About the Book

Original Publication Date: July 01, 2014

Setting: Ichidian Universe

The war is on…

Counted among the fiercest Andarion warriors ever born, Hauk is one of the five founding members of the Sentella- an organization that has declared war on the League that rules the Ichidian universe with an iron fist and terrifies it with an army of well-trained assassins. Hauk’s enemies are legion, but he fears nothing and no one. He will do whatever it takes to survive and protect his Sentella brethren.

Sumi Antaxas is one of the best assassins the League has ever trained. In her world, failure is not an option and she has never met a target she couldn’t execute. So when she’s assigned Hauk, she believes it’ll be a quick and easy mission.

But nothing is ever as simple as it seems, and Hauk is far...

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The Hero: Hauk

With a dark past he never speaks about and tries not to remember, Hauk has little patience for anyone, especially humans. He is honorable and loyal to a fault. Most of all, he's Andarion, through and through. Quick-tempered and highly intelligent, he can crack any system. But he does have a strange fear of explosives... He came into the Sentella because of Nykyrian- he owes him his life and there's nothing he wouldn't do for him. Even...

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The Heroine: Sumi

Sumi never speaks about her past. She believes what's done is done and now it's killing time. She seldom speaks to anyone. Her dream life is one where she's the sole survivor on a remote planet everyone thinks is contaminated. If she could, she'd never interact with people. Her best friends are her blaster and her dagger. Her bitterness was bought for a steep price and she didn't become an assassin by choice. She virulently hates the entire...

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  • Jullien

  • Adron

  • Maris

  • Nero

  • Nykyrian

  • Shahara

  • Sway

  • Syn

  • Taryn Quiakides

  • Thia

  • Tiernan

  • VIK I

  • Zarina

  • Zarya

  • Caillen

  • Chayden

  • Dare

  • Darling

  • Desideria

  • Devyn

  • Fain

  • Hauk

  • Jayce

  • Jayne

  • Kalea

  • Kasen

  • Kiara

  • Drakari

  • Ryn

  • Kyr

  • Saf

  • Sumi

  • Ture

  • (A)SK Sherrilyn

  • Darice

  • Terek

  • Bastien

  • Cezar

  • Cairistiona

  • Aros

  • Galene

  • Venik

  • Keris

  • Hadrian

  • Kirren

  • Dagger

  • Eriadne

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Hear it from the Fans

Can someone PLEASE tell me what in the nine systems the time (years/months/days) difference is for Andarions?? So.. Talyn is a fully blooded Andarion, if he is 20 Andarion years old, how old is he in "Human years?" Does the timeframe differ if someone, let's say a Qill, is on Andaria b/c she isn't Andarion? If anyone out there could help me out I would be VERY grateful! It's driving me bananas trying to figure out what a typical Andarian week is, etc, etc, etc.. Thank You in advance!

PinkDOOM, September 3, 2016

    Human years aren't human "years." They don't have a calendar system like we do because they aren't from a single planet. Each and every planet would have its own calendar year. Every culture would have its own system. Years are defined by how long it takes a planet to journey around its sun and a day is defined by how long a planet rotates. So time varies greatly planet to planet. They do have a Universal Calendar and Universal Time, but it's not a human calendar and it's complicated because they're not in the same galaxies or solar systems. Sherri has calendars posted on the Pinterest page. But again, it changes on every world and every species. So the "age" she gives you in the book is what they'd be comparable to in human years and how they appear to each other, but she explains in the books that time varies culture to culture, planet to planet.

    Carl, MB Staff, September 5, 2016

I am really curious. How was Sumi able to locate Hauk on Oksana when she didn't know anything about, or have access to the tracking device?

Jilana Conaway, August 9, 2016

    As is stated several times in the books, the League has a spy among the Sentella. Everyone also knew that Dari was going for his Endurance and that the Hauk family makes the same pilgrimage to the same place on Oksana, generation after generation and have for centuries. It's tradition. It's the same mountain Dancer was almost killed on and that Keris died on and it's where Fain went for his Endurance. Kyr, having trained both Hauk and Nyk in the League, knew that, which is why he had Sumi go there to begin with and why she had a map. And all that is stated in Born of Fury.

    Carl, MB Staff, August 10, 2016

I have the paperback edition of this book and it has 564 pages but I noticed that the hardcover edition has a lot more pages. Why is that? Is the story shortened in my edition? Thank you in advance.

Marcia, August 3, 2016

    Nothing was removed. Each and every format and version has a different page count. Just as the same document will have a different page count if you use a different PC or printer to print it out. It's a question of format. Lines per page, margin, font size, etc. It's why page count is irrelevant and why publishers use word counts when requesting manuscripts (as well as teachers and schools when asking for papers).

    Carl, MB Staff, August 7, 2016

I LOVE Andarions and Dancer Hauk is my favourite! LOVE! I cannot get enough of this series. . It just makes me want to continue writing even more (when I'm not reading!) Thank you, Sherrilyn, for taking me to a whole new universe I never could have dreamed of!

Elisha Paul, June 28, 2016

Guys this book got me hooked. Finished this book in four days. This book is lit lit lit.

Maureen Kalio, January 28, 2016

Why does it state this boom comes next after fire and ice in the book when it states born of shadows comes next on your website?

desirea Waggoner, December 30, 2015

    Publishers don't list books from other publishers in their books. They only list their own titles. League has had a total of 6 different publishers. The only complete list of the correct reading order is on this site.

    Carl, MB Staff, December 30, 2015