•Available: 1st December 2013
•Published by: K & L Publishing
•Formats: Paperback, eBook
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The White Wolf and The Darkness

One thousand years from now, magic is the fuel that has propelled humanity through the stars. After a long and hard road, most of humanity has achieved peace, prosperity and freedom. The Covenant of Earth Nations, Earth’s governing body, has spread out through the arm of Orion and beyond.

Gubernatis deftly combines science fiction and supernatural into one captivating story: one part Star Trek and one part Dresden Files.
James P

Magic runs everything from the large starships that ferry people through the void of space to the smallest of hand-held lights. Aliens are a regular part of life, along with demonic spiritual entities, ghosts and robots.

Space marine armor with magical runes and summoning demons on the deck of a space station seem completely normal in this world.
Sean Rourke

The Covenant Of Earth Nations, Earth’s governing body, has lost contact with a deep space research station orbiting a black hole known as the Dark Star. COEN has sent a team of specialist commandos to discover the reason for this communications blackout.

Along with these specialists, they send a young magician, Asala — a practitioner of ritualism fresh out of her studies at the School of Magic and Spiritual Comprehension. She and her commandos are prepared for any situation involving entities both supernatural and mundane. At least they think they are. Little do the COEN Corps commandos and their magician know that what awaits them aboard the Dark Star is far beyond anything ever experienced.

It is a rare gem to find a story where neither the character I connect with or the bad guy makes obviously stupid decisions.
Scott Reimers

A presence waits in the shadows, hungry and curious. Can Asala confront this terror and keep her commandos alive, or will she and all those in her charge fall victim to….The Darkness?

And as a fan of Scifi and fantasy, I loved the combination of both in one book. I was surprised how much the book grew on me and now that I am finished…I want more!!
Ange Joshi

It is a time of wonder.  It is an age of magic.  It is the Galaxy of Soul Star.

Join the adventure.