The Worker Prince (The Saga of Davi Rhii, Book 1)

The Worker Prince by Bryan Thomas Schmidt - front cover from WordFire PressAuthor: Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Series: The Saga of Davi Rhii, book 1
Released: October 2015
Publisher: WordFire Press
ISBN: 978-1-61475-361-2
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Listed as an Honorable Mention on Barnes & Noble’s 2011 Best SF List!

What if everything you thought you knew about yourself and the world turned out to be wrong? For Davi Rhii, Prince of the Boralian people, that nightmare has become a reality. Freshly graduated from the prestigious Borali Military Academy, now he’s discovered a secret that calls into question everything he knew about himself. His quest to rediscover himself brings him into conflict with his friends and family, calling into question his cultural values and assumptions, and putting in jeopardy all he’s worked for his whole life. One thing’s for sure: he’s going to have to make decisions that will change his life forever…

Originally Released: October 2011
Original Publisher: Diminished Media Group
Original ISBN: 978‐0‐9840209‐0‐4

The Worker Prince Trailer (The Saga of Davi Rhii, Book 1)
Put together by talented fellow author Brian Knight from my script, with voice over from Randy Streu, one of my editors, art from Miranda Jean, and lots of free stuff of the web, may I present my first book trailer: Worker Prince Trailer with Music (click to play). Working on literally no budget, they did an amazing job.

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Praise
The Worker Prince [is] a fantastic example of what can be done when the muses of creation and imagination converge. The story is gripping and descriptive, taking the reader on a virtual tour of a flawed society and its unstable hierarchy. The characters are relatable, and the setting is able to tread the fine line between futuristic and unrealistic…” —Supervillains Network

“…breathes dynamic new life into the space opera genre. Rich characters, wild action, and devious plotlines collide in a thoroughly entertaining book!” —Jonathan Mayberry, NYT bestselling author of Predator One and Deadlands: Ghostwalkers

“A brisk science fiction novel full of rich characters and settings, it embodies ‘sense of wonder’ in the best traditions of classic science fiction. Well worth your time!” —Robin Wayne Bailey, NYT Bestselling author of Dragonkin and Frost

“It’s a rare treat to find a book I unabashedly recommend to any parent, elementary school library or middle school librarian. This book has everything a young person could want in the way of great male and female characters they can identify with of various races, plus, action, adventure, intrigue, mystery, and even a little romance. Space ships and battles and great world building? Check. It has a great plot, too, and does not insult a young person’s intelligence with childish concepts. And wonder of wonders, it does not stray over the line and contain potentially objectionable topics. The writing is a very little on-the-nose at times, but that’s part and parcel with aiming for this demographic.” —Abyss & Apex Magazine

“If your reader’s heart longs for the Golden Age of Science Fiction–when good was good and bad was bad, and great characters fought against universal odds–then The Worker Prince is for you. Good, retro fun for the whole family.” —Jason Sanford, author of Never Never Stories and Interzone

“I found myself thinking of stories that I read during my (misspent) youth, including Heinlein juveniles and the Jason January tales, as well as Star Trek and Star Wars.” —Redstone SF

“A significant new author in the field of space opera – Bryan is a fresh new imagination to watch out for!” —Grace Bridges, author of Faith Awakened and Legendary Space Pilgrims

“Retro-with-a-twist SF brimming with an infectious enthusiasm!” —Saladin Ahmed, author Throne of the Crescent Moon

“Bryan Thomas Schmidt’s The Worker Prince will appeal to readers of all ages. Bryan deftly explores a world where those who believe in one God labor against oppressors, and a single man may have the power to change their situation for the better. But will he be able to rise above all that his powerful uncle has taught him?” —Brenda Cooper, author of The Silver Ship and the Sea and Mayan December

“In The Worker Prince, Bryan Thomas Schmidt combines elements from the Biblical story of Moses with exciting outer space action to create a satisfying hero’s journey that is well worth taking.” —David Lee Summers, author of The Solar Sea and editor of Tales of the Talisman

“Bryan Thomas Schmidt’s love for Science Fiction comes through on every page. The Worker Prince is fun for any age.” —Maurice Broaddus, author of The Knights of Breton Court and King’s Justice

“A thoroughly enjoyable science fiction adventure epic. I’m looking forward to the next book!” —Jaleta Clegg, author of Nexus Point and Autumn Visions


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