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Two worlds at war.

Two brothers at war.

With advanced weaponry and impenetrable armor, the Crusaders smash aside anything that stands in their way. Led by Kaneda Kusanagi, they have only one mission: to destroy Matriarch, the last thinking machine, and free the people of Jupiter from her tyranny.

Whether they like it or not.

Standing in their way are the Dragons, led by Kaneda’s estranged brother Ryu. With super-human reflexes and invisible battle suits, the Dragons are masters of infiltration and sabotage. Loyal only to Matriarch, they will stop at nothing to protect their way of life.

The two brothers are set to collide in a battle that will shake the great powers of the solar system and force both men to question what they believe in.

Praise for The Dragons of Jupiter

“The strong action scenes are fast-paced throughout (although often harsh and gory), the dialogue flows well, and the fictional world is detailed, plausible and well-designed, from its planets to its spaceships … Well-written, sincere and undemanding military sci-fi adventure.”
– Kirkus Reviews

“If you are looking for an action packed science fiction novel with unique technology and engaging characters then The Dragons of Jupiter is the book for you.”
Exploring All Genres

“Definitely one of the best books I read in 2013, this gets a Must Read.”

“This book reads fast and is very difficult to put down. I am hoping Mr. Holo has a sequel in the works.”
Invincible Love of Reading

“High tech, galaxy smashing fun.”
– SciFi365

About the author

Jacob Holo is a former-Ohioan, former-Michigander living in sunny South Carolina. He describes himself as a writer, gamer, hobbyist, and engineer. Jacob started writing when his parents bought that “new” IBM 286 desktop back in the ’80s. Remember those? He’s been writing ever since.

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