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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Aristeia Book One: Revolutionary Right by Wayne Basta

      Maarkean Ocaitchi served in the Alliance Navy as a fighter pilot. He never dreamed one day he'd be fighting against the very agency he fought for. He had a good reason though.. his sister Saracasi. She was attending university and a peaceful protest when it turned ugly. The Alliance attacked the protesters and someone got footage of Saracasi. She was then labelled a terrorist and wanted for treason. Maarkean was not about to let his sister go to prison so he whisked her away before the warrant was issued.  Their only means of  survival was to become smugglers.  They lived on the edge of society so as not to attract attention.  During one of their smuggling deliveries, things go really bad and Saracasi ends up in prison.  Maarkean is not about to take this sitting down. He forms a plan that leads to a complete change of life for him. He wrestles with his own beliefs and ideals, but when it all boils down, he knows what he must do.


     FANTASTIC! This book includes all of the very best from the greatest sci-fi movies, books and television shows. If you are sci-fi fan, this book is perfect for you to get lost in! The action is well detailed and plentiful. You can visualize the characters with ease.  The writing is solid and flows well.  This is one you need to read to believe. It's simply amazing.


     I did find a couple issues. If you are hardcore sci-fi.. then you'll love all the talk of weapons, ships and battles. For those who enjoy an occasional sci-fi book, it might seem a bit much. 


    I gave this one 5 out of 5 books because even with the issues, it rocked!


  "This country, with it's institutions, belongs to the people who  inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it." Abraham Lincoln

2 comments:

  1. I'm a die hard scifi fan and this sounds pretty cool. Thank you for review it for everyone. Now...where's my Kindle...I know it's here somewhere... =)

    Blessings,
    Daniel L Carter

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  2. He has a new one out as of last Friday. I'm reviewing it as well. It's Book Two..A Little Rebellion.

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