Juliette's Dream


      Juliette's Dream
From the Number One Best Selling Author Saxon Andrew comes the first book in his new Science Fiction Series, Juliette s Dream, Ashes of the Realm Book One This new series covers the period after the destruction of the Star s Realm.The Five Provinces have been left behind by the Stars Realm and civil war has broken out Hundreds of thousands of planets have been decimated, and millions of others blasted back into primitive technology Trillions have died, and the killing is far from over.After two thousand years the survivors are barely eking out an existence on what remains of the once powerful Realm Out of the ashes, a young Human will arise that will fight for the survival of his community and the giant Zord that fly the skies of the once powerful Provincial Capital, El Prado The radioactive wastelands and millions of giant carnivores are the least of the community s problems Raiders from the stars are what must be faced by the brave archers to survive Thousands have been killed and the raiders are coming again. Free Read [ Juliette's Dream ] Author [ Saxon Andrew ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Saxon Andrew is a former social worker with a degree in Psychology and Education from Mercer University He has taught school, managed several sales organizations and owned his own business.He has devoured science fiction since he first learned to read and his stories are the product of years of personal experience and exposure to the universes created by the genre s great authors.He lives in Tampa, Florida with his wife and two dogs who still appreciate his sense of humor after all these years Dogs are always ready to smile.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • Juliette's Dream
  • Saxon Andrew
  • English
  • 05 April 2019

10 thoughts on “ Juliette's Dream

  1. says:

    Meh, not bad, and it was entertaining, but not an amazing book I do look forward to readingof the series though.

  2. says:

    I hated myself for reading this series, as well as the previous series The writing is awful, there is no character development, the themes are simply good vs evil and redemption is possible, and the editing is shocking Maybe the fact they were e books explains all the typos, awful grammar use of the word drug instead of dragged , and consistency mistakes I was surprised to see there was an editor, because a 12 year old could have edited this book better OK so I hated the books but I hated myself for reading this series, as well as the previous series The writing is awful, there is no character development, the themes are simply good vs evil and redemption is possible, and the editing is shocking Maybe the fact they were e books explains all the typos, awful grammar use of the word drug instead of dragged , and consistency mistakes I was surprised to see there was an editor, because a 12 year old could have edited this book better OK so I hated the books but read them becaus...

  3. says:

    A worthy addition to the Stars RealmThis continues the after shocks from the lost of the Star Realm with a whole new approach that delights the reader.

  4. says:

    Very good Quite similar in style to his other work The honor of the realm and I regret my sins stuff got a bit over the top though, otherwise it would have gotten five stars.

  5. says:

    I had nothing else to read After reading this, I ll just doing nothing It would have been a better use of my time

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