Where Were You When You Had To Grow Up?
For a seventeen-year-old Goolian named Aly, it was on another planet, a world where she had to "adjust" in order to fit her new surroundings. Daydreaming got replaced with nightmares. Sparring got replaced with killing. Singing to adoring crowds in her father's store turned into shouting for cover. This is what fighting in the war has given Aly, ever since her tribe was drafted. This is the sacrifice she makes while defending galactic order against the Cyogen.
However, there's a danger lurking among the allies and friends Aly has sworn to protect. It's worse than any Cyogen weaponry, or any being known in the galaxy. It's wrath has the potential of crumbling enemy forces, and bringing allied troops to their knees. That danger is Aly, herself, and she doesn't even know it.
A compelling action-packed adventure filled with dynamic characters, Prossia is a must-have
About the Author
It wasn't until college when he underwent a personal "renaissance" of sorts that Jordan took his interest in writing to another level. When he was 19, he started writing a novel for fun, taking inspiration from the constant exposure of different ideas and cultures that college showed him while staying true to the values he grew up to embrace. However, when the "signs of the times" influenced the story and the characters to spawn into universes of their own, he figured he might possibly be on to something.
As he studied graphic design at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia, Jordan also used his electives to study sciences like Astronomy, Psychology, and Biology in order enhance the reading experience in his story. He eventually made it a goal to have the story published after he graduated, and dubbed the goal "Operation Spanish Moss," the very same project that would develop into his first published book, "Prossia."
The rest, as they say, is history.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I enjoyed as much as the first one. Very unique setting. How difficult it must be to create a story that differs from thousands before it. Kudos. DMB