The “I, Human” series by science-fiction writer Vito Veii is, no doubt, a daring project that makes use of many intriguing themes and concepts. The author discusses topics related to philosophy, religion, science, and psychology. The series already has four books, and Vito Veii is working on the next ones. Fans of the science-fiction and fantasy genres will love everything about the universe the author created, as it is very creative and original, and it is also populated by complex characters readers can easily relate to.
The third book, “The Orbs of Sapentia”, picks up exactly where the second one left off. There is a nice continuity to the series, and one thing that readers will appreciate is the fact that the story is well-balanced and carefully built, and the author doesn’t need cliffhangers to make readers want to know what happens next. Once you finish a book, you simply need to read the next one, because the story flows so evenly and beautifully.
Captain Marcus Magnusson has just left the planet Gigas, and now he is heading to Sapentia. His fleet is traveling to the edge of the solar system, trying to find friends and allies. The journey is so long and dangerous that all the people on board know they might never see their home planets again. Captain Marcus has his android, Vlen, by his side, and the Padre. They are his advisors and friends, and he knows that he can count on them whenever he needs help or he is forced to make a difficult decision.
Vito Veii is brilliant when it comes to world-building. Every planet the Captain visits is unique, and the author takes his time to describe it in detail. For example, Sapentia is the planet of harmony, and those who live on it honor peace, love and wisdom above everything else. Even though the inhabitants have a very advanced technology, this doesn’t make them consider themselves superior to other beings. Captain Marcus tries to find out as much as possible about the worlds he visits, and records everything in hopes that the information he gathers will help his own planet evolve.
“I, Human” is a must-read for anyone who loves space operas.
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