Patriotic Treason

Rated 4.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Why doth treason never prosper?
Because if it prosper, none dare call it treason.

A thrilling milSF story set in a dark grim future... More

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Words: 125,080
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465818256
About Christopher Nuttall

Christopher Nuttall has been planning sci-fi books since he learned to read. Born and raised in Edinburgh, Chris created an alternate history website and eventually graduated to writing full-sized novels. Studying history independently allowed him to develop worlds that hung together and provided a base for storytelling. After graduating from university, Chris started writing full-time. As an indie author, he has published nine novels (so far) through Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing and Smashwords. The Royal Sorceress is his first novel to be professionally published. Chris is currently living in Borneo with his wife, muse, and critic Aisha.

Christopher’s steampunk fantasy alternate history novel, The Royal Sorceress, was published by Elsewhen Press in a digital edition on 6th October 2012 and will be published in paperback on 4th February 2013.

His fantasy novel, Bookworm, will be published by Elsewhen Press in 2013.

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Reviews

Review by: kom78 on Nov. 17, 2011 :
Great read couldn't stop reading. Cant wait for more
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Benjamin W Hartley on Nov. 05, 2011 :
Patriotic Treason by Christopher Nuttall.

This cannot be a first novel! The characterizations are too good -- no cardboard cutouts here -- and the combat action sequences are very well done. Of especial note, I think, is Mune: not all of the major characters actively hate the regime. Good! (Read the book to discover what I mean.)

As noted in a previous review, the services of a good copy editor would be beneficial. One example: on page 18, we are told that "[we are one a] collusion course," Um... well, that's one sense of "getting together," as is "collision." Another: fairly early on, it's "Admiral Hoover," and later it's "General Hoover." Brothers? Same fella, service transfer?

OK, that's nitpicking. I liked this story, as implausible as it might be, and look forward to "Martial Law: Book Two."
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Colonel Healy on Oct. 30, 2011 :
This is a very well written novel. The characters in the novel are well drawn, as is the political and economic background in the story.

I look forward to many more great stories from the author
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: thorfie on Oct. 19, 2011 :
Well written, Could not put it down, even though the typos were a little off-putting(need a copy editor). I can hardly wait to see this author get much better. I have read much of what he's written and expect much good for him in the future.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Cephus Seay on Oct. 09, 2011 :
Well written with excellent combat imagery almost as if you could see the missiles coming at you from the darkness of space. Characters are realistic with flaws and graces.
The writing will grab you and inform .
I know will expand on this one and can't wait. Thank you for a great beginning.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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