Book: Veterans of the Psychic Wars by Wayne Gerard Trotmancategories: Book, Aliens, Space Battle, Psychic Ability, Adventure, Action, Martial Arts, Philosophy, Thriller, Suspense, Space Opera, Space Travel, Science Fiction
Wayne Gerard Trotmanabout this book: In a distant galaxy, the second Psychic War has begun. However, on Earth, Roman Doyle, a young schoolteacher is unaware of his true identity. He is Prince Armon Sakara, the son and heir of a Galactic Emperor. Chi-Ro Jin, a veteran of the Psychic Wars is tasked with returning the prince to his father.
At first, Roman resists. But when his wife is abducted by aliens loyal to his father's enemies, he has no choice but to accompany Chi-Ro Jin on an epic journey to the Cosmic Sea Galaxy. They do not go alone. They are joined by a beautiful secret agent, the captain of an alien starship, and Roman's friend, a quantum physicist named Dr. Zachary Silverman.
Pursued by psychotic assassins, and with his dormant psychic and astral abilities awakened by an alien drug, Roman must overcome his fears and face unimaginable dangers in uncharted space and on alien worlds. With the help of veterans of the Psychic Wars, he must rescue his wife, defeat his father's enemies, and bring an end to the Psychic Wars.
• "Veterans of the Psychic Wars by Wayne Gerard Trotman, is a Hollywood blockbuster compressed in a book. Action abounds with little let up in this fast paced, thoughtful, imminently entertaining science fiction novel." — Ronald T. Jones, Amazon Reviewer
• "I highly recommend this book if you are a Sci-fi lover for it has everything you are looking for; Star Wars meets Enter the Dragon. Be prepared to be hanging off the edge of your seat wanting more." — Rayven, Goodreads Reviewer
• "This is a well written and well thought out book... [It has] some of the imperialistic feel of Dune (Frank Herbert), the ideas from the Matrix (training within dream worlds), the Primes within the Talents (Anne McCaffrey), and the technology of Babylon 5 and Star Wars." — Mike Thompson, Amazon Reviewer
• "The mundane, contemporary earthbound settings of the opening scenes will not prepare you for the massive space battles and awesome technology of later chapters. Despite his low-key entrance, I grew to really like Roman Doyle, whose devotion to his family is unflinching as he evolves into a truly classic hero." — David Cantor, Goodreads Reviewer
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