Title: Shadows Bear No Names
Series: The Blackened Prophecy Book 1
Format: eBook, paperback
First Published: February 16th, 2016
Shadows Bear No Names
(The Blackened Prophecy Book 1)
It was supposed to be a simple job for Ray and his crew. Deliver the fuel tanks to planet Bunari, and he and the crew can look forward to a well-earned break. No part of the contract suggested an intruder assaulting the bridge, causing the ship to crash into the planet’s capital, killing a hundred thousand of its inhabitants.
Ray chose this line of work to escape from life’s responsibilities. Now, he is awaiting execution in a dark Bunari prison. As if his problems are not dire enough, a mysterious figure instead of the executioner stands before him in his cold cell, warning Ray of an ancient prophecy that promises the apocalypse if he doesn’t rise to the challenge. All Ray can do is curse at his luck.
Ray needs to prove his innocence, not be a part of some mad prophecy. He neither believes it nor is he ready for such an undertaking.
None of that matters, for if Ray doesn’t accept his fate, the apparition promises the end of the human race.
Shadows Bear No Names is the first book in The Blackened Prophecy trilogy.
Get your copy now and join Ray in his search for answers as he battles against daunting odds.
What Readers are Saying:
★★★★★ “This is one of those page-turners that will cost the reader a few hours of sleep as the reader will most definitely start thinking of casting actors and looking for ways to secure rights for a film adaptation.” – Kutluhan
★★★★★ “This work can easily find a place among the common fiction/fantasy books. A five star is well deserved for this first work of the author. Care to spend some time among humongous dreadnoughts?” – A reader like you
★★★★★ “I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. Canatan manages to create a new sci-fi universe without drowning the reader in detail. I not only had trouble putting it down but I also now have this savage need to read the second one. A magnificent foray. Highly recommended” – F. Senol
★★★★★ “A true space opera but with enough intrigues and secrecy to keep my attention. The somewhat undercooled humor adds to the joy of getting to know the characters.” – Dries