Ethan Mathers’s and Pierce Keller’s New Book “Rise of the Monarchs” is a Story Set in the Year 2056 When Two Large Empires Form an Alliance in a War Against Puerto Rico

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Recent release “Rise of the Monarchs” from Page Publishing authors Ethan Mathers and Pierce Keller is set in the future at a time when the PearceanMark Empire rules most of North America and the French Imperium rules Europe, most of Asia, and the northern half of Africa. The two empires are very different, but must form an alliance during times of war.

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Ethan Mathers and Pierce Keller, both avid writers, have completed their new book “Rise of the Monarchs”: a gripping tale of an alliance between two world powers with very different ideologies set in the year 2056.

According to Mathers, “(I am) a student and an ambitious writer who lives in Pennsylvania with hopes of one day becoming a full-time writer.” Keller states that, “(I have) been writing short novels and books since (I) was in sixth grade. However, this is (my) first published book.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Ethan Mathers’s and Pierce Keller’s riveting tale is set during the future when Puerto Rico has declared war.

The PearceanMark Empire rules most of North America. The French Imperium rules Europe, most of Asia, and the northern half of Africa. When Puerto Rico declares war against both, the two monarchs must join forces. This creates a strange dynamic between two empires who must rely on each other in a time of war, but who hold conflicting ideologies that throw the alliance into turmoil.

Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Rise of the Monarchs” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Kobo, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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