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Book Review: Prossia

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Prossia by Raphyel M. Jordan My rating: 4 of 5 stars As a part of the Prossia blog tour, Raphyel was kind enough to offer a copy of his book if I would do a review. I’m not a huge sci-fi fan, but I thought I’d give it a shot. At worst, I would retract my offer of review. At best, I’d find an entertaining read. Prossia surprised me. Warfare is a large part of Prossia. An alien girl, Alyichai, lives on the planet Gooliun. Her people train from the time they are young to be warriors in case the call for war is sent out. Aly is friends with Cattalice, another high level warrior from her home planet. Aly is different than the others of her tribe because she cannot control her “being”, a weapon others of her tribe use like a natural laser. Aly makes herself better at weapons to make up for the lack of being. Her people know what her differences are, but they are forbidden to explain them to her. Everyone ignores her differences past the usual childhood teasing. Aly and Catty are called of