy when he read A Wrinkle in Time and The Neverending Story as a child. He wrote several unfinished novels in high school and took Brandon Sanderson's writing class at Brigham Young University.

He first came onto the indie writing scene in 2011 with his debut novel Genesis Earth. Since then, he has written more than twenty novels and novellas, including Genesis Earth, Gunslinger to the Stars, The Sword Keeper, and the Sons of the Starfarers series. His stories have been published in Perehilion, Mirror Dance, Sci Phi Journal, Uprising Review, Kasma SF, and Leading Edge.

As a young man, he studied Arabic and traveled across the Middle East and the Caucasus Mountains. He has also traveled across the United States, and has lived in Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, California, Utah, Washington DC, and Iowa. Wherever he goes, though, he's always writing.

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About the Series: Sons of the Starfarers
On a derelict colony in the far outworlds, Isaac and Aaron Deltana find a girl frozen in cryostasis. But a storm is brewing on the frontier. The war-torn Gaian Empire has turned its sights outward, and the desperate coalition of outworld colonies has little hope of stopping them. In the midst of all this, a ruthless pirate queen seeks to establish an empire of her own. The brothers must navigate a treacherous galaxy of ever-shifting alliances if they hope to save the girl—or ever see each other again.

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