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  • By sandy dietz
    Aug 15, 2009
    "Eclipsia" Reminds me of Wall-E, Star Wars and a little like Star Trek. After the preface you start getting into the characters more and then the story really starts to build. That's some ending and the last sentence is very dramatic!
  • By peter nichols
    Jun 27, 2009
    "eclipsia" This book really hit home with me. I can really relate to the main characters. I wish more books had this kind of humor. It's not very often that you can "enjoy" the villain. There are valuable lessons in the story for everyone. It pulls at your heart strings and tugs at your emotions. It's very prophetic. I can't remember the last time I read a book this good. EVERYONE needs to read it!
  • By Nico Corominas
    Jun 10, 2009
    "A new twist" i have to admit when i first started to read the book it was a bit skeletal at first. but it did quickly become full of life. i found myself engrossed in the world of Eclipsia. the characters are very unique an have a life of their own. i quickly became attached to two particular support characters. this book reminds me in my minds eye of a mix between the DUNE series as well as the chronicles of riddickm but with a real amusing and funny note to it. the villian was very quite commical to me and greatly enjoyed reading the antics of such a pompous character. this is not just a book for adults but for the whole family! great work!! cant wait for the next installment in the series! i give this book a 5 out of 5 star rating!
  • By A. J. Santoro
    Apr 24, 2009
    Charming...great use of vocabulary...timely...unique style. Thanks Robert and Joanne.
  • By robert p brito
    Apr 8, 2009
    "G.L.GILES BOOK REVIEW OF ECLIPSIA" My Review of Eclipsia by Robert P. Francis & Joleen Bartles (LuLu ©2008) This novel is billed as a “riveting Sci-Fi read” on the front cover, and I believe it lived up to it as far as being a fascinating read. Certain themes are woven into the storyline nicely as well: themes such as the importance of self-reliance, dignity for all life forms, perseverance, etc. Yet, the reader isn’t browbeaten by the moral lessons; instead, they’re woven into the plot fairly seamlessly. One thing I personally enjoyed about this sci-fi novel is that the primary characters were easy to keep up with as their unique talents and physical descriptions enabled me to tell them apart and not lose track of who was who and what was going on. Sometimes sci-fi stories can lose readers if their world of frequently exotic locales and characters isn’t well-established to start with. I was never lost reading this, unless you count losing myself in the storyline... More > at times. The story primarily centers around the characters of Axreal and Jerish who, along with many others, have been born into servitude on their planet, Eclipsia. Adding insult to injury, their planet has also been stripped of many of its natural resources by the greedy Lam Warons. I think many readers will also be able to relate to this book which promotes an Eclipsian version of the Save-Mother-Earth motif. G.L. Giles ©2009< Less
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Revised 01/01/2010
September 19, 2010
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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