Book review of ‘Pearseus, Year 18: The Schism Book’ by Nicholas Rossis

5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Prequel  Review by Kenneth J. Kerr

New Year’s Eve 2099 the spaceship Pearseus, carrying celebrities and dignitaries, crashes on another planet. The spaceship captain survives and leads the other survivors in building a new civilization. When he dies (Year 18) the group struggles with the classic philosophical challenges: big government vs. small government, dictator vs. democracy, many strict laws rigidly enforced vs. few general laws open to interpretation and compassion by one or more judges, and the basic good vs. evil. Nicholas Rossis does an outstanding job with character development and describing the scenes of the story. He uses a very interesting and enjoyable style where he describes more than he uses dialogue to tell the story. It is very well written. One of the best short books I have read in a long time. I highly recommend this book.

About kkerr19963

Author who published his first book, "Life of a Double Agent" in 2013 and his second book, 'The First Madam President (and the dirty bombs)' in May 2014
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1 Response to Book review of ‘Pearseus, Year 18: The Schism Book’ by Nicholas Rossis

  1. Thank you so much for your kind words! I’m very happy that you enjoyed the book. If I may, I’d be delighted to send you the next books in the series as a small ‘thank you’ for taking the time to post a review. Just drop me an email on with your address, if interested.
    Thanks again! 🙂


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