Elite: Lave Revolution Second Edition

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
An Official Elite: Dangerous Novel by Allen Stroud. The story of Lave and its people in the year AD 3265. A Science Fiction Adventure Space Opera written to accompany the computer game Elite: Dangerous produced by Frontier Developments. This second edition contains an extra 11,000 words in two new appendices. 10% of the cover price on all purchases goes to the charity, EDS UK. More
Available ebook formats: epub
About Allen Stroud

I'm Course Leader of the BA (Hons) Film and TV Production and the BA (Hons) Creative Writing for Publication degrees at Buckinghamshire New University in High Wycombe, England.

I've been teaching writing for twelve years, specialising in scriptwriting, fantasy and science fiction. In that time I've taught some great aspiring young writers and learned as much from them as they have from me.

I am studying a PhD in Creative Writing at the University of Winchester.

I help my sister edit my father's short story collections about 'Ozzy the Pig'.

'A Bag of Bedtime Tales' is my first venture into e-book publishing. Since publishing this in 2011, I've added three novels, 'The Sword of Wisimir' and 'The Dragon of Wisimir' in 2012, 'Lord of Wisimir' in 2013.

In 2014, I published 'Elite: Lave Revolution'. The second edition is available now.

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Reviews of Elite: Lave Revolution Second Edition by Allen Stroud

Hack Wizard reviewed on Jan. 31, 2018

Amazing story, I was on edge until the very end.

The story has such depth I couldn't just read one chapter at a time. Thank you Allen Stroud!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Ben Moss-Woodward reviewed on June 29, 2015

I've read the original version of Lave Revolution and I can't wait to see the new appendices!

Lave Revolution ties in with the Elite Dangerous Universe telling the story of how Lave went from a Dictatorship, to a Democracy under the Alliance although you don't need to be a Elite fan to read the book, it stands up very well on its own.

It is presented as a historical account of a future fictional event which I found to be a novel and appealing format, the 'snippets' of news also form a lovely layer of stand alone information.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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