Meridian’s Divide is the introductory look,
a first glimpse into The Wayward And The Wicked Universe.
Thayden, a First Generation Operative of the Colonial Armed Forces, is brought face to face with uncertainty from the moment he is awoken from hypersleep. Stepping out of the submersion pod and into an unfamiliar situation, he is greeted by Captain Harding. A mysterious Navigator pilot who takes protocol, procedure and safety measures.. the entire manual and throws it out in the wash. It quickly becomes apparent that the circumstances surrounding his release are questionable at best.
Harding and his band of hired help, unwittingly release nine of the most dangerous creatures ever created. Assigned to seek out a single elusive target: a Third Generation Operative named Arabi. Their only rule of engagement: eliminate any threat. Their only guidance is to be careful not to make too much noise. It's only a matter of time before this reunited motley crew of personalities gets themselves into trouble.. no doubt in the most peculiar of ways possible.
Proceed at your own risk, venture into the mind of a calculating and methodical, cold blooded killer. Thayden has proven himself so destructive that even his own allies are terrified of him. He and his companions are a definitive culmination of a life devoted to a cause that has no means to an end.. only violence. Readers are asked to follow closely as our new found friends battle through unforeseen friction, explore distant worlds and learn a few things about each other along the way.
For Thayden, this journey has him torn between the expectations of his peers, actions required for life/death situations and what little is left of his humanity... If they can keep from killing each other... the ragtag team of Operatives may inadvertently begin to set in motion events that will have unthinkable consequences to the cosmos...
Make no mistake...This is not the story of a hero.
Sometimes the wicked can only be devoured by an even greater evil.