Rise of The Prince is reviewed.


Rise of the Prince by Nicholas C. Rossis

Genre: Science Fiction — Space Opera

Series: Pearseus #1

Publisher: Self-Published (November 18, 2013)

Author Information:Website | Twitter

Length: 399 pages

My Rating: 3.5 stars

With Rise of the Prince, Nicholas C. Rossis does an amazing job of combining a science fiction setting with ancient Greek history to create a Dune-like story, filled with political scheming, mystical creatures, psychopathic murderers, and personal tragedies.  The novel proving yet again that self-published works are just as good and just as professional as the traditionally published works.

Here the setting is an alien world . . . Well, it once was an alien world until the starship Pearseus landed there generations ago; its cargo of Earth colonists swarming across the temperate continent, making contact with the primitive, local inhabitants whom they dub the “First.”

War inevitably erupted.  A conflict…

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