Ebook Review: The Marvelous Neverland of Oz

marvelous_ozThe Marvelous Neverland of Oz by Ron Glick

Wonderland and the Looking Glass World have been joined to Oz, saving three faery lands from destruction – but nothing is as simple as this when the Cheshire Cat is involved.

Meanwhile, the March Hare leads a renegade army from Wonderland and Mombi plots to bring even more chaos in an effort to escape Oz. Glinda must delve into her own past – but will what she discovers require the greatest sacrifice of all? And as three magical realms seek to find balance, an eternally young boy makes his way to Oz with secrets of yet another faery world – Neverland.

With a faithful eye to the original Baum, Carroll and Barrie classics, The Marvelous Neverland of Oz launches the next exciting chapter in the modern classic Oz-Wonderland series.

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Ebook Review: Three (Book 3 of The Godslayer Cycle)

three_ron_glickThree by Ron Glick (Book 3 of The Godslayer Cycle)

Everyone has a past that affects their present – but not many have their present affect their past.

The latest sword has awoken, but it is unlike any of the others that have come before. Three is not a sword that controls perception or elemental power, but instead gives its wielder mastery over time itself. What better way to destroy a Godslayer than to send him to a time before he ever was one?

And without the Godslayer in the present, who can possibly stand against a conspiracy of immortals seeking revenge against their errant parents, the Gods themselves?

Three is the third volume of the Godslayer Cycle, the nine book epic destined to redefine the power of divinity within fantasy fiction forever.
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Ebook Review: The Wonderful Alice of Oz

wonderful_alice_ozThe Wonderful Alice of Oz (Third Volume of Oz-Wonderland) by Ron Glick

Three Wicked Witches vie for control of the Magical Land of Oz, while the Wizard appears no closer to solving the mystery of how to return the former Wyrds to Wonderland. But Glinda’s secret may shift the balance in an entirely unforeseen direction! Meanwhile, a quest beyond the Looking Glass may have gleaned more than anyone was hoping for when Dorothy’s return from that magical realm attracts the attention of a new player in the conflict…

Written with a faithful eye to the original Baum and Carroll classics, The Wonderful Alice of Oz concludes the first story arc of the series, while setting the foundation for the next chapter to unfold.

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Ebook Review: Credara, Rise of the Kraylen

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Set thousands of years after Lucifer and his Kraylen horde fell to the might of the Sitcian Angels during the Great War in Heaven, the time comes for the Kraylen to rise again.

With Lucifer locked away in Hell by the power of the Credara, his fallen angels are living disguised as mortals after being cast out of heaven. Among the humans they’ve dwelled for thousands of years, plotting treachery against God and the demise of mankind. It is only when the Elders of The Holy Order of God realize that the Kraylen have initiated their deadly plan for revenge against God and mankind, that they also realize that there is only one, an insubordinate monk named Agean, who can defeat them. Only then do they reveal to Agean what they have known all along—that he was born God’s warrior and is the chosen one to wield the power of the Credara, a powerful heavenly urn, against the Kraylen.

Having known only a tortured life as a monk of the Holy Order of God and the mysterious nightmares which torture his sleepless nights, a tragic chain of events pushes Agean forward toward his Godly destiny, even after discovering a sinister truth involving his own dark past with the leader of the Kraylen army. With a team of chosen warriors, a heavenly hawk as his guide and the Credara as the key, Agean must solve a dangerous puzzle to defeat the Kraylen before time runs out. Along his dangerous journey, Agean will discover that before he can become the hero of God’s kingdom and mankind, he must first defeat his own demons.

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E-Book Review: The Emblazoned Red

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The Emblazoned Red by Dawn McCullough White

Once, in another world—a dark world, the world of Faetta—there lived paladins and pirates, tyrants and scallywags, vampires and the undead. In this world a revolution is brewing. The royalty of Sieunes are in chains, and those priests and paladins who follow the holy word of the gods are under attack. In the west, the kingdom of Kellerhald receives the fleeing priests in their temples of the paladins of Silvius, god of the Sky.

Here, a young woman has just passed her tests to become a paladin. A pirate crew raids along the Azez Sea. An undead creature, wielding great power, roams the graveyard of Yetta. And a lost soul, crying out from beyond the veil, seeks out a pure hearted warrior to hear its plea.

Amid the turmoil of the revolution, Ilka’s mettle is tested. Rescued by pirates, she ends up with an unlikely ally: the pirate captain himself. The newly trained paladin finds herself collaborating with the undead, working with a vampire, and worst of all, longing for revenge against the man who has ignited the revolution in Sieunes: Francois Mond… Continue reading

E-Book Review: Tarinel’s Song


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Tarinel’s Song 
by Ron Glick, illustrated by Eda Christianson

The world will end with the sounding of Tarinel’s Song – or so the prophecy claims. Yet when the prophecy is fulfilled and the world continues on, it becomes clear that there is more to the prophecy than is commonly known. 

The fate of the world rests upon the shoulders of mismatched individuals drawn towards what seems to be the center of the crisis – a city at the heart of an empire, sealed off by magic beyond even the power of the Gods to control. But even if they are able to overthrow an unknown power within the city walls, will they be able to put an end to the chaos this harbringer portends?

Tarinel’s Song is set in the world of Na’Ril, the epic setting for The Godslayer Cycle. This first in a three book series explores how deities have evolved in another part of the world, and sets the foundation for events that will effect the world as a whole. Continue reading

E-Book Review: One

One by Ron GlickOne by Ron Glick, illustrated by Pamela L Phelps

For generations, the Gods have been at war. Two rival pantheons, the Old Gods and the New Order, have been vying for the faith of the mortal realm. Bound by the covenants between mortals and themselves, the Old Gods have all but vanished from the land. Now Malik, the God of War and Peace, has devised a plan to champion the war and win back the faithful they have lost. He has created nine swords, each a godslayer in its own right, designed to be given unto the faithful, with the mission to seek out and slay the Gods of the New Order! However, even the best laid plans of a God can go awry, and the swords were cast into the mortal realm, ensorceled in a prophecy that has bound the Gods to a new set of rules, a set that requires their creating a mortal agent in the world to seek out the swords and assure their purpose be carried out.

Nathaniel Goodsmith becomes the selected agent of the Old Gods, a reluctant Avatar required by the Gods to seek out their weapons before they can fall into the hands of the New Order. However, though his mother was a devoted druidess, Nathaniel owes no allegiance to the Gods. The last thing he wishes to do is to abandon his family and home and travel across the countryside at the bequest of Gods long-since thought dead. But the machinations of the Old Gods have not left Nathaniel able to easily walk away from his destiny, and in the end, it may take a loss greater than he can bear to compel him to aid the Gods in their foolish war.

“One” is the first in an ambitious nine book cycle, containing within itself a trilogy of trilogies. The nine swords of the Old Gods are waking and once their existence becomes known, forces from across the world will be vying for the swords powerful enough to slay Gods. If Nathaniel does not rise to his destiny, it could be the end of the world – or at the very least, a world at war!

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