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Spark of War
Dreamer. Student. Son.
Jaekob is enjoying his simple life in the hidden kingdom of the dragons. He has a great friend, an honorable father, and a place among the dragons if he chooses to take it. What could shatter their peace and bring the dragons to war?
Attack. Blood. Poison.
Jaekob has no intention of voting to join the wars. He has everything he needs, and nothing is taking him into a battle where he could potentially lose more of his small family.
Until the war finds him and kills the ones he holds closest.
The time of dragons is now.
Keva Duste is an engineered human on a mission: find the weapon the corporate elite has amassed and secure it.
Humanity has conquered the black, but not their own inherent greed. The four systems surrounding Kalamatra Station provide members of the Elite class with everything they could want: mined minerals, abundant food, and an entire system to call their own, a place of paradise and riches. But for some, that isn’t enough.
Terrans and common spacers suffer under untenable work conditions and crumbling, radioactive stations while the Elite thrive. Now the commoners are threatening to revolt.
With the four systems on the verge of civil war, the Codex Syndicate’s covert intelligence network learns of an Elite weapon designed to alter the common people to their genetic core. The Elite have planned to test deployment on the mutinous Red Sky colony and force their compliance.
Codex Syndicate agent Keva Duste is an ex-military, engineered human with a score to settle. Together with a renegade space captain, an Elite refugee, and two sentient AIs, she must race to locate the weapon and stop the genocide of the human race before it can begin. Can Keva save Red Sky from destruction before the Elite turn this weapon on the rest of the settlements? And if she does, will she ignite a revolution?
She is the Dragon Slayer. Or is she?
Dragons have terrorized Julianna’s village for generations. Nothing will stop her from succeeding in her first dragon hunt. Until she meets one, that is. His isn’t what she was told to expect. Big, angry beast? No. Normal looking boy? Um…yeah.
Ash is just as surprised by his first “dragon slayer.” She’s not big and tough. Sure, she’s got a fire diamond sword—which she’s very proud of—and some really uncomfortable looking armor, but her heart is bigger than she’s willing to admit.
The war between their two races is only getting bigger and bloodier. Danger hides behind every bush, rock, and inn. As the two of them come together, they realize they have more in common than their leaders want them to notice. Together, Julianna and Ash might be able to discover what the real purpose of this war really is and find a way to stop it. For the sake of all their people: dragons and dragon slayers alike.