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Friday, November 29, 2013
Reveiw of "The Trident and The Book" by Vic Broquard
Vic Broquard Author of the "Trident and the Book"
Great escapism reading complete with Knights and Damsels in distress, but these are not your ordinary Dames! Brought to you by Vic Broquard in his trident series, which "The Trident and the Book" is the first of the series. Next week I will bring you another review of the next book in the series!
Review of “The Trident and the Book” by Vic Broquard I debated between 4 and 5 stars and finally decided I really
liked it, so five stars it is. The author gave me a free copy for my honest
review. For those
that can accept that a special picture book allowed a person (Jon) to travel to
other planes of existence on Earth will find this a captivating book with
magic, demons, god like figures (Both good and evil), and strange creatures.
Telepathy and evil abound as Jon finds he has great mental powers on this plane
of existence. Where good and evil demons abound, right next to humans. A great
escapism book for the young and old alike, Vic tells a very believable story. Main Characters are: Jon Brown,
the young musician in college that inherits the picture book. A very believable
character that the story is told from his POV. You will find this “not very
brave young man” does not know how fight with his hands but uses his brain to
win battles and save his comrades. Bashful around beautiful females, he finds himself
in the presence of two of them, on his travels into these other planes of
Blackburn, the beautiful Ranger of Reylona, with telepathic powers but not like
Jon has. An Amazon warrior that is skilled with a bow and arrow and her sword,
joining her strong mental powers. She can change her shape and appearance at
will becoming a Pegasus when she wants also. Alison
d’Ambrose, a beautiful young lady with blue eyes and brown hair, also user of
magic as a “mage” (spell caster). She captivates Jon’s heart as they team up,
the three of them to save the world. Check out this book, you will find it to your liking at http://www.broquard-ebooks.com/ you can also find Vic on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/vic.broquard/
Talk Back, I'm listening! Have a great weekend! Sorry I'm late on this post!