The Devil’s Dragon
By Jason F Boggs
Publisher: Mill City Press, Inc.
Published: January 2017
Genre: Sci-fi Space Opera
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), pdf
When the battle for Earth begins, whose side will you be on?
An epic Sci Fi/fantasy drama set eighty years in the future, told surrounding the development and ultimately the outcome of the Aesini war as seen intimately through the eyes of Nelson Jones, a young and gifted military cadet whose rise through the ranks in the fascist new world order known as the “New Era” reveals to him through his experiences the true nature of humanity, both good and evil. Nelson is on a journey of self discovery and is forced to confront his values and his world view to make difficult choices. The story is also intimately told from the perspective of multiple players on both sides of the conflict. This is the first book of a story driven trilogy in a universe that’s as rich and compelling as other major franchises.
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