Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Dissolution of Peace: Review

Dissolution of Peace
Dissolution of Peace
Author: Richard Flores IV
Publisher: Plasma Spyglass Press
Pages: 216


When Earth Navy Captain Christina Serenity is brutally attacked by a traitor, her life is saved by Security Forces Corporal Michael Carlson. On the heels of her recovery, her ship is attacked by terrorists, and she is thrown into a difficult assignment. She must chase after the only clue they have, a Martian ship called the Phobos, and find out what secrets it hides. To make matters worse, someone still wants her dead.

Her ship, E.S.S. Australia embarks on a mission that leads Serenity on journey of discovery, friendship, betrayal, and revenge. She quickly learns the only thing harder to prevent than war, is love.

Now Serenity must trust her protection crew to keep her alive long enough to solve this puzzle while trying to prevent an interplanetary war.

The line has been drawn. Who will cross first?

My Thoughts:

I don't normally read science fiction so I wasn't sure what I would think of this book. I decided to give it a shot because it's always good to branch out and try new genres, you never know how many great books you are missing out on if you don't. I found myself really growing to like the characters and rooting for them. I also liked that the whole book wasn't all one big fight scene, there's a little romance tossed in there as well. I felt myself becoming frustrated for the characters just hoping that they could eventually express their love. There were a few grammatical/spelling errors, but I am also the type of person that notices every single mistake in books. I am waiting for a sequel the be released so I can find out what happens next! I did enjoy this book and if you are a science fiction fan then I think you would enjoy it even more!

Are any of my awesome readers science fiction fans? What good books have you been cozying up with lately? I'm always looking for books to add to my TBR list!

* I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.



  1. Hi, thanks for the follow! I enjoyed reading your blog and this book sounds good! I'm also following your blog!

  2. Good review! I haven't heard of this, but I don't go for much sci-fi.

    I'm currently re-reading Manhunt, by James Swanson, detailing the chase after John Wilkes Booth.

    1. I'm not much of a sci-fi fan either but I try to branch out. That sounds like an interesting book, I'll have to check into it!


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