Pearseus Vigil: Book 3

26720133SYNOPSIS: To win an ancient war, they must raise an ancient army

The Amazon best-selling series continues!

It’s a time of hardship on Pearseus. Teo Altman has assumed control of the Capital and has his eye on Parad’s children. Pratin and his monsters have laid siege on Malekshei. The Old Woman has forsaken Lehmor and the First. And Sol is preparing for the Capital’s inevitable invasion.

Humanity’s defenders are outnumbered and outgunned. Fighting for their lives, their only hope lies in raising an ancient army. To survive, they must do the unthinkable: wake up those that have been dreaming under Pearseus for a hundred thousand years.

REVIEW: Vigil, the third and final instalment of Pearseus is by far the more superior of the three books. In the same manner as Mad Water, the second instalment, more secrets are laid bare giving clarity to the warring factions, the history, the beliefs, and the truths behind each conflict. But, it wasn’t until reading Vigil that I actually decided who I wanted to win, or come out on top at the very least.

Vigil is thoroughly action-packed with some rather unexpected twists; there’s not a dull moment in the entire work and I found myself consistently pumped by all the possibilities of each conflict. I was impressed to the point that I am seriously considering reading through the entire trilogy at some point in a leisurely fashion… Probably when I’m on vacation.

I’ll most definitely be reading more from Nicholas C Rossis.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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15 comments on “Pearseus Vigil: Book 3

  1. Wonderful review, Kev. I have read some of Nicholas’ books and enjoyed them all! 😆

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  2. Ooo, it sounds exciting. Well done review, Kev. Hugs.

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  3. Excellent review Kev. I can’t wait to dive in to this series. 🙂

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  4. I enjoyed the whole trilogy. Quite an adventure!

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  5. It’s good that the trilogy gets better as it continues and finishes strong. I hate the opposite: a great first book and then the series sort of fizzles away.

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  6. Worth a read? Sounds like.
    I’m currently engrossed in a brilliant series that I’ll mention when I resurface. YA fantasy space pirates plus much more. Really good.
    Vacation? Ah yes. I meant to have one this month. Hm.

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    • Definitely worth the read… Sounds like the one you’re into is too. 🙂

      It’ll probably be Christmas for us this year now, but we could sure use another break with all that’s gone on this year!

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      • If you want a look, Lyz Russo on Smashwords, Solar Wind series. First is free, second is set your own price, third and fourth are free till 30.8 with coupon codes. Let me know if you want the codes. Tough teen heroine, lotsa baddies, killings and good people too.


        • Thanks Kate, I just downloaded the first. I’ll wait on t’others though as I have a lot of review requests going on. If I like the first one, I’ll have no problem with paying for the others as I get to them later. 🙂


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