I'm from Omaha, NE. Have working the health insurance industry over 34 years and currently a licensed health agent. After my husband of 30 years passed away, In his memory, I decided to self-publish the stories he had written back in the late 1980's and early 1990's. I have learned a lot in the past several years about publishing and writing. I want to make him proud of his brain-children. I hope you enjoy our stories as much as I always did. We ain't writers, but we surely spin a good yarn. CONNECT WITH ME ON: TWITTER: @saharafoley FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/sahara.foley EMAIL: email@example.com GOOGLE+ : google.com/+SaharaFoley
IT LIVES IN THE BASEMENT
BEAR OF A STORM
CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK
IN MEMORY OF MICHELLE
This is the type of book that’s hard to do a review on because I don’t want to give anything away. The plot, or should I say multiple plots, keeps you going back and forth, which personally I love. It’s sci-fi without going into the dreary, unnecessary, technical details. There is no confusion of characters and I became involved in the story almost from the beginning. My favorite character didn’t make itself known until the end, Mephord. Before that, it was Grant Thompson. What he finds in the subterranean water system is mind blowing. Makes me wonder, What if?
Yes, it ends with a cliffhanger, but this is definitely a series I want to finish. There are so many questions that we, the Readers, need answers to. And there are enough twists and turns to keep anyone with an active imagination happy. I love the whole concept of Kyrathaba. I love computer RPG’s so this feeds my Mage/Ranger fantasy. Now you’ll have to read the book to find out what I mean.
If you like action adventure and sci-fi, this will be right up your alley. I give this book my 5 feathers. My poor goose is going to be bald.
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