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Earthling Factions Control Human Space
We have colonized the Moon, Mars and the Asteroid Belt
Generations ago we moved out among the stars
but that was not enough
The colonies are in open rebellion
Humans are now part of the Renegade Galaxy
Escape is possible
Survival is another story ...
Captain Victoria Legrande and the surviving crew of her stolen warship the NAS Artemis are renegades from the Orion System. After an ambush at a secret rendezvous known only to members of the resistance they were fighting for, they have run for their lives far from home. Continuing their flight from everything they held dear, they have traveled for months through space to the lawless Utopia System to find help from an old friend of the Captain. If he is alive, if he can help them, and if he agrees to help, the question remains, can the ship be saved?
His question may be even more relevant. Is the ship, hunted throughout human space, worth the effort? With no good options, the Captain and her crew face more uncertainty, more danger, and a decision for the Captain that may give them a new life entirely or seal their fate forever.
The second installment in the Renegade Galaxy series depicts a future where Earthling factions have colonized star systems only to discover they are not alone in the universe. Humanity is only one of many civilizations throughout the galaxy we alone call the Milky Way.
Captain Legrande and her crew now seek to elude every Earthling faction, their former comrades in the resistance, and the infamous Mirror Family crime syndicate that controls virtually the entire Utopia system. Her crew doubts if her old friend is even up to the task of repairing the Artemis. Mama Mirror herself, the ruthless head of the Family, may even be looking for him.
Escaping Utopia may be their next best hope.
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