PRLog - Jun. 7, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Science-fiction writer Vito Veii has already published four books in his ‘I, Human’ series, and he is working on the next ones. The third book, ‘The Orbs of Sapentia’, went live on Amazon in February 2014, and it has amazing reviews. It picks up where the second book left off, and it continues to follow the journey of Captain Marcus Magnusson, the android Vlen, and their fleet as they are trying to reach the edge of the solar system. The adventures they go through are fascinating, but also very dangerous. All the people on board of the space ships are aware that they may never see their home planets again.
When it comes to world-building and character development, Vito Veii is incredible. Fans of the genre will appreciate the fact that he took his time to describe in detail each planet the heroes visit. After Captain Marcus leaves Gigas, he heads to Sapentia, which is the planet of peace and harmony. The inhabitants believe in love and wisdom, and they promote honesty and equality even though they have very advanced technologies. Unlike other science-fiction writers, who underline the fact that technological advances often change people to the worst, Vito Veii came with a very unique perspective.
Those who have read the first two books in the ‘I, Human’ series, already know that the author likes to tackle intriguing philosophical ideas and concepts through his characters’ conversations, especially between Vlen and the Padre. Aside from these topics, the characters also talk about science and technology. For instance, they describe the different dimensions. The most interesting one seems to be the seventh dimension, where space, time, gravity, light and velocity can be used to send travellers into the future. Fans of space operas will find this part fascinating.
‘The Orbs of Sapentia’ has an open ending that will urge readers to grab the fourth book in the series as soon as possible. With each published book, Vito Veii impresses everyone with his originality and creativity. It’s impossible to guess what he will come up with next, and it’s always interesting to see how the next planet visited by his heroes will look like.