Nexus 2: Sins of the Past

Captain Drew Anderson and the crew of the Nexus embraced their decision to cut themselves off from the homeworld and parent company, Sontem. But their former coworkers have other ideas, and now Sontem's other ship, the Argus, is coming for the Nexus.
Sins of the Past is the second book in The Sontem Trilogy. It contains graphic language and content. More

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About Nicolas Wilson

Nicolas Wilson is a published journalist, graphic novelist, and novelist. He lives in the rainy wastes of Portland, Oregon with his wife, two cats and a dog.

Nic has written eight novels. Whores: not intended to be a factual account of the gender war, and Dag are currently available for e-reader, and will soon be available in paperback. Nexus, The Necromancer's Gambit, Banksters, Homeless, The Singularity, and Lunacy are all due for publication in the next two years, as well as several short story collections.

Nic's work spans a variety of genres, from political thriller to science fiction and urban fantasy.

For information on Nic's books, and behind-the-scenes looks at his writing, visit nicolaswilson.com.

About the Series: The Sontem Trilogy
Boldly go deeper into space than man ever has aboard a corporate-owned generational ark. Meet new species, screw them over in mining rights negotiations, and engage in intergalactic piracy (holographic eyepatch not included with purchase).

Captain Anderson Grant of the corporate starship Nexus boldly explores alien worlds (and occasionally the alien women, too). But as their mission goes on, Grant and his crew struggle with the company's version of manifest destiny, as well as its attempt to coerce them into military force. Will the largest threat to their mission and their safety come from outside the Nexus? Or will it come from the company that respects them more for their genetic possibilities than their individuality?

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