Five worlds compete in the Space Olympics to determine which should survive a supernova.
In a bleeding corner of space, the human race is dying. Again. They are good at dying. Millennia ago, they died on Earth. Soon, they’ll die here, under their second sun. Death chases them. Tag, you’re it. And so, they run.
Their sun is ready to supernova. She is dying, and they will follow. The ancient seedship, their last hope, can only fit a single colony. Their people have thrived and grown since Earth’s exodus, but there is not enough room to save them all. To determine a worthy survivor, five worlds will fight in the Space Olympics. One will win, will live on, fly far, fly free. The rest will join the stars.
From three different worlds, Camroc, Bazi, and Ketra—an athlete, reporter, and princess—fight for their right to survive.
CONTENT WARNING: Though BURN THE SUN is not as dark as some of Halo’s book monsters, it does contain several graphic and disturbing scenes. Reader discretion is advised.