Advance Reviews for THE RUSH’S EDGE

Early reviews of The Rush’s Edge are in! Check them out below:

“Ginger Smith’s vat-grown protagonist joins the likes of Frodo and Ulysses in this story of a soldier whose war is over, but his greatest battle – coming home – is still ahead. Smith’s debut is rich in detail, full of tension, and packed with characters you won’t easily forget.”
– R.W.W. Greene, author of The Light Years

“Duplicitous military, assassins, super soldiers, alien tech, and a family of brilliant characters caught in the middle. The Rush’s Edge gives you all the Firefly feels with a dash of Mass Effect for the hell of it. Fantastically entertaining.”
– Dan Hanks, author of Captain Moxley and the Embers of the Empire

“What happens when you release vat-raised soldiers into the void after their service is over? With this premise, Smith sets up multiple conflicts, from political to personal. You will root for these heroes and cringe at the evil that brought them together.”
– Chris Panatier, author of The Phlebotomist

“Ginger Smith’s The Rush’s Edge is an exciting space adventure set in the margins of a galaxy on the verge of war. Bravery, loyalty, found family, and just trying to survive, all drive the hardships and victories of the intrepid crew of the Loshad as they fight battles and uncover truths that will bend the course of humanity’s spacefaring history. Woven alongside complex themes of personhood, mortality, and relationship dynamics, we’re treated to an array of space dogfights, cyborg assassins, and straight-up street brawls to keep the pages turning well past bedtime.”
– John P. Murphy, author of Red Noise