Prepare to be swept away this Saturday (15th October) with an absolute steal from BookBub:  Adam Rakunas‘ exotic science fiction filled with humour and heart, Windswept is at a knockdown price on both sides of the Atlantic!

Seize it from BookBub or direct from your digital dealer below!

Windswept by Adam RakunasNeed more encouragement? Well, Mark Teppo, author of Earth Thirst and co-author of The Mongoliad said: “Lush and exotic, Rakunas’s Windswept is like the booze that powers his world: a delightful cask aged añejo rum that keeps revealing greater complexity and depth the more time you spend with it. I didn’t realize I had been lacking rum-running space opera in my life, but after Windswept, I definitely have a thirst for more.”

Here’s the synopsis:

Padma Mehta has to save her city, her planet, and Occupied Space from a devastating crop-killing plague — all before Happy Hour.

Labor organizer Padma Mehta is on the edge of space and the edge of burnout. All she wants is to buy out a little rum distillery and retire, but she’s supposed to recruit 500 people to the Union before she can. She’s only thirty-three short. So when a small-time con artist tells her about forty people ready to tumble down the space elevator to break free from her old bosses, she checks it out — against her better judgment. It turns out, of course, it was all lies.

As Padma should know by now, there are no easy shortcuts on her planet. And suddenly retirement seems farther away than ever: she’s just stumbled into a secret corporate mission to stop a plant disease that could wipe out all the industrial sugarcane in Occupied Space. If she ever wants to have another drink of her favorite rum, she’s going to have to fight her way through the city’s warehouses, sewage plants, and up the elevator itself to stop this new plague.


It’s only available on 15th October (though it might be worth checking sooner, *huge wink*), so get it while you can. Seek it out all all of your usual digital vendors!

 

 

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  1. FYI: Your amazon.com link goes to a page saying the item isn’t available for sale…

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