Book Reviews

BookRixI have been honored to be invited to write book reviews on and thought that it would be a great opportunity for a blog series. I’ll still be writing my personal blogs, but this might get y’all some fun stories to read.

To start things off, I reviewed “The Quantum Prophecy” by countzero.

“The Quantum Prophecy” by countzero (Ryan Matthew Harker) is set in a world taken over by a parallel universe. With tantalizing clues and amazing description, countzero draws the reader into a world of wormholes, alternate universes, werewolves, and the classic battle between good and evil. Countzero manages to capture the imagination and paint a vivid picture, his writing style is eloquent, and he uses all the senses to truly bring to life the characteres, especially Candlelite. There is an element of mystique throughout the piece that keeps the pages turning. Although it is just the beginning, there is serious potential. What exactly is Candlelite? What came from AnEarth? What does this new Earth look like? What are the mercenaries chasing? “The Quantum Prophecy” has captured my imagination and I can’t wait to read more. This book is a beautiful example of a blend of science-fiction and fantasy, imagination and possibilities. It is well worth the read.

About S. G. Ricketts

I am a dreamer. This page holds all of the dreams and desires and hopes and wishes of the first of my two dreams: to share my imagination with the world. For those of you who have read a book or written a book, these stories are not merely words on a page. They are living, breathing creatures, worlds so compellingly real that you can smell the sweat and feel the rain. This is what I want to share ...with all of you. Yes, becoming rich and famous would be fabulous. I won't deny that. However, it would be so much more satisfying to see my book in the hands of someone on the bus, hear my book talked about at a restaurant, see a cluster of fan-art. I want to inspire the mind to imagine different worlds and different situations. If I can achieve that, I will have achieved my dream.

Posted on May 29, 2011, in Book Reviews, writing and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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