No Gods In My Galaxy (A Ryan Raines Thriller) by Kevin Treaccar is a mix of mystery, spy, thriller, suspense, espionage, and science fiction. No Gods In My Galaxy is best suited to an audience made up of young adults and adults who enjoy spy and science fiction books/TV shows/movies. Follow Agent Ryan Raines as he begins his investigation into missing Agent Harley WahNoohi. The story takes place in a universe that has been at peace for 15 years, where the Authority has been rooted out and the peace is kept by the Alliance. Yet when that peace is jeopardized, the state of the peace is left in the hands of Agent Ryan Raines.
Move over Captain Kirk, James Bond, and Anakin Skywalker, there is a new science fiction hero in town and his name is Agent Ryan Raines. No Gods In My Galaxy has elements from a James Bond spy novel, a Star Trek science fiction feel, and Star Wars-worthy scenes. No Gods In My Galaxy started off with a steady plot pace, only to speed up once the action got going. I personally found the book to be well written with a well thought out plot, amazing spy moments, realistic dialogue, great attention to setting details, and main characters that just pull you straight into their lives.