Veterans of the Psychic Wars


Fiction - Science Fiction
424 Pages
Reviewed on 07/12/2020
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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite

Veterans of the Psychic Wars is a work of fiction in the science fiction, galactic adventure, and interpersonal drama sub-genres, and was penned by author Wayne Gerard Trotman. Written for adult audiences due to the presence of graphic violence and its complex conceptual themes, this highly engaging work mixes together many popular elements of the sci-fi genre to make something new and exciting. Our protagonist Roman has no idea that his heritage stretches beyond the stars until a party of apparent muggers arrives with the intention of ending his life. And so Roman is ripped from his Earth reality and unlocks his own astral powers, flung out into the Cosmic Sea where war, intrigue, and danger await him.

Author Wayne Gerard Trotman has crafted an excellent and highly entertaining work of science fiction which offers everything a reader could possibly need in an epic adventure. I really liked the character development of Roman, who is quite realistically shocked by the turnaround in his life, and his motivations for his actions at different points in the plot make good sense and develop with him as he learns more about his new role. The worldbuilding was also really excellent, building new societies, conflicts, and powers for us to learn about as we explore the new alien side to Roman’s life. I found the action scenes very dynamic and suitable for the conflicts going on. Overall, I would certainly recommend Veterans of the Psychic Wars for science fiction fans seeking suspense, thrills, and real adventure.