"Whether he's writing about Vikings, the Arthurian Court or outer space, Roger Eschbacher immerses his readers in his created world and makes it instantly believable." --Jaq Greenspon, writer, The New Adventures of Robin Hood
"Eschbacher delivers a science fiction adventure with well-constructed characters and perils galore. I'm a sucker for a great villain, and Ghost Star has that in the sinister Mohk. This yarn has pluck and bops along at a delightful pace." --Brian Clopper, author, The Powers That Flee
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"A solid sci-fi tale with heroes you care about, a richly developed alien civilization, and a villain you love to hate." --Keith Robinson, author, Island of Fog
"Adventure, heritage, action, humour--this space opera more than lives up to the name. A thoroughly enjoyable tale by a true master story teller." --Scott Bury, author, The Bones of the Earth
From the Author
Ghost Star is a YA novel of slightly under 52k words.
Q. Tell us about the cover and the inspiration for it.
A. My cover features Galen's spacecraft, the Ghost Star,exiting a wormhole. On the outside, the Ghost Star appears to be a beat-up smuggler's ship, but is that crusty exterior hiding something? Unseen, but lurking nearby, is Mael--a deadly black hole.
Q. This book is part of a series, tell us about your series.
A. I plan on making this a three book series. In the next two books, Galen will discover old allies and new friends -- eventually taking the fight to those responsible for his family's suffering. Wish him luck because he's going to need it.