Sorcerers’ Dynasty by Stephen Perkins Book Review by The Page Turner

SORCERERS' DYNASTY by [Perkins, Stephen]

  • Print Length: 344 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 9, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B076C1FVHV

 

 

 

 

 

My Rating ♥♥♥♥♥

 

My Review: 

This was the fourth book by this author and I believe this was my favorite thus far. As in most of Perkins’ books, things are rarely as they seem. Yet the way it was written allowed for a seamless flow. The characters all had a purpose and were determined to reach their prescribed solution. What was fun, was the twists and turns in the plot. Once they occurred it made sense but sometimes as the author sometimes does so well, they seem to take a life of their own. People are not as they seem and things are never as they appear.

The characters were interesting to follow. One example is the President of the United States, She was quite unique and never ceased to amaze me.  Dan Sheraton was another character that had me eating out of the palm of his hand. He was hell-bent on finding out what was actually going on behind the icy walls of the Arctic.  He was chasing down leads all over the world and finding what had eluded most for centuries. There are dangers all around and Dan was willing to face them for the truth.  He was even willing to face up to the largest corporation in the world, Serenity.

This was an entertaining read that included many aspects from the news today. I enjoyed how these moments in history were given a new life.  This author is completely in a level of his own. He surpasses what people expect and gives us something truly individual. This book is a one of a kind read.  You will appreciate finding Stephen Perkins and his creative take on this world.

Where to find Sorcerers’ Dynasty: 

This work of fiction can be found on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle.

 

 

 

AudioBook Review: The Story of Atlantis by W. Scott-Elliot

The Story Of AtlantisThe Story Of Atlantis by W. Scott-Elliot
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

The book is interesting, there are references to even older books that tell the history of mankind. The concepts were based on several inhabited continents and islands that were close to one another near Greenland and had many different inhabitants. The movement of man around the world is explained as part of the people from Atlantis relocating and beginning civilizations all over the globe. The people from Atlantis according to William Scott-Elliot were red, yellow, black and white. There were men as tall as eight feet and some of the people had cone like heads and other small heads. Their hair were also different colors and textures. It is implied that this was the original eden.

The worship of all nations are supposed to be based from the religion of the parent continent.The author contends that the languages of Egypt and the Middle East came from Atlantis and the adjacent islands. Ireland was only inhabited by the Atlantis survivors. Many of the animals that live in Chili and America were speculated to be descendants of the animals from Atlantis. The horses were genetically engineered on this continent.

The author believes that the world has regenerated its self at least five times. There are interesting points and some that may be truth, but for now it seems to be speculation. There was too much speculation and not enough artifacts and proof for their ideas. I tend to believe that there probably was an Atlantis and I believe that these people could have helped to populate the earth. The other confusing thoughts did not make a lot of sense to me. The ideas of beginnings and ends of civilization seemed hard to accept. Even thought I did not believe every concept that was presented, It made me think, wonder and question. That is a good response to a book.

It is worth reading or listening to on Audio Books as I did. The narrator had a bit of an accent. Some of the words at first were hard to understand but once you get used to that accent, it becomes easier. Her voice is pleasant and her tone is steady.

If you are curious about Atlantis, then I think this is a good book to read or listen to, in order to get a different perspective.

Overall ***
Narration***
Story ***

This is available on YouTube as an Audiobook and is also available as a kindle book under the title of The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria at no charge. There is the book The Story of Atlantis by William Scott-Elliot, also available for $.99 on Amazon.

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