Pearseus is my dark epic fantasy series, with sci-fi overtones, that has repeatedly reached #1 on various genres on Amazon.
300 years and countless lightyears away, Earth’s survivors discover the real cause of humanity’s troubles; the inability to divorce or escape their own human frailty, vanity and capacity to despise the other.
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The Robinson Companion: Pearseus’ Map and Character Lists
You can now download the perfect companion to Pearseus: The Robinson companion. The file contains character lists; a timeline of events and a map of Pearseus.
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An epic fantasy series with science fiction elements, Pearseus combines ancient Greek history and mythology with Eastern philosophy to produce a heady and unique mix!
The last book in the series is expected towards the end of 2015.
Book 1: Rise of the Prince
Justice without compassion is but tyranny
“Pearseus does for ancient Greece what Game of Thrones did for Medieval England.”
The first book of the Amazon genre best-selling series.Humanity starts all over again on Pearseus, a distant planet.
Cyrus, the young son of general Parad, is abducted by Justice Styx, ruler of the Capital. She orders a cruel death for the child, thinking this will spare her a foretold death in his hands. But Cyrus escapes with the help of the First – Pearseus’ indigenous people.
David, a young servant, is joined by an ethereal entity. Together, they escape the Capital and join Cyrus and the First. They all become embroiled in the complex political and philosophical factions of a multi-dimensional world. To their surprise, they have a key role to play in saving the planet’s inhabitants from annihilation.
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Book 2: Mad Water
Yesterday’s crime. Tomorrow’s retribution.
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.
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Book 3: Vigil
To win an ancient war, they raise an ancient army.
It’s a time of hardship for the inhabitants of Pearseus. Teo Altman has assumed control of the Capital and has his eye on Parad’s children. Pratin and his monsters have laid siege on Malekshei. The Old Woman has forsaken Lehmor and the First. And Sol is preparing for the Capital’s inevitable invasion.
As Malekshei’s defenders fight for their lives, they realize they need an army to stop Pratin. To raise that army, they must do the unthinkable: wake up those who have been sleeping under Pearseus for the last hundred thousand years.
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Book 0: Schism
Humanity starts over. Again.
It’s New Year’s Eve, the year of 2099, but the distinguished guests aboard the Pearseus won’t get to countdown seconds; soon they’ll be counting bodies and survivors after the spaceship’s crash landing on another planet.
The good news? The planet is seemingly hospitable both in resources and in terms of the natives’ attitude towards earthlings.
The bad news? They might have come on this planet bare of possessions, but what they haven’t been able to shed are the shortcomings of their human nature. Will that be the sole threat to a unified future, or is the new land and its first inhabitants not as innocent as they look?