Can a criminal be mankind’s only hope?
Fall of Zona Nox is an epic sci-fi set in the far future. Humanity has colonised the stars. Despite the relative prosperity and technological advancements, however, humanity is still under threat.
James, a master thief, is legendary in the gang dominated and crime-ridden Galis City, capital of the frontier world of Zona Nox. His people are hard. They’ve had to be, but they may not be hard enough.
A mysterious alien empire has laid siege to the planet. James is forced into the Troopers, a galactic alliance of human soldiers.
The iron will of humanity has stood strong, but even iron eventually bends.
As the conflict continues, James learns more about himself and that this war is more complicated than it initially seemed.
Fall of Zona Nox is an epic and gritty science fiction set in an expansive universe. It is the first of many in the Warpmancer Series.
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Nicholas Woode-Smith is a science fiction author and political commentator from Cape Town, South Africa. He was born on the 3rd of October 1995 and started writing in 2009. He is currently studying a BSocSci in politics, philosophy and economic history at the University of Cape Town.
Nicholas published his first book, Fall of Zona Nox, in 2013. He has since continued the series and written a myriad of other novels, short stories and articles. These articles are mostly located at the Rational Standard, a political commentary site co-founded by Nicholas.
Nicholas is an avid and passionate libertarian activist, involved in writing, leading and organising the local South African libertarian movement. The Rational Standard was founded as a libertarian commentary site. He is also the Regional Coordinator of Southern Africa for African Students For Liberty. In 2016, he was appointed as the youngest council member of the Institute of Race Relations in its history.
In his spare time, Nicholas plays video games, reads and takes part in the engrossing and addictive world of Magic: The Gathering, the trading card game.