Assault on Chimera

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A dystopian thriller set on a remote desert planet, Assault on Chimera introduces you to a dark future where the ruling elite are soon to discover that not even their galaxy-spanning empire will last forever. More
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Assault on Chimera synopsis:

The golden age of Man is over.

Humanity’s vast interstellar empire has crumbled under the strain of war. A new regime holds the shattered galaxy together with promises of a bright future and an immediate return to greatness – promises they never intend to keep.

Discovering the truth, one man dares to challenge centuries of established order and crushing military might. Risking retribution, he leads a broken people against the armies of an insane tyrant, one whose machinations threaten to destroy them all.

As the regime’s implacable war machine stirs, he soon learns just how far they will go to retain their power – a power illegitimately gained through humanity’s near-extinction.

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Robert Steele reviewed on on Sep. 30, 2017

This was an amazing read that kept me gripped from start to finish, full of likeable characters, well-paced action sequences and in-depth world building. It is perhaps a little slow to get going but when it does I wasn’t disappointed. There is a good mix of male and female leads, and a protagonist who isn’t some flawless Mary Sue. The writing is brilliant and not at all what I expected from a bargain-basement self-published book, and while it is not the best scifi novel out there, it isn’t pretending to be. In summary, a slow burner but great fun, though maybe not for everyone. Looking forward to the next one.
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