Praise for Robot Empire: Dawn Exodus
"Reminiscent of some of my favorite old time SciFi authors" - Mark
"Inspired world building" - Belle
"A brilliant read with an epic and unexpected ending" - Bethany
Lose yourself in a new science fiction universe and join the struggle against the Machines.
Arla thought the valleys of Dawn were the entire universe. But when she was recruited to become an Engineer, she discovered she'd been living a lie.
The Valleys weren't real - they were inside a carved out asteroid on a centuries-long mission though interstellar space to establish a colony on a new planet.
Disastrously, they arrive at their destination to find that someone got there before them and when a terrifying enemy attacks Dawn, Arla is forced to take command.
With little support from her fellow engineers or officers, she must go up against a ruthless federation seeking a renegade pilot sheltering in Dawn's brig.
Should she give him up to certain death or risk the lives of everyone she loves for the sake of a stranger?
Dawn: Exodus is the first book in the now complete Robot Empire series of galaxy-sized adventures. If you like fast-paced science fiction in the classic mould of Asimov, Clarke, Bradbury and Bear, you’ll love Kevin Partner’s space adventure series.
Pick up this page turning sci-fi thrill-fest today.
What made you write a science fiction series in the classic tradition?
As a reader, I cut my teeth on Isaac Asimov's Foundation series - initially the original trilogy and then the much longer follow-ups in the 1980s. His books were the first I felt compelled to read from cover to cover without stopping.
The Robot Empire books pay tribute to the Foundation series with fast paced stories of a crumbling galactic empire but deals with more modern themes. Female characters have at least equal billing to the males, robots have become enemies as well as friends and nobody smokes!
Put simply, I wrote the books I wanted to read.
Who would enjoy this series?
I love finding a series I can lose myself in, with a universe that fires my imagination. The Star Wars and Star Trek universes are like this, as well as Asimov's galactic empire and its aftermath. In my future reality, humans have given their robotic servants the freedom of self determination and the series deals with the aftermath of that. It has shades of Frankenstein but with more sides than a polyhedral dice.
So, if you enjoy galactic scale adventures that come alive in your mind featuring flawed characters battling for humanity's continued existence, you'll love the Robot Empire series.