Unlikely Hero by Sian B. Claven
Unlike any space adventure you’ve ever been on before.
Jasy is a Spacehiker, an illegal traveller traipsing across the civilised universe, and she wants nothing more than to make her way here and there on her own. Befriended by a spaceport bar owner, she is enticed with a payout she can’t ignore to escort two strangers to Dark Space. Little does she know that his is the start of an adventure she is not sure she is ready to have. With Markus and Zara in tow, Jasy must spacehike through galaxies and across planets, all the while evading the nefarious guards and pirates that are out for their blood. Will Jasy’s quick wits and vast space knowledge be enough to get them to safety?
Born in South Africa, in the heart of Johannesburg, Sian Claven grew up with a vivid imagination. When she wasn't immersing herself in books, she was actively creating her own stories.
At 29 years old, left to her own devices after her sister immigrated, Sian, wrote her first horror book Ensnared and dared to publish it under the guidance of indie authors Toni Cox and Ashleigh Giannaccaro.
Now she has released more than ten books including a thriller and sci-fi fantasy.
In 2019, Sian took up the challenge of publishing 11 books in 11 months.
Sian came second place in the First Annual Indie Awards for Favourite African Author.
Sian's book, Sylvana, the final book in her Butcher series, made the Amazon top 100 best sellers list in several categories across three countries.
In 2020 Sian reached International Best Seller status with her story Shh... as part of the Soul's Day box set and her story Neutral Ground with the Possessed by Passion box set.
In her spare time, Sian is an avid Harry Potter fan, pop collector and Bingo addict. She resides in Johannesburg with her 2 best friends, their 6 dogs and 2 cats.
1/2/2021 06:15:36 pm
I WANTTTTT THIA BOOK!
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