Tales of the Vuduri: Year One (Tales of the Vuduri, #1)
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Tales of the Vuduri: Year One

by Michael Brachman
Release date: January 2014
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: science fictionhard science fiction + space opera, non-fiction

A year's worth of essays about the past, present and far future. Come to the 35th Century and take a quick tour of the world of Rome's Revolution.

The Rome’s Revolution trilogy chronicles the 35th century world of the Vuduri. In this series, 21st century hero, Rei Bierak and his beautiful 35th century Vuduri wife, Rome, save mankind countless times. But there is much more to the far future beyond action and adventure; it has its own physics, culture, language and history. Tales of the Vuduri: Year One collects 366 blog posts about this amazing, brave new world into a single volume. Often amusing but always thought-provoking, Tales of the Vuduri: Year One offers detailed insight into Rome and Rei’s universe with backstories, scientific tidbits, previously unrevealed secrets, alternate scenes and the occasional random thought. There are teasers for upcoming novels, amusing images and some apparent contradictions resolved. Travel to the 35th century and take a look behind the curtain into the fascinating world of Rome’s Revolution.

(updated 2017-01-29)

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Who knew? I started writing a blog over a year ago and vowed to write one entry every day. As I got into the process, I discovered it got easier, not harder. At the end of the first year, I compiled all the entries and ended up with nearly 120,000 words! That's longer than The Ark Lords and Rome's Evolution. It's been good practice and I still have a long way to go. I hope you'll check out the book. The price is right (free everywhere except Amazon + B&N who make me charge 99 cents). Anyway, enjoy.
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