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Marcellus: The Mantle is a science-fiction superhero novel with an abundance of alien personalities and powers, and serves as an introduction to the Marcellus series.

The ultimate legendary hero and galactic warrior, Marcellus bears the Mantle; a cloak that endows him with immense foresight and strength. He commands the Marcellans; masterful soldiers that fight for justic
Paperback, 238 pages
Published January 2015 by Alex James
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Andrew Mowere
Oct 28, 2016 rated it liked it
It was an entertaining read, and contained many a twist. I thought a few links were missing at times. Martesui was rather likable, as was Marcellus. There was far less description and exposition than I was used to, but then again, fantasy is this man's poison. A few times I felt time leapt in a slightly jarring matter, but I would generally regain my footing within a couple of pages. All in all, this was worth the read, and kept my interest.
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I’m a science fiction/fantasy writer who lives in Leeds, United Kingdom. I’m an avid reader, of indie and traditionally published books. Most of my inspiration comes from the neurological disorder/condition Asperger Syndrome, which I am diagnosed with, and characters I create also have traits of this condition. It’s inevitable, I suppose.

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