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Nym has always loved the stars. 

It's in her blood: Nym is a Medyssian, a shapeshifter born with an irresistible wanderlust for the universe's depths. But that was before a ravenous predator called the Shadow drove her kind to near-extinction and her family into hiding--accidentally leaving her behind in the process. Now, she wanders the ether with nothing but a map full of dead ends, desperate to find her way home. 

Aren has always feared the stars. 

He isn't just the youngest member of the Celestial Company--the most skilled crew of mercenaries to ever sail the void--he's the only son of its ruthless captain, drowning in both the weight of her legacy and his secret fear of space itself. And if he can't prove himself a worthy successor soon, he'll be left behind completely. 

When Nym saves Aren from the wreckage of a mission gone wrong, he sees helping her as the perfect opportunity to prove he's more than a weak link. But the Shadow isn't the only predator lurking in the deep, Nym is hiding a power she can't resist or control, and the Celestial Company itself has secrets threatening to fracture it from the inside. And as the monsters hunting them multiply, Aren must make a choice: protect the only family he's ever known, or save the only person who's ever made him feel fearless.


Power. Courage. Invincibility. The marks of a true hero. 


Meg Sawyer has none of these things.


Meg has never stopped a moving bus with her bare hands, been bitten by a radioactive insect, or done anything moderately resembling saving the world. She doesn't have to. She's a background citizen, a nobody, one of the swarms of faceless civilians of Lunar City--where genetically enhanced superhumans straight out of the comics have thwarted evil for years.

For as long as the Supers have existed, Meg has had one goal: to not become a casualty in their near-daily battles for justice. And for the last seventeen years, she's managed to do just that. Sure, her minimum-wage job at the local coffee shop isn’t great, she can’t even leave her apartment without loading herself up with protective gear, and her car was just hijacked to throw at a supervillain (again), but she’s not dead yet.

But when Meg accidentally finds one of the city's perfect, invincible protectors murdered under extremely suspicious circumstances, her whole “innocent bystander” strategy falls apart. After being coerced by his determined girlfriend into a mission to help prevent the deaths of the remaining Supers, Meg finds herself forced into the foreground of a story she never wanted to be part of—one that challenges everything she thought she knew about both her city and herself.

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