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Lara Kavarin has always been able to travel the void between the worlds. She’s a rare person born with the innate ability to pilot a ship through that kaleidoscopic realm, where time is inconsistent and physical distance doesn’t exist. And right now, she’s the only person who can.
All the others have been murdered.
When Lara returns from another tour of scavenging back-worlds for lost artifacts, she plans to unload the goods and spend a few days relaxing with her close-knit crew. Instead, she’s rounded up by the Coalition, the worlds’ authoritarian governing body, and told that their problems are now her problems.
Apparently, one of the Coalition’s captains, Amerlaine Silver, has gone rogue. She stole a ship and slaughtered the other void pilots—all of them—leaving Lara as the only person who can give chase. If Lara doesn’t, Amerlaine is going to open the void to the worlds, unleashing immortal, eldritch monsters and time-warps that lock victims in perpetual loops.
Lara has never held a gun before, much less battled a homicidal fanatic, and she knows the Coalition is keeping secrets. But Amerlaine needs to be stopped. And Lara has less than three days to do it.
OUROBOROS is a 105,000-word science fantasy that will appeal to fans of Jim Butcher’s The Aeronaut’s Windlass. Thank you for your time and consideration.