Another book review for you; I have been busy this month eh? 🙂 And still much more to come. But for now, let me introduce you to a newbie author. I always love being approached by new authors, people who can create new worlds and new characters. This book was no different.
I was approached by David Brevik to write a review for his new book, God’s Forsaken. I love a good supernatural, mythological, thriller. Something that will take me to another world and completely enrich my imagination.
David did very well bringing new characters to life; people who I were believable and enjoyable to read.
Before I say more about my review, lets see a bit more about the Author.
From his own words:-
Hello Internet, I’m David E. Brevik, aspiring author.
I have spent most of life traveling around America and seeing new things. I have no hometown, but who needs one when the world is such an incredible place to be in?
I started writing at thirteen and have kept on going ever since. I graduated from the University of North Dakota with a degree in anthropology. I’m still trying to find a way to use it.
I write two thousand words a day to bring life to new worlds; for me, mythology provides plenty of places to find new ideas.
I hope you enjoy my works!
About the Book
Michel is the Angel of Death, feared and revered by all. Nobody dares cross his path, until he meets Vipa, a strong-willed huntress who will not take no for an answer.
Forced into a deadly and reckless mission to destroy the forsaken God Tragun, Michel must learn to get along with Vipa and her team: a vampire and a humanoid lizard. With Lady Luck fighting against them, will they accomplish the impossible?
What secrets will they uncover along the way?
The pace of this story was written quite well, which helped to keep me intrigued from the beginning. I am always a fan of supernatural stories and this book appealed to me a lot. I loved the mix of characters and the interactions. The dialogue was well put together and it helped to build a bigger picture.
The story flowed really well and I enjoyed the drama that unfolded between the ‘unlikely’ team as they battle to take out the Forsaken God, Tragun. I loved the edginess of Michel, he was dark yet dependable. Definately someone I would want on my team! This was a fun read, I enjoyed reading the comical parts as well as the dramatic.
This was a good read from a new author. Give it a go, and leave the boy a review so he can see his work reaching an audience! This book deserves to be read!
Rating – 4 out of 5