What if saving the world meant becoming the villain and ruining the lives of everyone you've ever loved? Would you do it?
In the third volume of CONSTELIS VOSS, the cast finds themselves struggling to make sense of all they've been through, who they are, and even their newfound fantastical powers.
Uncertainty abounds, more ancient backstories are revealed, and the script is finally opened up to showcase just who is truly pulling the strings. Tyr isn't their greatest enemy after all, despite forcing a conflict with the cast, and a curious alien diplomat.
Flanked on all sides by enemies, can the heroes of CONSTELIS VOSS truly own their powers and overcome all odds? Or will they be stuck in the twisted perpetual loop of a dying, broken machine?
Find out in the final installment of the CONSTELIS VOSS trilogy. It's nice to meetcha', finally.
Praise for Vol. 1
"First off, the art work is something to fall in love with immediately. Stay tuned for the characters and who exactly they become and their arcs. Thrilling and captivating, with an artist's mind of brilliance, follow this epic saga to be into the best parts of your own mind, creativity, and touching beyond. A sci-fi mix of yes, read this. You will NOT be disappointed." – Dave G, Amazon
"I am so sick of boring stuffy sci-fi books. It all sounds like a technical manual on nerdiness. This book threw a wrench in that and actually decided to have style. It felt like the Author was more so trying to write an anime or a movie in book form. If you appreciate more traditional styles of writing this might not be for you. But as someone who is a sucker for weird and crazy I really liked it." – Eric, Amazon
Praise for Vol. 2
"In the same flavor as Volume 1, Volume 2 uses the pieces given in the first book to build, rebuild, and tear down what you thought they would create. With subtle nods and parallels to real world issues, your average reader isn't bogged down by allegory, but the discerning reader will start to pick up on the themes and commentaries added one by one. I want a dissertation written on this series." – Q, Amazon