I’ve just finished reading Book 1 of The Relissarium Wars and found it an excellent read.
It is, in fact, more of a novella than a book, but it is the first part of a series, and so is probably simply an introduction.
The characters are introduced in this book, along with the main storyline, which will, I presume, continue through the other books to come.
Theo is a farmer on the moon of Reliss, but is persuaded by his brother to pick up a package for him on his regular trip to the market. Little does Theo realise that this simple favour will land him into something much bigger and more dangerous than he thought. He is in over his head, but has to take part in a rebellion as there is no way out for him to get back home. Especially as his moon home has been annihilated, and so, with a price on his head, he has no choice but to help the Carbonari.
The book is well written. I was delighted not to come across typos and grammatical errors! There is plenty of action and the characters are believable, if not much development, but this may come in later books. This is after all a very short book taking place in a very short time. Hardly enough time for anyone’s character to develop.
I would recommend this book to any scifi fan and fans of action adventure.