Commanding the Red Lotus

Cover Commanding Red Lotus
Cover art by Enggar

From R.J. Sullivan…

Commanding the Red Lotus
Collecting the first three tales of the Red Lotus Series.

This title is temporarily between publishers. As a result, it’s not available in several formats, New editions will return very soon. Watch for updated links. Out of print books can be ordered directly from me using the bottom link.

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Money Can’t Buy Respect

Sayuri Arai, privileged daughter of a corporate mogul, abandons a promising career to find her own path. She invests in a broken-down asteroid mining ship and steps in as the commander of its crew. Every day presents a new challenge just to keep her ship from falling apart and the bitter crew from killing each other. Can Sayuri unite the feuding factions, or will her rivals turn the entire complement against her? Commanding the Red Lotus offers a classic sense of wonder for today’s science fiction readers.

Commanding the Red lotus includes the previously released ebook novelettes:
Fate of the Red Lotus*
Red Lotus: Innocence Lost
Plus the brand-new novella Mutiny on the Red Lotus

FATE OF THE RED LOTUS COVER

*Read Novelette 1 FREE! (99 cents Nookbook)
Click here to download Novelette 1: Fate of the Red Lotus
Cover by John F. Allen
“Fate of the Red Lotus” comprises the first 45 pages of Commanding the Red Lotus.

Commanding the Red Lotus represents veteran author R.J. Sullivan’s first full-length science fiction novel. Set in the (hopefully) not-so-distant future, Commanding the Red Lotus combines three novellas into a saga I found hard to put down. Sullivan creates a universe that fans of Firefly and other dystopian space adventures will love. I hope he will continue to expand and embellish this series. Two thumbs up!”

~ Chris Kennedy,  Author of the bestselling “Theogony” scifi trilogy

 

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