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In CERES 2525 you fly along on the Sci-fi Action Adventures of Ceres Tauri, 25, playboy superstar of the zero-gravity league. He desperately searches for his parents, long held captive among the Galactic's 500 worlds.
When he too is kidnapped by a pirate fleet, forced to duel to the death to save a slave with powerful secret abilities, he determines to fight his way to the
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Kindle Edition, 325 pages
Published March 11th 2017 by Gravity Well Press
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William Jr.
Mar 14, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was a great story. One of those hard to find Space Opera stories where the good guy is really good, the bad guys are bad, women are beautiful and competent and did I mention the bad guys are bad?

The story is about a hero named Ceres, how he grows up and goes after the guy who had his mother kidnapped.

I particularly like the way the author weaves together the past and present culminating at the end of the novel.

An excellent read and I look forward to the sequel.
Patrick Ryan
Jan 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed reading “Ceres 2525.” There is lots of action; I can easily see this book become a movie. The chapters go back and forth between Ceres Tarsis’ current adventure of being kidnapped by pirates, and events from his life that lead up to his being kidnapped. I believe Nelson handled this well, using chapters detailing Ceres’ past to foreshadow what’s coming up in the next present chapter. The transitions are seamless, leading the reader along and aiding the flow of the story.
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Micheal Lee Nelson resides in Wake Forest, North Carolina with his hot redhead fiancée, a crazy pair of sugar gliders, a sweet pair of convertible cars, and a matching set of nasty car payments.

A bit of a contrarian to the mass Scifi Action & Adventure market, Micheal is writing to infuse the galaxy-wide setting of his Ceres novels with a hopeful, positive, and spiritually rich flavor of life.
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