Ancestral Machines
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Ancestral Machines

by Michael Cobley
Release date: January 14, 2016
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fictionspace opera

A new standalone epic space opera, set in the same world as the Humanity's Fire trilogy.

It was named Bringer of Battles, three hundred worlds orbiting a single artificial star, three hundred battlefields where different species vie for mastery and triumph. It is a cage where war is a game, brutal, savage and sudden. In this arena, all must bend the knee to the Lords of Permutation (and the ancient sentient weapons with which they have merged) or suffer indescribable agonies.

Trapped in this draconian crucible of death Brannan Pyke, captain and smuggler, must find a way to fight his way to freedom.

Because in the Bringer of Battles the game of war is played to the death - and beyond.

(updated 2017-01-16)

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