For many things in Strorix, the time has come. After the planet-shattering revelations from Queen El’Jyiurma, the system is coming to grips with the true history of the relationship between humans and the Serpentes. Shawn and Melissa, the first human bridge officers in the Strorix Royal Navy, are ready to take their places under the newly minted ship’s captain, Vi’Uku, and their first missions for the system won’t be easy. The time has come for revenge. The Gnevusin destroyed the original palace on Strorix Prime and destroyed Queen El’Jyiurma’s old flagship, and that just won’t do. Strorix has been rebuilding, but has it been enough?
Meanwhile, on Strorix Prime, not all humans are as understanding and ready to listen to the queen’s plans. The Underground, a secret organization of humans, has been studying the Serpentes for decades, and now they have information from the queen to synch up with what they’ve found. What will they do with that information, and will it be the best thing for Strorix?
Conflict in space and on the ground will test the new integration of humans into every part of life for the Serpentes. Are their fangs sharp enough to deal with it?
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Alex Rath is a best-selling Military Science Fiction and Post-Apocalyptic author, currently residing in Columbia, South Carolina, with his wife and daughter.
With works published in the Four Horsemen Universe, This Fallen World, and the Salvage Title universe, Alex has now spread out with his own Colonization Science Fiction with the Terran Space Project, starting with “Seeds of Terra.”
By day, Alex is an IT professional, and has been for 25+ years. He has worked as a programmer/developer, webmaster, information security specialist, and solutions design specialist. This background allows him to incorporate some technical savvy into his stories, while his experience interacting with non-technical customers allows him to do so in a way that isn’t confusing, or ‘too technical’ for a layperson to understand.