Followers of this blog will know that Johan Kalsi's debut novel had a long and difficult road to publication. Saboteurs within KDP quality control didn't want you to read this book. What more reason do you need to buy it?
I've got one. How about the fact that Corrosion is already more reviewed and better received than its direct rival?
Despite having an unfair two day head start thanks to the Amazon SJW's interference, The Collapsing Empire is already losing ground to Corrosion. Their respective ranks are currently:
- Collapsing 174
- Corroding 918
That's a difference of only a few hundred books. Considering that Corrosion only costs five bucks, it shouldn't be hard to overtake its ridiculously overpriced competitor. But Serving the CHORFs at Amazon and Tor a big helping of crow isn't the only reason to support Johan Kalsi's launch. Judging by the reviews, Corrosion is solid science fiction and the superior novel of the two.
If you want to send a message to legacy publishers that gouge their readers, insult their own authors, and condone censorious behavior--or if you couldn't care less about all that but just want something fun to read for a change, pick up Corrosion, The Corroding Empire Book 1.
And if you've already got Corrosion, and are looking for more fun SFF to read, my award-winning Soul Cycle series comes highly recommended.
UPDATE: You guys are causing some drastic changes in the Amazon rankings. This morning, The Collapsing Empire was at 174, and Corrosion was at 918. Here are your current numbers.
- The Collapsing Empire 227
- Corrosion 693
That's a difference of roughly 50 sales! Thanks to lovers of fun, non-SJW converged science fiction, and SJWs themselves, whose spate of fake reviews have put Streisand in full effect.
You have the power to boost a superior sci-fi novel above the overpriced mediocrity it's parodying. Every sale counts. Buy Corrosion The Corroding Empire Book 1 now!
Thought: unemployed SJWs have been busy posting fake reviews all day while their favored horse has been lagging. It'll be interesting to see what happens when normal folks get home from work and log in to Amazon.