A sequel of sorts to The Racetrack Chronicle, my second BSG book, Evaded Cadence, was released in December 2019 and is available free, in all major eBook formats, right now, here.
Here’s the blurb:
All is not well in the worlds.
On April 15, 2,000 years After the Exodus, the Cylons will return to visit a terrible revenge on humanity. But as the year begins on Caprica, no one in the Twelve Worlds knows that.
Nothing is what it seems in Evaded Cadence, a fast-paced political thriller that ranges across the Colonies following the intersecting lives of six people at the top of Colonial civilization. Presidential candidates Lucas Volakis and Connie Haiden want to succeed Richard Adar as President and break away from ‘politics as usual’; Adar staffers Frances Innes and Carolyn Culverson deal with the fallout as the administration begins to unravel under pressure; Admiral Edward Nagala is desperate to rescue the Colonial military from dovish and cost-conscious politicians; and journalist Jennifer Welles-Forsyth uncovers a shocking plot at the heart of Colonial government. All will find their worlds shaken when an unexpected disaster derails everyone’s plans
The Racetrack Chronicle sketched a vast and ambitious vision of the worlds around Battlestar Galactica and Caprica. Here, in Evaded Cadence, it plays out on the largest possible stage.