crimes. Tomorrow’s retribution.
In the third book of the best-selling Pearseus series, the incessant scheming
of the various players and their nebulous puppet-masters has brought about major change. Cyrus is now the new ruler of the Capital, struggling to fight Jonia’s
revolt along with his own demons. Gella strives to keep abreast of Teo’s devious plans in order to end the war with Jonia. David returns to the First in an
effort to overcome his loss of the Voice. Lehmor’s struggle to reunite with Moirah brings
him to uncharted territories, where the enigmatic Iota play with minds, senses and the future of the entire planet. Old foes and unlikely new friends appear as invisible
forces continue to pry humanity apart. Masks drop to reveal the ultimate truth: on Pearseus, everyone has their own agenda. And they’ll stop at nothing to achieve it.
What people say about Pearseus:
tells a story of corruption, people struggling as pioneers seeking to do with what they have... The measure of this book is that the triumph is not a textbook description, but a sense of a living struggle.” “A cross between Game of Thrones and
Dune” “Astonishing, intriguing, thoughtful” “It will be hard to put this book down long enough to eat and sleep, never mind doing responsible things like going to work and taking care of the kids” “[It] hits on those big
archetypal themes of invasion, loss, leadership, death... and high tech. It gives the reader plenty of material for discussion.” “Warning: May cause loss
of sleep, lowered work productivity, and missed meals”
Nicholas C. Rossis
Author. Avid reader. Web developer. Architect by training, holder of a PhD in Digital Architecture from the University of Edinburgh. Nicholas
loves to write. Mad Water, the third book in his epic fantasy series, Pearseus, was just published, while his first children's book, Runaway Smile, is currently being illustrated. He has also published The Power of Six,
a collection of short sci-fi stories. He lives in Athens, Greece, in the middle of a forest, with his wife, dog and two very silly cats, one of whom is always sitting on his lap, so please excuse any typos in his blog posts: typing with one hand can be hard...
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