Messiah's Shard

By Mark W. Bonnett

Action & adventure | Paperback, eBook


The great evil is returning, and one soul must rise... John Harley never thought he'd be the one who'd have to save the universe; exactly how can one little man from the world's most insular village, a man not even brave enough to tell the woman he loves that he does, in fact, love her, be expected to save everyone, and everything, from a fate where they'd wish they were merely dead? So many questions vie for attention in his mind, as he faces up to a galaxy that's bigger, and scarier, than he could have ever imagined. Why can he feel what other people feel? Why is an Egyptian goddess completely fixated on him? Why is there a nagging feeling, in his head, that he's not a complete person? Who are those blue people, and why are their knees on backwards? And why are the yellow eyes, the ones that haunt his dreams, and whose voice calls out to those poor souls unlucky enough to hear, so intent on turning the galaxy into a perfect reproduction of hell?


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The great evil is returning, and one soul must rise... John Harley never thought he'd be the one who'd have to save the universe; exactly how can one little man from the world's most insular village, a man not even brave enough to tell the woman he loves that he does, in fact, love her, be expected to save everyone, and everything, from a fate where they'd wish they were merely dead? So many questions vie for attention in his mind, as he faces up to a galaxy that's bigger, and scarier, than he could have ever imagined. Why can he feel what other people feel? Why is an Egyptian goddess completely fixated on him? Why is there a nagging feeling, in his head, that he's not a complete person? Who are those blue people, and why are their knees on backwards? And why are the yellow eyes, ...


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Mark W. Bonnett is a rapidly greying science fiction and fantasy author, hailing from the distressingly flat bit of Britain. He was born in the heady days of the late 70s. Presumably his mum and dad took some part in the process, somehow. Having written since he was a wee nipper, he embarked on his first published mega-project, the ongoing and growing Cynos Union series, a project that's both a love letter to, and a reimagining of, the space opera stories in which he absorbed himself while growing up. Throughout his whole life, Mark knew he wanted to write; he wanted to tell stories, to reach into people's heads, and let them experience the vastness and wonder of the universe in the same way that he experiences it. Armed only with a media degree he's never found a use for and a keyboard that he's convinced is becoming self-aware, his mission is to bring you all along into his huge, weird, and often twisted universe. Inspired by the greats of science fiction history, by shape-changing robot toys, and by 80s rock/metal (and pretty much everything else from the 80s, for that matter), Mark W. Bonnett's mind never rests as it makes up tall tales still to come within The Cynos Union. Mark often says that writing is like playing god in his own personal universe, albeit without any real responsibility over actual people. He fervently believes this is probably for the best.


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Mark W. Bonnett is a rapidly greying science fiction and fantasy author, hailing from the distressingly flat bit of Britain. He was born in the heady days of the late 70s. Presumably his mum and dad took some part in the process, somehow. Having written since he was a wee nipper, he embarked on his first published mega-project, the ongoing and growing Cynos Union series, a project that's...


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