My Kaiju short story, Karmathaur, got a four star review on Goodreads.com:
“A group of fanatics calling themselves the Anakim create a demi-god to free the Earth from the burden of humanity – or that is how they see it. To the rest of the world, Karmathaur is a monster that seems unstoppable.
I liked this story. The clever way the author linked the four main characters into it as friends of the first victim of the monster, pulled apart then drawn together by his death and its consequences. Marcus and Terry were his friends, and Kanae was part of their social group and girlfriend of Terry. In addition Kanae, as the daughter of the leader of the Anakim, feels the need to redeem herself, working with her uncle Atari to do so.
The description of the creation of Karmathaur is brilliantly creative technobabble and the action scenes – some from the monsters POV are powerfully presented. For me the most poignant scene is where Karmathaur admires the sunrise, raising the question where is the monster here? It only kills to live – and that’s what we humans do, isn’t it?
The main issue with this book is that the quality of writing is very patchy and that gets in the way at some key points with the flow of the story.
I’d recommend this to anyone who is a fan of Godzilla and other books/anime/movies of that kind.”
This story was well written and fast, paced, which kept me on the edge of my seat. The story had such attention to detail and kept me hooked until the end. The ending was quite a surprise and made the story as a whole more worthwhile. I am hungry for more and look forward to reading the next volume.
My latest fantasy book, The War of the Gilded Beasts is in need of reviews in both Amazon and Goodreads. If anyone is interested, please give me your email and I will send you a complimentary PDF file for your inspection. Thank you for your cooperation and Happy Holidays.
I discovered that the revised version of my Kaiju short story, Karmathaur, got a four star rating on Goodreads.com. This is a considerable improvement from the original version, which only got a two star review on Amazon. This pleases me because it demonstrates that my efforts were worthwhile in revising the story. I look forward to what else may come of my new and improved Kaiju novella. Wish me luck and I will keep you updated.
Guess what? On Goodreads, I am seeking reviews on the new and improved third edition of Numen the Slayer. If you are interested, feel free to click the link above and receive a complimentary PDF version of the book.
Guess what? Numen the Slayer’s New Year’s giveaway has just been completed. 487 readers competed, but only 3 won themselves a signed copy of Numen the Slayer. They are from Colorado, Arizona, and Kansas. I look forward to organizing my next giveaway. Happy New Year!
My new book, Numen the Slayer, is in need of reviews. Twenty copies will be offered in either Kindle Unlimited or as a PDF file. If you are interested, please click on the link above. Thank you, Grady P. Brown.