A grand work you have here! The video intro adds a nice touch. You have a compelling and in my opinion, air tight formula concept. I just order my copy of book seven; looking forward to reading it.
Don’t forget to put your link up on your Black Science Fiction Society page!
oh yeah … I was born and raised in Richmond. Oakland was an old stumping ground; in my younger days. Up here in Sac with the wife and kids.
Posted on April 3rd, 2009 at 5:50 pm
I am half-way done with the book and I am very excited to see how it ends!!! Ancients and Immortals is beautifully written not only, I can vividly imagine this “hidden dimension between heaven and earth” called the Netherworld, but it is also inspiring. This book was a nice break from all the other literature I have read in school .
Peace and Blessings,
P.S. I admire Kinah’s kindred spirit, she is FIERCE!!!
Posted on April 11th, 2009 at 12:19 am
Book 7 is an incredibly conscious work. The action is well choreographed with epic battle scenes and strongly archetypical lead characters. I look forward to recommending this to everyone I come across. This belongs on the bookshelves of adults and teens alike. I can’t wait to see the film and game interpretations. A&I is a series destined for extended media (I’m secretly wishing for a Sadiki figurine- Love him).
I’ve written the review and am seeking to place a short version and a long version in two separate publications. Details forthcoming as I’m made aware of the dates they will publish.
I would love to review the next works as they become available.
Also, Yay! You’re on twitter ^_^
Continue to shine your light
-PurpleZoe a.k.a. Dazjae Zoem
Posted on June 7th, 2009 at 9:44 pm
Finished Book Seven last year. Great read… had that grand epic adventure vibe to it. The author blends: history, spiritualism, and action-adventure in a way that keeps the book balanced and flowing.
I would love to see this as a movie. It would easily rival Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. Chike is a real hero… one that I grew to care about and count on. Kinah was an awesome sister. She will make a great companion and or stand alone champion in future books. I almost felt sorry for Hondo. He is truly a lost soul.
Book Seven has it all. The demons were sinister in a real way. Sadiki is a grand elder in every sense of the word.
Looking forward to more.
Posted on July 11th, 2010 at 6:40 pm
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