Constelis Voss Vol. 1 — eBook Direct
30 years from now, this lgbt+ sci-fi book is going to be considered prophetic. So you might want to read it before Silicon Valley ruins everything. IDK. I'm just a plain, simple author.
It’s been a long time since I read a book in one sitting, and it happened again with COLOUR THEORY. This book hooked me from the first sentence, and Alex is so relatable and badass I swear I want to get a tattoo of him. This book is vivid, gritty, and it’s queer af; to say I'm in love is an understatement. If you haven't yet, pick the whole series immediately. Trust me.
Color Theory is a perfect introduction to the world of Constellis Voss. A simple story of an awesome android, half-baked revolutions, and familiar faces that insinuates much much more. The theme of Color Theory is not immediately apparent, but it becomes a cipher to understand what's lying under the surface. An excellent novel, great characters, and interesting themes that reflect the author's well-found concerns of mankind's current trajectory.
I totally rec this book. This book is amazing. I’m what people call and otaku so I read manga on a daily basis. Constelis Voss made me feel like I was reading a manga except with out the drawings. The detail is so vivid and clear. It’s a LGBTQ+, sci-fi, technological dystopian society, blast from the past, space opera.
First of all I received a free copy of this book from the author through Voracious Readers. Although it was clear the characters were androids I often forgot that as they were so individual in their personalities. I loved the way they interacted with each other. I felt the color insertion was a bit strained at times. It almost seemed like the author was artificially trying to put a color wherever it could be inserted. Other than that I might read the next volume just to see what happens to the characters.
Leigh’s first installment of Constelis Voss is a beautiful, poetic introduction to a world foreign yet familiar. Interludes by the narrator, an unknown omniscient first-person, speak directly to the reader. The fourth-wall break is not overused – it’s just enough to create a sense of unease and further confuse the mystery surrounding the protagonists. I look forward to reading the second volume of Constelis Voss, to discover more of the ‘space opera’ style world K. Leigh has created. Read more of this review here: https://nikolasglass.substack.com/p/constelis-voss-1-colour-theory-review
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Some people believe in reincarnation. Others believe humans will eventually become robots. Why not both?
The series opens on a dystopic planet-sized ship in the far future, where a very advanced android receives a personality file from the 90s. He is the only one of his kind. His name is Alex, and in his quest for understanding just how he got to be an android—and on the planet-sized ship known as CONSTELIS VOSS to begin with—he finds curiously familiar faces who help him color in the blanks.
As the coincidences pile up, they start to form a pattern. Something is pulling the strings, and figuring out the mystery is the only way to save himself, his friends, and the future of the very human race itself. But will he be able solve the mystery without losing himself—and his friends—in the process? The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
File Type: .epub, .pdf, .mobi
Page Count: 170 total
Print ISBN: 978-1-7368053-0-5
Genre: sci-fi, cyberpunk, lgbt, absurdist fantasy, psychological thriller