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Goodbye to the Sun

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-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.


Jonathan Nevair has created a powerhouse debut novel.

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

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Book #1 WIND TIDE series

A space opera inspired by the Greek tragedy, Antigone.

A rebel pilot teams up with a war-torn diplomat in a bid to win her people's freedom — but an impossible choice awaits... 

Tucked away in the remote dunes of Kol 2, the Motes are on the brink of cultural collapse. Razor, a bold and daring 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 her people's independence in the Sagittarius Arm. But when the operation unravels, Razor is forced to renegotiate terms with the arrogant diplomat.

Light years away on Heroon a radical resistance blossoms. The alluring rainforest planet haunts Keen. All his problems started there during the Patent War, but it's where Razor's troubles may find a solution. The moral tide ebbs, exposing an impossible choice that links their futures together more tragically than they ever thought possible.


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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