Chronicles of Aria Prime, Episode One

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
The year is 2285 and the PCS Trident, one of Earth's heavy cruisers, is on her final voyage. On route, the Trident is viciously attack by Karakan battleships, forcing the ship to crash land on the planet of Aria Prime. Here they find medieval world filled with creatures and races of mythology, not all of whom are friendly. Can they survive? More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About AJ Reissig

AJ Reissig lives in New Richmond, Ohio with his lovely wife Christina and children. Born in 1973, he grew up in the small river town of Moscow, Ohio. He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a background in chemistry. After spending several years as an analyst in manufacturing, he began to pursue writing as a part-time freelancer. His hobbies include gardening, woodworking, home improvement, and anything outdoors.
Following the mantra of writing what you like to read, AJ writes political fiction and science fiction novels. His first novel series, FreedomRedux, revolves around a United States of the future that is governed by a totalitarian regime that is bent on world domination, and those who wish to restore the United States to the nation that the founding fathers intended. In 2011, he started the political blog FreedomRedux to express his libertarian political beliefs. In 2012, he founded Freedom Notes Press, LLC to publish political novels.
In 2013, AJ began his venture into science fiction with the novella series Chronicles of Aria Prime. Combining elements of both sci fi and fantasy, the story revolves around an earth ship transporting equipment and colonists to the settlements on Alpha Ceres. On route, the vessel is attacked and forced to crash land on the planet of Aria Prime. Once on the planet, they find a world stuck in the medieval era, filled with creatures of fantasy.

Learn more about AJ Reissig


Mark Schultz reviewed on Oct. 19, 2014

I enjoyed reading this story a great deal. AJ has worked some of the classic SF themes in an interesting way. I am glad there will be more to come because I love a good story! I did stumble across a number of spelling mistakes, the kind that computers do not usually catch; that is my specialty. My rates are quite reasonable and would love to help AJ polish this and future jewels, at his request. The author can reach me at tinman97030 at yahoodotcom.
(review of free book)
Report this book