Sunday, March 31, 2019

The IX Series
Prelude to Sorrow

Have you ever wondered why it is Prelude to Sorrow has been hailed as transcending genres? There’s no secret to it. With tributes to chronological fact; alternative history; sound science; metaphysical fantasy; science fiction, and with a supporting cast of strong characters, Prelude to Sorrow was bound to make an impact.

Look at what readers and reviewers had to say:

Weston’s storytelling style reminds me of Neal Stephenson

Yet another stellar masterpiece

Stunning, both in its story and quality of writing

Prelude to Sorrow is a superb requiem to the IX Series
Military sci-fi action at its should be

B Nelson (Top 500 reviewer)
Action, action, action. This is a stunning saga both in its story and quality of writing. "The IX: Prelude to Sorrow" by Andrew P. Weston, is a strong follow up to books one and two of the IX series, Impressive wrap up. Wow. Five Stars.

Black Gate Fantasy:

Want to find out more?

Prelude to Sorrow

Fight or Die.

The task force dispatched to eradicate the Horde menace on far Exordium failed, and for those few left alive, the tenet by which they have survived for so long resounds as never before.
Now marooned, out of time and out of place, the survivors lick their wounds and struggle to recover while the Horde gather their strength for a final strike that will change the course of history forever. The fate of the galaxy – and more – hangs in the balance.
But fate, it seems, isn’t done with the Ninth, and our heroes find themselves forced to mount a last-ditch attempt to end the threat once and for all.
Will the darkness be vanquished, or will our heroes’ efforts finally signal the beginning of the end of their adventure?

Find out in – Prelude to Sorrow – the stunning conclusion to the IX saga.

The IX Series

A Final Word on What Readers Say:
If you’re looking for an epic tale paying homage to the past (Ancient Rome) while situated in the future (think Star Trek), pick this up right now. While this is a standalone, I highly recommend you start with The IX and then Exordium of Tears before reading this phenomenal conclusion. Trust me, the payoff is worth it!

No comments:

Post a Comment