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The Burning Life Novel Now Available

Posted by Michael Bitton on Mar 31, 2010  | Comments

The Burning Life Novel Now Available - EVE Online -

Tor Books and CCP Games have just released The Burning Life, a new novel based in the EVE Online universe, written by EVE Online main writer Hjalti Daníelsson.

The Burning Life is available in paperback with the list price of $14.99. Read below for a description:

We all crave a purpose.

A fire to spark our lives into action.

It’s this burning life within that drives us to our destinies.

But when it burns too deep, or goes unchecked, it can shatter innocent lives in its wake.

A vicious attack on a deep-space mining colony rains death and destruction on nearly all its inhabitants. Only a handful survive. Among the shattered survivors is a young man, hell-bent on an impossible revenge.

In another part of the universe, a wealthy agent of death finds her tenuous grip on sanity slipping, and is forced to leave everything she’s come to know and love. But her last chance at redemption lies in the last place she ever thought to look.

Their respective paths take them through the vast universe of EVE, to galactic empires built on faith, hedonism, discipline, and rebellion. Their fates plunge them into the darkest parts of this galaxy, to encounters with denizens of the chaotic and dangerous pirate kingdoms. And all the while, as each draws closer to what they seek, they begin to realize that the only stakes worth playing for are the ones from which they’ve run so far away. . . .

Go here to purchase The Burning Life.

Michael Bitton / Michael Bitton / Michael began his career at the WarCry Network in 2005 as the site manager for several different WarCry fansite portals. In 2008, Michael worked for the startup magazine Massive Gamer as a columnist and online news editor. In June of 2009, Michael joined as the site's Community Manager. Follow him on Twitter @eMikeB