Jak Phoenix by Matt Williams

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Jak Phoenix is a pilot who would rather kick back with a cold drink than stick his neck out to save the galaxy. But, as we all know, life often gets in the way of these 'big dreams.'

Jak and his longtime friend Baxter once again find themselves on the verge of bankruptcy. A last minute salvage mission delivers more than they bargained for when Jak's old enemy shows up and steals their haul out from under them. When it is revealed the cargo is more important than any of them realized, Jak decides, against his better judgment, that a retrieval is necessary. His pursuit leads him right past his enemy and into the hands of the most feared pirate in the galaxy.

In the spirit of space operas of old, comes an action packed novel following the exploits of the best low quality pirate in the galaxy - Jak Phoenix.

“Perfectly paced to keep science fiction fans absorbed and engaged." - Eloise Michael, Feathered Quill Book Reviews

“This space opera chuckle-fest is just plain fun to read.”
- Tracy Falbe, Author of the Rys Chronicles Fantasy Series

About Matt Williams

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Dr. Matt Williams teaches New Testament and Theology at Biola University, Talbot School of Theology, where he was awarded professor of the year in 2004. He has a broad ministry experience, including 6 years as a missionary professor to the Spanish Bible Institute and Seminary in Barcelona, Spain. He previously taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Trinity International University and North Park University, and teaches and preaches at various churches and conferences throughout the U.S. and Spain. He is editor and contributor for Deeper Connections, The Parables of Jesus, The Miracles of Jesus, and The Prayers of Jesus, along with What the New Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of the New Testament Writings, and general editor for Coleccion Teologica Contemporanea and Biblioteca Teologica Vida, two series of biblical and theological books translated into Spanish. He has written Two Gospels from One: A Thorough Examination of the Text-Critical Argument for the Synop?
Published January 31, 2010 by Azore's Crown Publishing. 282 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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