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Goodbye to the Sun


-Michael Mammay, author of the PLANETSIDE series

GOODBYE TO THE SUN is an excellent debut novel set in a unique, compelling universe filled with complex politics and relationships. The action scenes explode off the page.

Goodbye to the Sun Jonathan Nevair

Jonathan Nevair has created a powerhouse debut novel.

-T.A. Bruno, author of the KAMARIA series

Book #1 WIND TIDE series

A space opera inspired by the Greek tragedy, Antigone.

A daring rebel pilot. A lost soul pursued by an infamous bounty hunter. One impossible moral choice...

On a lone wind-shaped planet, the Motes are on the brink. Razor, a bold and fearless pilot, leads a last-ditch gambit against their local oppressors, the Targitians.

The plan - abduct visiting Ambassador Keen Draden and use him as a bargaining chip to restore Mote independence on Kol-2. But when the operation unravels, Razor is forced to renegotiate terms with the arrogant diplomat.

Racing the planet's raging wind tides, the two struggle to maintain a fragile pact. But Keen's dubious past rises and the Mote's resolve falters. Opportunity and obligation clash in a confrontation over honor, family, and revenge that binds their futures more tragically than they ever thought possible.

GOODBYE TO THE SUN: a galaxy-spanning adventure where characters must face down their worst enemies - themselves.


Book Blogger Reviews

A fresh sci-fi for the modern era that successfully balances serious themes with exciting space opera.

-Spells and Spaceships

Goodbye to the Sun is a scifi poker match between two excellent players.


-Paul's Picks


Goodbye to the Sun is space opera done right, plain and simple!

-Westveil Publishing

In Goodbye to the Sun, Nevair writes an engaging, smart, fast-paced space opera with brilliant character development. 


-Cassidee Lanstra, Fanfiaddict

Nevair beautifully crafted human insight and moral food for thought into his writing, without weighing down the overall story and action.

- Scarlett Readz & Runz

Nevair's writing is consistently poetic.



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