Lost in the depths of space . . . No contact with civilisation . . . no way home . . . what would you do?
We’re very proud to present the cover for a gripping new science fiction novel we have coming in June 2018:
Rob Boffard’s ADRIFT is a tale of survival against all odds in the depths of space.
We just love the premise of this: An unsuspecting group of space tourists have their short pleasure trip turn into a nightmare – when they find themselves the only survivors of a devastating attack, drifting in space, with no way home and a terrorist ship on their tail . . .
This is pulse-pounding stuff, and it’s already getting some brilliant reactions from a whole host of science fiction authors:
‘AN EDGE-OF-THE-SEAT EPIC OF SURVIVAL AND ADVENTURE IN DEEP SPACE’ Gareth L. Powell, the BSFA award-winning author of Embers of War
‘A UNIQUE MIX OF THRILLER, SPACE ADVENTURE AND CONSPIRACY NOVEL – HIGHLY RECOMMENDED’ Jamie Sawyer, author of the Lazarus War novels
‘ADRIFT IS RICH IN DEEP CHARACTER-DRIVEN DRAMA, BUILT ON A HIGHLY SUSPENSEFUL PREMISE‘ D. Nolan Clark, author of Forsaken Skies
Sounds pretty cool, huh? Believe us – IT IS.
ADRIFT is perfect for fans of Alastair Reynold’s Revenger, John Scalzi’s The Collapsing Empire, Becky Chamber’s The Long Way to a Small Angry Planet and Adrian Tchaikovksy’ Children of Time.
Read on for the blurb below, and look out for ADRIFT in a galaxy near you in June 2018.
In the far reaches of space, a tour group embarks on what will be the trip of a lifetime – in more ways than one . . .
At Sigma Station, a remote mining facility and luxury hotel in deep space, a group of tourists boards a small vessel to take in the stunning views of the Horsehead Nebula.
But while they’re out there, a mysterious ship with devastating advanced technology attacks the station. Their pilot’s quick thinking means that the tourists escape with their lives – but as the dust settles, they realise they may be the only survivors . . .
Adrift in outer space on a vastly under-equipped ship, they’ve got no experience, no weapons, no contact with civilisation. They are way out of their depth, and if they can’t figure out how to work together, they’re never getting home alive.
Because the ship that destroyed the station is still out there. And it’s looking for them…