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Bringer of Chaos: The Origin of Pietas (Military Genetic Engineering in a Dystopian World) by [Allen, Kayelle]
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Why should Pietas end the war with humans?

His people are winning, yet they insist on peace talks. The Ultra people want to grant humans a seat on the Council. Pietas ap Lorectic, Chancellor of the High Council, War Leader and First Conqueror, disagrees. What's best for mortals is oppression, control, and if necessary, elimination.

Pietas seethes with rage at the idea of human equality. Humans might have created Ultras, but the creation has far surpassed the creator. Humans die. Ultras are reborn, no matter how grievous the injury. They have no equals.

His people permit him no choice. He must attend these insipid peace talks on Enderium Six and what's worse, be polite. To humans.

When a human special ops warrior is killed in battle, he's resurrected in a secret process and inducted into the Ghost Corps. He's given enough strength to perma-kill immortal Ultras. Ghosts are the most hated and feared of warriors.

When the ghost entraps and captures Pietas at the peace talks, the two begin a long journey toward Sempervia, an isolated and forgotten world. Once there, Pietas is marooned and the ghost abandoned alongside him. The two must either fight to perma-death, or join forces to survive.

As Pietas comes to trust the human, an unlikely and awkward friendship begins. Until he discovers how ghosts are resurrected...

Shelved on Goodreads as Military Sci Fi, Sci Fi, Soldiers, Bad Boys, Adventure, Angst, and 6-Stars. One reviewer wrote, "Watching Pietas and Six grapple through this deep dilemma was nothing short of beautiful for me. If these adversaries can navigate the chasm of hatred, distrust and male ego between them, maybe there’s hope for our own fractured world. I called this a bromance, but it is much more. I highly recommend you read and find out why."

Bringer of Chaos: the Origin of Pietas is character-based non-romantic military science fiction by a female veteran who literally wrote the book on world-building. Kayelle Allen is the author of the Tarthian Empire Companion, an illustrated World-Building Bible and Guide to Writing a Science Fiction Series. This is her twelfth book, first in the Bringer of Chaos series.


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  • Publisher: Romance Lives Forever Books; 1 edition (1 May 2016)
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  • Language: English
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5.0 out of 5 stars I loved this story! 19 July 2016
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Bringer of Chaos: The Origin of Pietas by Kayelle Allen. I loved this story! A sci-fi bromance like nothing else I’ve ever read. Pietas – the Ultra of awesome powers, both mental and physical – is left helpless and doomed by humans and a betrayer from his own kind. Six – a once-human ghost who should be the sworn enemy of any Ultra – saves Pietas from a destiny worse than physical death. The two are then marooned together on a distant, most likely deserted planet. The Ultra has vowed never to accept help from anyone even close to human. That vow is challenged by his need to survive. The ghost has pledged to destroy all Ultras on sight. Watching Pietas and Six grapple through this deep dilemma was nothing short of beautiful for me, If these adversaries can navigate the chasm of hatred, distrust and male ego between them, maybe there’s hope for our own fractured world. I called this a bromance, but it is much more. I highly recommend you read and find out why. Like me, you also will be eager for the follow-up, Bringer of Chaos: Harvest of Blood. Alice Orr – Author of A Villain for Vanessa – Riverton Road Romantic Suspense Series Book 4.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Sci-fi adventure - but read at your own risk as there may be spoilers 3 May 2016
By Joe Young & Rhonda Jones - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow. This book was intriguing, disturbing, provocative, a real page turner. It is thousands of years in the future. Man has created beings to do everything for them, labor, war, you name it. But they created them as virtual slaves. Their mistake was, they made them better than humans. Well, guess what, slaves revolt. And their leader, Pietas, is the out for revenge. But whatever you do, do not underestimate the human will to survive. The book is provocative because the author does an amazing job of showing both sides of the war between the humans and the Ultras (the would be slaves). I for one sympathized with both sides. The book is intriguing because the Ultras are fascinating. I wanted to know everything about Pietas. But don't get me wrong, this is not a book about a long drawn out war, it is a book about two enemies coming to rely on one another for survival. And in that we learn who they really are. Even at the end of the book I could not decide if Pietas was the good guy or the bad guy. I just know I want to read more about his people.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Must read 25 January 2017
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Entirely new approach to the subject of humans short comings. Great characters. Interesting and engaging story. Joins the short list of "can not stop reading".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it!!! 2 June 2016
By L - Published on Amazon.com
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He's painted as a complete psycho in other books. It's really great to get some insight into who he truly is.

Great book. But now I desperately want the next one!!!!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How to make two bad guys form opposite sides meet in the middle 23 May 2016
By Book wyrm - Published on Amazon.com
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The writing in this series is really good. Ms. Allen writes fast but with much depth of character. I really like the dilemma's her characters face. Also she manages to make human nature so recognizable and also so wrong at the same time. Great writing.
I really liked this background view of the bad guy in the series as far as I have been reading. The interaction between the human and the ultra makes both their points of view that much more believable. It is I think the first half of a two book story line, because although it has a clear ending, it also has a clear starting point for the return of the ultra's. I'm really looking forward to the next book.

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