Sunday, September 2, 2018

Lucifer's Star Book Bub sale: 99 cent ebook!


Hey, LUCIFER'S STAR which is a dark space opera with proton swords, rebelling robots, starfighter battles, treachery, lies, and politics. I hope people will check it out. It's been called an R-rated Star Wars and I certainly agree. For this week only, it's available for 99c. You won't find a better deal for a massive epic!

BookBub Sale Page

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.

LUCIFER'S STAR is the first novel of the Lucifer's Star series, a dark science fiction space opera set in a world of aliens, war, politics, and slavery.


"If you're into big intergalactic epics where your heroes are just as sharp with the banter as they are their guns (in the spirit of Han Solo) this is for you." - Kenny Soward, author of Galefire and GnomeSaga

"C.T. Phipps knocks it out of the universe with his sci-fi debut." - Tim Marquitz, author of Demon Squad, The Blood War Trilogy, and Excalibur

"LUCIFER'S STAR is a space-going romp through the star-speckled back streets (on several worlds), and I'm actually quite looking forward to more novels in this series, and this universe." - Shawn P. Durnin, author of Keep Your Crowbar Handy

"The plot is very complex, with many twists and turns, betrayals, double and even triple crosses. It seemed everyone in the book had at least one secret, and many of the characters had multiple secrets. As always, even when dealing with very dark subject matter, CT Phipps manages to inject some humor and snark into the proceedings, keeping this from turning into Grimdark Game of Thrones in space." - Steve Caldwell, author of The Bookwyrm Speaks

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