GALACTIC THUNDER
by Cameron Cooper

Iron Hammer 1.0

Space Opera Novel

Click cover to see full sized

Click here to read an excerpt

This is epic science fiction at its finest. Realistic far future worlds. Incredible characters and scenarios.

Reader Review

Cameron knows how to tell a story, regardless of whether we are going back in history or forward in time.

Reader Review

Until this book I had forgotten just how much I love good science fiction and Cameron’s is not just good, it’s exceptional.

Reader Review

The concepts are staggering and intensely interesting.

Reader Review

Danny and her crew learn that humans may not be alone in the galaxy.

Thirty years ago, Danny and her crew on the Supreme Lythion were instrumental in the defeat of the sentient array, the crumbling of the Empire and the development of crescent ships.

Now wildcat crescent ships are opening up the known galaxy, finding more worlds to be settled and new resources.  When the wildcat ship Ige Ibas goes dark and silent, Dalton comes to Danny for help, because his son, Mace, is on that ship. Despite their history, Danny agrees to try to find Mace.

But the Ige Ibas has gone dark for a reason, and Danny’s investigation rouses the ire of a new enemy, one that emerges from beyond any worlds known to humans…

Galactic Thunder is the first book in the Iron Hammer space opera science fiction series by award-winning SF author Cameron Cooper. The Iron Hammer series is a spin off from the acclaimed Imperial Hammer series, and features many of the characters and situations from that series.

The Iron Hammer series:
1.0: Galactic Thunder
2.0: Stellar Storm
3.0: Terran Parlay
4.0: Waxing War
5.0: Ruled Out
6.0: Stranger Stars
7.0: Federal Force
8.0: Redline Rebels

Space Opera Science Fiction Novel

BUY FROM STORIES RULE PRESS
Now Available!
$5.99 USDBook can be read on all devices and apps. [More info]


BUY FROM YOUR FAVOURITE BOOKSELLER
Now Available!


PRINT EDITION:
AMAZON
BLACKWELL’S


PREVIOUS SERIES
THIS IS THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SERIES | ALL BOOKS IN THE SERIES | NEXT BOOK IN THE SERIES –>


Reviews

Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review

Galactic Thunder
Average rating:  
 5 reviews
by Marjorie on Galactic Thunder
Wonderfully complex space opera

Fast moving, exciting read full of action and drama. This book unravels like a mystery, slowly unraveling as Danny steps in to help an old friend, only to have the situation grow stranger and more dangerous as time progresses. Some really good twists and excellent pacing in this one that will keep you turning pages until the end.

This is not a one premise tale drawn out to novel length. Cooper has taken a familiar trope in sci-fi - new tech allowing for rapid expansion and first encounters of the 4th, 5th and/or 6th kind and built it into a rich complex space opera. This one is rife with conflict and fall out from the Imperial Hammer series. And more parawolves!

This is the first book in a new series that is a spin off of Imperial Hammer series. Cooper does an excellent job of world building and reintroducing familiar characters in a way that makes this book fully enjoyable to readers both new to the series and familiar with Danny's adventures with the Array. It jumps forward in time to a completely new conflict. This is the beginning of a series, so while it contains a full story arc (there isn't a cliff hanger) it is also building a larger arc and that last line is a dozy! Can't wait to see where the series will head next.

by Kathi Soniat on Galactic Thunder
Thought Provoking and Fabulous!!

First book in a spin-off series. Many of the characters we know and love. My favorite parawolf Varg had a litter, each who have bonded with many of the main characters. I’m so very pleased!

The premise is divine; we are not alone in the universe. But they are not invaders per-se. We “barely” know they exist. We cannot “find” them. We do not know what they want. Can we assume the ones who have made contact are representative of all of them? Are they rogue pirates displaying the “worst” of their species?

There is action – but there are more thought-provoking puzzles.

The smartest in the galaxy must work together to save lives and solve this mystery.

A fully satisfying story – yet there are more mysteries to solve in more from this series. Thought-provoking and fabulous!!

by IngSav on Galactic Thunder
Compulsive reading with gripping action and awesome characters!

A diverse and complex world of new spaceships and space exploration has opened up and Danny is back with another unintentional adventure.

Surprises and unusual events kept me hanging in delicious suspense during this space opera novel set with some beloved characters from the Imperial Hammer series and some new-found favourites.

I thoroughly enjoyed the linked events and explanations of character relationships that have changed since the end of the Imperial Hammer series as we catch up with Danny and the new world that opened up after the last series.

Cam Cooper has delivered an exciting start to this new series with plenty of action and a self contained storyline, but of course there's always so much more I want to know about the changing world and situation Danny finds herself in and that's why I dive into the next book...!

I highly recommend this book and to enrich your experience with the characters I would definitely read the Imperial Hammer series first.

by Audrey Cienki on Galactic Thunder
Galactic Thunder

Galactic Thunder is Cameron Cooper’s first book in the amazing, new, science fiction series, Iron Hammer. And what an amazing start this is!
Cameron somehow provides such vivid descriptions that the scenes are both realistic and satisfying. I actually feel like I am present as the characters interact both conversationally and in action scenes.
This time it is humans vs ? (No way I’m going to spoil the surprise). A new antagonist will appear in this series and wow! What will humans face now?
This story is an amazing start to this new science fiction series and reminds me of why I fell in love with this genre to begin with. And BEST last line ever!
Thank you Cameron!

by Kathy on Galactic Thunder
The Best Danny Story Yet!

Fast forward 30 years and everything is different in Danny’s life except not really. I loved this book. Old characters and new are here, as is the usual problem Danny and team has to solve. This one is a stunner. I cannot wait to see where this new series goes. Intriguing and in my opinion the best Danny book yet. This writer gets better and better with each new book. I highly recommend you read this book.


| Bookmark on Bookbub | Bookmark on Goodreads |