Thought is more dangerous than you think...
Roman Doyle has been living a normal life as a married 25-year-old schoolteacher. When five large men attack him, he’s confident in his ability to defend himself. But, this isn’t an ordinary mugging. Roman doesn’t know that he is Prince Sakara, heir apparent of the True Emperor of a distant galaxy and his muggers are agents, sent to kill him.
Roman’s life is saved by Chi-Ro Jin, a Veteran of the Psychic Wars. Chi-Ro’s mission is to secure Roman’s help in an interstellar battle between the forces of his father, the Emperor, and those of his uncle, the Baron.
Chi-Ro injects Roman with an alien drug that awakens Roman’s dormant psychic and astral abilities and he discovers a shocking alien plot that threatens humanity. Will Roman be able to overcome his fears, master the martial art of Hatari Ikou, and learn the secrets of astral projection?
Follow this epic journey to the Cosmic Sea where Roman faces evil and danger in uncharted space, as he attempts to rescue his wife, retrieve the sword of power, and end the Second Psychic Wars.
"This is a great book! The actions starts in the first paragraph and doesn’t stop until the last with no slowing down." ~ Tony-Paul ('A Splash of Scarlet' Blog).
"‘Star Wars’ meets ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ is a fine description of Veterans of the Psychic Wars, as long as you realize that the hero isn’t a wimp like Luke Skywalker and that the amazing warriors of Crouching Tiger would be toast before this story hits its stride." ~ Clayton Clifford Bye (Professional Reviewer).
"‘Veterans of the Psychic Wars’ is a ‘heroic mono-myth’ as described by Joseph Campbell in his book ‘The Hero with a Thousand Faces’; as such, fans of ‘Star Wars’, ‘The Matrix’, or ‘Dune’ should enjoy it. I highly recommend this book." ~ The Dark (Smashwords Reviewer)
“Veterans of the Psychic Wars was a real thrill to read… It has everything a good story should have with various sub-plots, conflicted characters, interesting twists and edge-of the seat alien encounters.” ~ Sonya Iovieno (Amazon Reviewer)
"I highly recommend this book if you are a Sci-fi lover for it has everything you are looking for; Star Wars meets Enter the Dragon. Be prepared to be hanging off the edge of your seat wanting more." ~ Rayven ('Darkiss Reads' Blog).
“This is a well written and well thought out book… [It has] some of the imperialistic feel of Dune (Frank Herbert), the ideas from the Matrix (training within dream worlds), the Primes within the Talents (Anne McCaffrey), and the technology of Babylon 5 and Star Wars.” ~ Mike Thompson (Amazon Reviewer)
“I was thrilled to come across Veterans of the Psychic Wars. It really is a sweeping, old style space opera in form, but with a depth of detail and personality development beyond anything I have read in a long time… The evolving personal interactions, not always positive, between friends, mentors and ambiguous allies old and new all serve to ground the narrative convincingly. It also has to be said, the ultimate enemies here are stomach-churningly gruesome.” ~ Oana (Amazon Reviewer)
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About the Author
Wayne Gerard Trotman is an award-winning British-Trinidadian author of action-packed thrillers, horror, fantasy and science fiction for adults and young adults, rhyming children's stories and inspiring cooking and travel non-fiction titles. He has written screenplays for erotic horror, science fiction, and thrillers including Ashes to Ashes, Britain's first homegrown martial arts movie. His quotes can be found across social media, on websites and blogs, and in books and other publications internationally. Trotman's novel, The Kairi Chronicles: Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest, was the most recent work academically reviewed in Supernatural Literature, a 3-volume encyclopaedia published by St. James Press, which covers literature of the supernatural across the canon, including such notable works as Homer's Iliad, Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Academic reviewer Sean Hutchison credits Trotman with rewriting the Soucouyant myth. During a Q&A session with the New Statesman, author and poet Dr Benjamin Zephaniah cited Trotman's Kairi Chronicles as the last book that changed his thinking. A girls' school in Trinidad established a leadership think tank in Trotman's honour. His popular quotes such as: “People who repeatedly attack your confidence and self-esteem are quite aware of your potential, even if you are not,” have been posted internationally by academic institutions and various groups and individuals in their fight against bullying and bigotry. Trotman is also a filmmaker, actor, artist, musician, photographer, blogger, cook, martial arts enthusiast and chess champion. In his well-received blog, Red Moon Chronicle, he has interviewed creative giants such as Syd Mead, John Howe, and Alan Dean Foster.