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Sungrazer (Outriders #2)

Jay Posey

Mass Market

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Embark on a high-stakes military sci-fi adventure as the Outriders’ team of cloned super-warriors try to deescalate the conflict between Earth and Mars
In a new Cold War between Earth and the colonies on Mars, when devastating weapons go missing, there’s only one team you can call: the Outriders. A crack force of highly specialized super-soldiers, their clone bodies are near-immortal.
When a fully autonomous vessel with orbital strike capabilities goes missing, it’s up to the Outriders to track the untrackable. But when the trail leads them to the influential Martian People’s Collective Republic, the operation gets a lot more complicated . . .

Praise For Sungrazer (Outriders #2)

“This kinetic space thriller is gripping.”

“Exciting and brilliant . . . This is the best military SF series I have read.”
A Book Drunkard

“Fans of series like The Expanse should eat this up, as well as those already familiar with the series.”
Just A Guy That Likes To Read

“This enjoyable military science fiction adventure about a crack black ops outfit that gets to do all the ‘mission impossible’ jobs, assisted by some scarily effective technical toys, is smoothly written with a nicely twisty plot.”

“Enjoyable, action-packed, and readable.”
Reading Glutton

“This is why I read sci-fi books.”
Purple Owl Reviews

“Intense action sequences and Machiavellian intrigue.”
Strange Alliances

“This is Bond for the modern age and with an ensemble cast.”
Online Eccentric Librarian

“The plot is nail biting.”
Strange Allances

“This military science fiction adventure once more hooked me in with yet another enthralling plot in a story where the stakes aren’t just cities or countries sucked into war and devastation, but planets.”
SF Reader

Angry Robot, 9780857666949, 448pp.

Publication Date: July 4, 2017

About the Author

Jay Posey is a narrative designer, author, and screenwriter by trade. He started working in the video game industry in 1998, and has been writing professionally for over a decade. He’s spent around eight years writing and designing for Tom Clancy’s award-winning Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six franchises. Jay has lectured at conferences, colleges, and universities, on topics ranging from basic creative writing skills to advanced material specific to the video game industry.

Author hometown: Durham, North Carolina