New Release -- Osiris (The Locus Series: Book 3)


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Aug 19, 2013
Hi folks,

Osiris (The Locus Series: Book 3) is out and available for $0.99 / £0.99.

A huge thanks to those who beta read, including Brian and a certain international best-selling author - Ratsy.


Beyond the apocalypse, humanity’s future is being decided.

It’s been three months since the cruise ship M/S Atlantica arrived in a hostile new world.

The survivors dream of building a home, but just as their hopes rise, they learn the true cost of saving thousands of people from catastrophe.

Conrad Wakefield, the architect of the Locus project, killed billions.

Fleeing, Wakefield unleashes the full fury of the advanced weaponry of his ship, the Osiris, leaving a trail of death and destruction. Commander Heather Slater and her battle-damaged destroyer, the USS Paul Ignatius, relentlessly pursue, hungry for revenge.

But two stowaways hide aboard Osiris. Marine Jack Cohen and Karl Grayson, a CIA assassin, have more in common than they care to admit. They must use every skill they have to evade Wakefield’s elite mercenaries and bring him to justice. As they explore the secrets of Osiris, they discover the fate of this new Earth depends on whether the mysterious artificial intelligence aboard truly has humanity’s best interests at heart.

When the last battle comes, they will have to decide who, and what, to trust.
I missed this originally, and just changed the title of the thread to add a bit more information in case others did too. :)
Is there another book planned? Doesn't make a difference to me, I'm just curious, as the nun said to the basketball team.

And congrats. Once I've finished my current Kindle-read I'll try to* remember to get the first of these.

*I can't guarantee it. Between Dragon Wing and Elven Star, the first two entries of the Death Gate Cycle, at least 16 years elapsed before I, er, remembered to buy book 2. But I'll definitely get the first book in this series by 2034. Of that you can be sure**.

**Or at least moderately confident.
My pub contract is complete with book three, but we'll see how market forces go. This boxes off the main story arcs I've established, but there is a secondary thread which I have prepped throughout the series ready to be upgraded to the main.

In other words, if enough people buy the first three, I'll write it.
It seems people are using it as an opportunity to review the whole series. But yes, normally one would see a drop off in reviews through the series. It may also be that people are viewing Expedition and Osiris as one entity.

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