Friday 24 May 2013

Great review and thanks :) Keep them coming, please.

Very welcome review for the Prophecy of the Kings Omnibus -

"This tale is very well written although the beginning is slow. Personally, I love epic adventures and this one does not disappoint. I am a fast reader and yet my Kindle said that it would take me nearly twenty hours to read this trilogy! So be prepared. You will not whip right through this one. I love the cover, as well. Very Celtic looking. A very promising author. I will be watching for more works by him." J Coulter

Note from author - the books are available individually rather than as the Omnibus Edition.

Saturday 11 May 2013

Star Trek - Into Darkness, Awesome

OK I'm a bit of a Star Trek fan but this was absolutely fabulous. There is nostalgia from the original series that makes me a little biased, but what isn't there to like. The relationship between Jim and Spock is dealt with very well and you can see the tie binding them grow throughout the film.

Dominic Cumberbatch is an awesome villain. The story ties in with the one of the original films, but because of timelines being changed the plots are new and completely different. Not sure about the brief glimpse of the Klingons as it seems once again their faces have changed? Strange race of people.

10 out of 10 for a brilliant film and awesome storyline.

Saturday 4 May 2013

Prophecy of the Kings - a Brief Synopsis. Read my book.

Drachar's Demons is set 500 years prior to the Prophecy of the Kings. The premise of both tales is that in 500 year cycles the worlds come sufficiently close for demons to cross the great Divide. Drachar is an Eldric Lord and he forms an alliance with the demons in exchange for souls. One hundred thousand to be exact. His people find out and it becomes a race to stop him and counter the growing demon threat. The Krell Wars end this period of history and bizarrely the Eldric vanish from the land, the entire race and with them depart their Narlassar Sorcerers who were so important in countering the demon threat.

Prophecy of the Kings is set 440 years after the Krell Wars. There are growing signs that demons are crossing the Divide, but people are unwilling to face the growing threat. History is not documented and the Eldric, who would have been more knowledgeable, have mysteriously vanished. The scene is set for a cataclysmic clash of powers for the Tree of Life is found and on its fossilised branches are crystals containing the essence of pure magic. With one, a permanent gateway to the demon world can be opened and all the forces of Hell let loose on the world.

Friday 3 May 2013

Competition winner

Well done Michael. The next competition for May has started so check out my webiste for details

Good luck