Series: Beyond the Wall

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The Heretic (Beyond the Wall, Book 1) by Lucas BaleBook 1
Defiance (Beyond the Wall, Book 2) by Lucas BaleBook 2
Beyond the Wall, Books One & Two by Lucas Bale1-2 omnibus
A Shroud of Night and Tears (Beyond the Wall, #3) by Lucas BaleBook 3
Atonement: A Beyond the Wall Novella (Beyond the Wall, #3.5) by Lucas Bale3.5

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Series description

Earth is gone. 

Centuries have passed since the First Cataclysm ended life on the blue planet. Humanity’s survivors are now dispersed among distant colonies, thousands of light years from the barren, frozen rock that was once their home.

A new Republic has formed – one in which freedom no longer exists. In return for the protection of the Consulate Magistratus, citizens must concede their rights absolutely. The Magistratus controls interstellar travel, access to technology – even procreation. Every citizen is implanted with a device to monitor location, health and nutrition, and emotion. Perhaps more. Organised religion is forbidden. All crime is punished by banishment or a lifetime of penal servitude aboard the Kolyma prison fleet.

Humanity’s true history survives only in whispers of a secret archive. Yet there are those who preach a new religion and who want to be free. 

A revolution is coming and the war to control humanity’s future is about to begin.

Beyond the Wall is an epic, hard-science fiction space opera. Some readers have said that fans of Firefly will love it, and Firefly inspired me to write it. It is a series which looks at what it takes to keep humanity alive following our near destruction – how far a government should go to protect a species’ future. What it means to be human.

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