Synopses & Reviews
Far in the future, 60,000 light-years from Earth, a loose confederacy of Terran exiles are locked in battle with the enigmatic Protoss and the ruthless Zerg Swarm. Each species struggles to ensure its own survival among the stars in a war that will herald the beginning of mankind's greatest chapter -- or foretell its violent, bloody end.
Bhekar Ro: a bleak, backwater world on the fringe of the Terran Dominion, where every day is a struggle to survive for its handful of human colonists. It is a veritable wasteland -- one speck of dust among many in the vast, dark sea of space. But when the most violent storm in recent memory unearths an unfathomable alien artifact, Bhekar Ro becomes the greatest prize in the Terran Sector -- the Holy Grail of the Zerg, the Protoss, and Humanity alike -- as forces from the three great powers converge to claim the lost secrets of the most powerful species the universe has ever known.
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An original tale of space warfare novels set in the world of the bestselling computer game!
This second novel based on the bestselling computer game describes the world of Bhekar Ro as a wasteland. When a violent storm unearths an alien artifact, Bhekar Ro becomes the greatest prize in the Terran Sector. Now, forces from the Zerg, the Portoss, and Humanity converge to claim the lost secrets of the most powerful species the universe has ever known.
When a mysterious alien artifact is unearthed on the planet Bhekar Ro, the bleak world becomes the prize as the Zerg, the Protoss, and humankind battle for control of the lost secrets of an ancient civilization.
About the Author
Gabriel Mesta is better known as his alter ego of Kevin J. Anderson. He has over 16 million books in print in 29 languages. Readers are most familiar with his Star Wars and X-Files novels; the Young Jedi Knights series with his wife, Rebecca Moesta; the prequels to Dune with Brian Herbert; and his original SF epic, "The Saga of Seven Suns" -- Hidden Empire, A Forest of Stars, and Horizon Storms (in which "Gabriel Mesta" briefly appears as a fictional character). His previous "fantastic historical" novel, Captain Nemo