The AtomSpheres, the ultimate holiday resort, swept serenely through its orbital loop high above the giant planet of Mejjas Major. For over two-hundred years the Atom has been the go-to holiday destination. But age, fatigue, and the annual footfall of millions are taking their toll on its fabric. The Atom is getting old. Age though, cannot be helped; it comes to us all.
But is there more to it than that? Are the daily reports of disappearances and beacons mysteriously sliced off the result of age, or is the resort under attack? Are there bugs in the system or dark forces at play?
Rogue Orbit (The Book before Book One) tells us that the AtomSpheres is getting old and is suffering from its success. To be blunt, it is wearing out. The AtomSpheres has been the ultimate go-to holiday destination for two-hundred-and-fifty-years and the shareholders have reaped the rewards but have not ploughed enough back to keep it running smoothly. Bits are falling off, there are bugs in the system and petty jealousies are hampering repair and improvement. Rogue Orbit takes the reader to the AtomSpheres point of no return.