The Neverborn Saga is a adventure series set in the far future
The planets of a galaxy are connected again for the first time in millennia.
Our heroine finds herself tasked with saving her culture.
The Neverborn Saga is a swashbuckling, space-faring adventure series from author / illustrator Colin Finkle.
Set in the far future.Read More »
Adventure with the flavour of the seafaring age.Read More »
Books with a beginning, middle and end, that add together for something more.Read More »
No cursing. No explicit sexual or violent content.Read More »
Defying the perfect society.
The planet Ong was the shining star of the galaxy. Ong’s utopian society celebrates it’s citizens almost as much as the community they make up. Philosophy, science, art all flourish. What a place to grow up in! It was, for Krys Evergale, until her mother turned ill and she could no longer trust her society to do what needed to be done to save her mother. What happens when such a culture is defied? Mysterious forces conspire, and Krys has to learn that where she grew up may be nothing like she thought. A torn Krys finds herself tasked with not only saving her mother, but the Ong culture itself.
Author and Illustrator: Colin Finkle
Word Count: 72,000
Illustrations: 6 black and white, plus cover in colour.
Colin Finkle is a first time author but long time illustrator. By day, he is an industrial designer and graphic designer with an over active imagination; by night, he is imagining the Appoto-Menier galaxy the Neverborn Saga is set in. The world started out as a way for him to design pieces of technology that were not possible today, like the omni-tool, but it became something more when he dreamed up Krys Evergale. A self assured, powerful force of a young woman, he knew that she could be an interesting character and a great role model.
His influences include books like “Dune” by Frank Herbert and “The Martian” by Andy Weir, as well as media like the “Mass Effect” game series, the “Assassin’s Creed” game series, and the “Saga” comic book series by Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples. Colin lives near Toronto, Canada with his wife and son.