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Frank Chadwick is the New York Times number one best-selling author of the Desert Shield Fact Book as well as over two hundred books, articles, and columns on military history and military affairs, and over one hundred military and science fiction board and role-playing games. He currently writes science fiction nearly full time and is the author of several science fiction novels from Baen Books. His game Space: 1889 was the first steampunk roleplaying game and remains a cult favorite. He currently resides in Illinois and teaches continuing education courses in writing and military history.


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How Dark the World Becomes: Who doesn’t love a good-hearted gangster?

How Dark the World Becomes by Frank Chadwick

Sasha Naradnyo is a mid-level gangster in “Crack City,” a city literally inside a large canyon on the surface of a planet called Peezgtaan that’s mostly inhabited by the Varoki, a sentient lizard-like species. The smaller population of humans, second-class citizens on Peezgtaan, have been ghettoized to Crack City, the only place on the planet where they can breathe the air. They came to Peezgtaan to work for a pharmaceutical company that later went bust, and now they’re stuck on the hostile planet.

Sasha’s got a good heart,


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Come the Revolution: Sasha makes a great protagonist

Come the Revolution by Frank Chadwick

Come the Revolution (2015) is the sequel to Frank Chadwick’s How Dark the World Becomes (which you’ll want to read first).

Sasha Naradnyo survived the events of the previous book, but just barely. One of our favorite characters, however, did not survive. Now it’s a few years later. Sasha is the head of security for Tweezaa, the Varoki girl he was protecting in How Dark the World Becomes.


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