Strength of a Thousand
by Ryan Tang
Snared in a conspiracy to summon a goddess of lies, Alex can’t trust anything. Not even her own memories.
Mankind once crafted wonders like the Paragons, 50-foot tall machines with the strength of a thousand people. But now their descendants are trapped on crumbling space colonies, and the magnificent technologies of Old Earth have been forgotten. Nobody knows why.
Alex has spent the last six years exploring the twisted Spire, a miraculous library built 200-stories high. Night after night, she’s clambered through secret passageways and sifted through decaying tomes, desperately searching for the lost technological wonders of Old Earth that would finally allow her and her friends to escape the crumbling space colonies.
She discovered the monstrous truth behind humanity’s exile instead. The colony’s leaders have no intention of returning to Old Earth. The status quo serves them, and the demonic gods they hope to summon, just fine.
Strength of a Thousand is the first book in the Science and Sorcery series, an epic saga where giant robots battle demonic gods, where scheming nobles plot their return from exile, and where heroes forge almighty machines that resonate with their souls.
Category: Science Fiction – Adventure
To Be An Ace
by Ryan Tang
True peace is hard.
The space colony Plenty is finally free from the tyranny of Southern Robotics and company director Irl Stock. The relieved citizens are eager to create a new and better world, but they soon find themselves besieged on every side by task after task and foe after foe. They must repair the colony’s shattered core and find Stock’s hidden depot of stolen Paragon war machines. Another colony wants to become their ally, but nobody can tell if their handsome new Governor is a true friend or a wolf in sheep’s clothing. The ensnared souls of Stock’s demonic ritual roam the colony, only to vanish as soon as the sun rises. More and more of Stock’s deformed victims reveal themselves each day, straining the colony’s ability to care for them to a breaking point. And worst of all, there is a traitor in their midsts, a brilliant Paragon pilot whose skills are enhanced by supernatural forces. They claim they’ll bring back peace to Plenty, so long as they return to the ruthless regime of Southern Robotics.
Alex the librarian brings her Mosiac Blue Paragon to battle once again, not knowing that the secrets to Plenty’s salvation lie not on the battlefield, but somehow, in the book she’s adored since she was a little girl.
The second installment in the Science and Sorcery series once again features thrilling combat between mecha robots, political intrigue, and demonic forces waiting to reveal themselves.