Synopses & Reviews
Jane Carver is nobody's idea of a space princess.
A hard-ridin', hard-lovin' biker chick and ex-Airborne Ranger, Jane is as surprised as anyone else when, on the run from the law, she ducks into the wrong cave at the wrong time-and wakes up butt-naked on an exotic alien planet light-years away from everything she's ever known.
Waar is a savage world of four-armed tiger-men, sky-pirates, slaves, gladiators, and purple-skinned warriors in thrall to a bloodthirsty code of honor and chivalry. Caught up in a disgraced nobleman's quest to win back the hand of a sexy alien princess, Jane encounters bizarre wonders and dangers unlike anything she ever ran into back home.
Then again, Waar has never seen anyone like Jane before…
Both a loving tribute and scathing parody of the swashbuckling space fantasies of yore, Jane Carver of Waar introduces an unforgettable new science fiction heroine.
Jane's having a bad day. On the run from the cops after accidentally killing a pervert outside her favorite biker bar, she first had to ditch her beloved Harley in a swimming pool, and then the weird, glowing gadget she found in the cave in which she decided to hide appears to have transported her to another planet... a planet with a Tidy Bowl-blue sky, a fat orange sun, and bizarre blue shrubbery. A planet where Jane encounters a gang of nearly naked purple men in gold cloaks beating the crap out of a bunch of other nearly naked purple men in red cloaks. A planet rife with slavery, feudalism, monsters, pirates, and priests. What's a biker girl to do in a strange, savage land? Kick a little ass, of course From Nathan Long, author of the Warhammer novels Orcslayer, Tainted Blood, and Bloodborn, comes Jane Carver of Waar, a pulpy adventure with a very contemporary heroine.