Icarus: Taylor Neeran Chronicles #4

by J. J. Mathews

Book Cover: Icarus: Taylor Neeran Chronicles #4
Editions:Paperback: $ 21.99
ISBN: 9780995103498
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 in
Pages: 425
ePub: $ 4.99
ISBN: 9780995136403
Pages: 425

A.D. 3487

Taylor Neeran, Star-Killer.

That’s what she was being called throughout the Xathen dominion. Turn the minor star of the Franath binary system into a black hole, and they gave her that title. She was famous, infamous, whatever. It’s not like it was a handful of stars, one star wasn’t that many, the galaxy has billions of them.

But sometimes it was the smallest of actions that got the most attention. One star to save a hundred unsuspecting worlds and a trillion lives, in some ways it was more than a fair trade.

It wasn’t her fault the minor sun had failed to complete its transformation into a black hole. Instead, it had become a neutron star, a pulsar, spraying death across the Franath system.

Franath was now spoken in whispers or not at all, as if the word itself was cursed.

But she was going to fix it.

In order to save eight billion souls, Taylor Neeran, Star-Killer and Spirit-Mother of Aeden was going to tame a star.

Or die trying.

Of course, not actually die, that would help nobody. But she was going to try really, really hard…

Published:
Publisher: Mouse Moon Press
Genres:
Excerpt:
Reviews:Karen Sampson on GoodReads wrote:

Fast paced action and excitement in book 4

This 4th installment of Taylor Neeran Chronicles I found myself hanging on edge of seat wandering if it will have a chance to even come to a conclusion. One thing after another happens to poor Taylor based on her previous actions the consequences are harsh and at times seemed unforgiving! Excellent story can’t wait to read the next installment of the Taylor Neeran Chronicles!!

Byron Nelson on Amazon wrote:

Another very enjoyable book in these chronicles. This book delivers the same great characters that the reader has loved with new stories. Once you start reading, it is difficult to put down.

The writer does a great job of making the reader feel immersed in a different world.


About the Author


Other Books By J. J. Mathews

Back to Top