Om Exile Empire
A few exemplary individuals must lead an army of exiles in a struggle to survive and raise an Empire from the ashes of civilization. James Ursidae his family as a child, breaking his sanity and turning him into a vicious but brilliant warrior. Driven by both his technological genius and vengeful anger James finds himself on a journey of creative destruction. As he rises from prejudice, trauma, indecision, and old-fashioned youthful passion, he discovers a newfound desire to protect, and in the process James helps create a civilization based not only on the archetype of the hero, but something true to human nature, the raw force of the antihero.This science fiction novel contains some of the most epic warfare you could ask for in a SciFi. By combining a style similar to Orison Scott Card with a practical, down to earth feel of Jim Butcher The Exile Empire throws you into a new world of real people, real machines, and real sci-fi action. If you enjoy the adventure and technology of science fiction but are tired of contrived drama and characters who act according to desires, motivations, and morals different then actual people then you will enjoy The Exile Empire. If you like advanced weaponry, technology, and gadgetry but are tired of unrealistic assumptions and deus ex machina application of indescribable concepts then you will enjoy The Exile Empire. The Exile Empire is jam packed with non- stop action pushing the reader to the edge of their metaphorical, literal, and digital seat. With alien armadas, incalculably powerful warships, antimatter, plasma, and energy weapons the Exile Empire has everything a scifi fan can ask for and more.Rather than rely only on endless grunt soldiers, or orbiting starships the Exile Empire takes a more practical look at life and warfare in the future.With machines and technology entwining every soldier and every aspect of life the Exile Empire takes a truly scientific look at fiction, building a practical world of might and mind. In the war for survival every life counts. If every life counts one must protect it with all one's power, and in science fiction, that power can change the course of human events.