It’s here! It’s time! It’s cover reveal day for Jati’s Wager, book two in the Wind Tide series by Jonathan Nevair. (Check out my 4.5 star review of book one here.) Look for others celebrating this reveal today across social media and on your favourite bookish blogs, and you’d better believe I’m signing up for the review tour when that goes out! #jatiswager #windtide #readindie #storytellersontour | Storytellers on Tour
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About the Book
Wind Tide Book Two
by Jonathan Nevair
Publishing 18 August 2021
Shadow Spark Publishing
Cover art: Zishan Liu
Cover design: Jessica Moon
Genre: Science Fiction, Space Opera, LGBTQIA+
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A space opera heist brimming with action, twists, and turns that doubles as a story of personal growth, mentorship, and sacrifice.
Ailo is a streetwise teen surviving alone on the remote moonbase, Tarkassi 9. She wants nothing more than to flee into the wider world of the Arm. When her chance arrives, she makes it no farther than the first ship out of the system. That’s where Jati, the Patent War veteran and general fighting the Monopolies gives her a second chance. It’s an unlikely partnership, but Ailo’s rogue status is just what Jati’s People’s Army needs to drive the final spike of victory into a weakening Garissian Council.
A team of experts assembles and hope rests on Ailo’s skill, stealth, and tenacity to pull off the impossible. It’s a wild gambit, and a moral code may need to be bent, or broken, to achieve success. When an internal shadow rises, casting doubt on their plans, Ailo and Jati are forced to weigh the cost of revenge against honor and justice.
Jati’s Wager: a space opera inspired by the Greek myths of the Trojan War.
About the Author
Jonathan Nevair is a science fiction writer and, as Dr. Jonathan Wallis, an art historian and Professor of Art History at Moore College of Art & Design, Philadelphia. After two decades of academic teaching and publishing, he finally got up the nerve to write fiction. Jonathan grew up on Long Island, NY but now resides in southeast Pennsylvania with his wife and rambunctious mountain feist, Cricket.
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