It’s been no secret I wasn’t very happy with the original cover of LUCIFER’S STAR, my “dark space opera” which chronicles the eternal question of what exactly happens to the mooks of your stereotypical evil galactic empire when they get overthrown. Well, if the story was a gritty war movie’s aftermath versus a tale of good versus evil.
I think the new cover, by Alex Raspad, is much-much better, though. Light-years even *rimshot*
But you be the judge.
Cassius Mass was the greatest star pilot of the Crius Archduchy. He fought fiercely for his cause, only to watch his nation fall to the Interstellar Commonwealth. It was only after that he realized the side he’d been fighting for was the wrong one. Now a semi-functional navigator on an interstellar freight hauler, he tries to hide who he was and escape his past. Unfortunately, some things refuse to stay buried and he ends up conscripted by the very people who destroyed his homeland.
The new cover is perfectly timed for the release of the paperback and audiobook version!