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Fall of the Imperium: a Science Fantasy Space Opera Novel (The Dissolution Cycle Book 3) Kindle Edition
"Science fantasy with fantastic queer rep" -J.S. Fields, Author of the Ardulum Series
The Dissolution has begun.
Sam is finally reunited with Enos and Inas, only to see his new home under siege by beings that dissolve reality at a single touch. Even as they battle their personal demons, the three apprentices must also fight to save their home. Enos lashes out at those she loves, plagued by voices she’s consumed, and Inas must risk his sanity to access ancient memories of the Nether. Sam must learn how he uniquely affects the Symphony, but there is little time to master what usually takes a lifetime.
The Nether is leaderless and the Assembly is in chaos. The three apprentices must counter an invasion by aliens who rip the Symphony, and the very universe, apart. Ancient antagonists will resurface, a battle must be fought, and the secrets of the Nether and the universe will be laid bare in this final book of the Dissolution Cycle.
If you like epic fantasy, space opera and music-based magic, you'll love William C. Tracy's Dissolution Cycle. Download Fall of the Imperium today and discover the diverse cultures, genders, and alien species of an epic science fantasy space opera!
The Dissolution Cycle (Epic Space Opera, LGBT):
Book 1: The Seeds of Dissolution
Book 2: Facets of the Nether
Book 3: Fall of the Imperium
There’s more adventure in Tales from the Dissolutionverse! These books can be read in any order:
Book 1: The Five Hive Plateau (Adventure, Alien contact) - FREE
Book 2: Tuning the Symphony (Coming of Age, Adventure)
Book 3: Merchants and Maji (Intrigue, Steampunk adventure)
Book 4: The Society of Two Houses (Sherlock Holmes-esque murder mystery)
Book 5: Journey to the Top of the Nether (Jules Verne-style adventure, kid-friendly)
Genres: Space Opera / Fantasy / Science Fiction / Steampunk / LGBT Bisexual Non Binary
Market: New Adult and Adult
- ASIN : B08DG8NLM3
- Publisher : Space Wizard Science Fantasy; 1st edition (August 24, 2020)
- Publication date : August 24, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 3109 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 377 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #406,268 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Of course, all is not well in the Nether. Elgynerdeen (giant millipede things that eat Nether crystal) keep dropping out of Drains all over the Imperium. They eat anything and anyone in their path, and seem to be hell bent on something in the Assembly Hall. We also have an ancient Aridori civil war resurfacing, Sam battling with the weird voice in his head (while trying to sort out the House of Time and the House of Matter), and yeah, a bunch of teenagers running around trying to keep the adults from dying.
Fans of the series will enjoy the tie-ins to all the various novellas. Mandamon makes several appearances, as do the Pixies, and mention is made of the new species above the Nether clouds that was learned about in JOURNEY TO THE TOP OF THE NETHER (the middle grade novella).
It's a great wrap to the trilogy, with plenty of plot threads to keep the series well alive. Tracy has created an expansive universe with no end in sight to the potential worldbuilding, and it's always fun to play around in the giant sandbox of music-based science fantasy. And as always, the nonbinary representation remains strong.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.