Wars of the new humanity series
The Wars of the New Humanity series is a page-turning sci-fi thriller that explores socioeconomic hierarchies, class warfare, ascribed status, group identity, war politics, and more, in a world where humanity wages battle in mechanized combatwear called Shells, humans Link in mental communion, and life throughout the universe is vast. This series is sure to keep male and female readers enthralled!
Book #1 of the Wars of the New Humanity series
A young man and woman become entangled in a web of violent conflict, lies, and conspiracies.
They are lovers Randal Scott and Stacie Spencer, newly initiated Guardians of the Commonwealth Defense Force (CDF), and their drive for enlisting goes beyond service and duty to the New Humanity. It’s Personal.
Randy wants nothing more than to deliver retribution to the man who killed his mother and mentally scarred him forever. That man is his father, former CDF captain Arson Scott. After establishing a wonderful life for his family and nurturing Randy into manhood, Arson mysteriously joined the insurgency threatening to collapse humanity’s intergalactic republic and partook in his wife’s murder. Stacie seeks to forge a life free of her aristocratic parents’ control. She will shape her destiny, no one else.
Now Randy and Stacie, who are Linked (joined in mental communion), deploy to Colony Four, where Arson operates his insurgent faction. Alongside each other, they enter a bloody war that may have them questioning both of the combat forces in opposition, the CDF and the insurgency known as the Coalition of Rebel Factions.
The BookLife Prize
“A satisfying sci-fi thriller, the plot is evenly paced and the conflict is engaging.”
“Action scenes are exciting and enjoyable.”
“The fictional universe . . . features plenty of supporting details and technologies that flesh out the world.”
“The characters are . . . presented with a sufficient complexity and internal conflict to help propel the plot and action satisfactorily.”
"Republic Falling has an emotional center and intelligent angles that make it an irresistible read."
—Vincent Dublado for Readers’ Favorite
"While the topic of the fight between the upper class and the lower, less privileged is a common topic, very few authors have the skill to tackle it with grace and clarity."
—Rabia Tanveer for Readers’ Favorite
"Michael J Brooks has created a well-developed world with Republic Falling: Advent of A New Dawn."
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