Thursday, November 21, 2013

Among The Veils (Paper Thrones #1) by Bret Alexander Sweet Book Review~

Among The Veils (Paper Thrones #1) by Bret Alexander Sweet
Publisher-Lexington Publishing
Published Date: August 21st, 2013
Genre: Fantasy 


Clay Durward has always been able to read the minds of young children. When he is asked to protect a six year old boy, he learns the child carries the spirit of a ten thousand year old energy locked in his subconscious. In trying to help his ward, Clay finds himself embroiled in a civil war between two factions of Ancient Egyptian deities fighting out their rivalry among the darkest streets in America’s crumbling cities.




Review+Rating

*copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review*
A multi-layered novel of complexity, infused with ancient egyptian history juxtaposed with contempary life and occurances.

I found myself squinting at the pages and going back and forth in wonderment. This story is so complex it sometimes reads like a non-fiction as opposed to fiction. The plot is unlike anything I've ever read. The story takes us into ancient worlds and into the gritty secretive streets of San Francisco in a way I've never known them to be. There is an obvious connection and knowledge to the way the area is written into the story.


The writing is sharp, and witty, giving life to its characters and providing necessary and intriguing background.


The characters themselves are three dimensional with quirks and powers that are both contemporary and otherworldly. The characters definitely jump out at you with how they're written into the story and how realistic they come across.


This is one of those books that stay with you long after you've finished the last page. Prepare to delve into a world unlike anything you've ever imagined.



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2 comments:

  1. Do your schedule your posts? I'm just amazed how many you manage to post at once....

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    1. Yes I do. It makes it easier for me to have things posted when I need them to be :)

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