The prequel to Ribbonworld and Jungle Green
Where is Layla Balcom?
The most famous woman in the Galaxy, heiress to the Balcom empire, has vanished.
Has she simply exchanged her celebrity life for peace and quiet or has the unthinkable happened?
In the midst of the search, where rumours and speculation are rife, journalist Miles Goram thinks that he’s found the answer. A girl on the run suggests that Layla could be a hostage, in a club where the rich indulge their fantasies.
It’s located on Dalyster, a corrupt and secretive world. A place where his status as a reporter will do him no favours in his efforts to uncover the truth.
With his world falling apart, Miles is caught in the rivalry between politicians and businessmen.
Many thanks to Richard Dee for an Advanced Reader’s beta copy of the novella The Lost Princess – all opinions are my own.
This is the prequel to Ribbonworld and Jungle Green. I really loved the premise of this story and couldn’t wait to get my hands on a copy and it did not disappoint. I feel very privileged to have had a chance to beta read this novella – a great honour indeed. The narrative starts of at an intriguing pace and continues to keep the reader absorbed throughout.
It is a quick, well-crafted read with fantastic characters and an imaginative Sci-Fi setting: Dalyster: An obscure planet, it had a reputation for corrupt officials and illicit pleasure, provided you had the funds.
It is an imaginative and engaging way to introduce readers to Ribbonworld and Jungle Green.
Here’s a link to the latest news about The Lost Princess, Ribbonworld and Jungle Green: https://richarddeescifi.co.uk/the-lost-princess-arriving-soon/
Ribbonworld is the prequel to the Balcom Dynasty #1 – A sci fi which I’ve uploaded to my kindle.
Ribbonworld is set in: ‘Reevis, a planet without days or nights where life is only possible under a vast pressure dome.’
Richard Dee’s Sci fi is very readable. #highlyrecommended.
I am looking forward to reading more from Richard Dee. Richard is a talented author and great supporter of the indie community.
My rating: 5 stars.
I also enjoyed reading Andorra Pett and The Oort Cloud Cafe – check out my review here: https://mjmallon.com/2019/03/30/bookreview-andorra-pett-and-the-oort-cloud-cafe-mystery-scifi/
Richard runs The Indie Showcase on his blog to help support and introduce indie authors to the larger community: https://richarddeescifi.co.uk/the-indie-showcase/
Don’t miss out, do check out his blog: https://richarddeescifi.co.uk/
Have you read any of Richard’s books? Do comment I’d love to hear from you.
I’ve written loads of reviews. Please follow to links to read more of my reviews:
Buy Book: myBook.to/TheCurseofTime
Social Media Links
Authors Website: https://mjmallon.com
Collaborative Blog: https://sistersofthefey.wordpress.com
Twitter: @Marjorie_Mallon and @curseof_time
#ABRSC: Authors Bloggers Rainbow Support Club on Facebook
Thank you so much for beta reading, people like you are the unsung heroes that help authors improve and hone their craft.
Ah, you are so welcome Richard, very touched by your kind comment. I have just added your photo to the post! Have a lovely weekend. 🙂
I haven’t read anything from Richard Dee. Thanks for introducing him. The Lost Princess sounds good!
Yes I’d definitely recommend The Lost Princess Priscilla. Thank you for popping by. 🙂
Hi Priscella, if you’d like a sample of my work, you can get a free flash fiction via my website, just click on the FREE STUFF tab on the main menu, or subscribe to my newsletter for a short story. Best Rgds, Richard.
And please excuse the typo, I meant Priscilla.