"All around the walls were covered by overflowing bookcases brimming with worn, tattered novels and plays, many seized from the lower floor library, having once been delivered by those missionaries who, in a time so long ago that even time itself had forgotten , sailed to the island and built the cathedral. Such an array of titles crowded those shelves, hundreds of old, faded covers beckoning forth with a billion worlds, endless escapes from cruel realities: open gateways to countless heroes and villains, wars and loves. In those old, yellowed pages were dreams, hopes and worlds to lose oneself in, an endless selection of universes to inhabit, all paths away from this world of uncomfortable truths."
Torn’s library in the island cathedral.
"Everything about this book is different from anything else you have ever read." Can’t Put it Down Book Review.
"The world literally comes alive under his skill, immersing the reader in this strange island world." CS Fantasy Review.
"The author wasn’t simply telling a story. He created, constructed and described a panorama of complex characters, actions and locations, which were carefully directed to evolve in a manner reminding me of past masters of fiction." Flying With Red Haircrow Review.
"To paraphrase Martin Lawrence’s character near the end of Bad Boys II ‘now thats you write! From now on, thats how you write!’" Books to Drink By Review.
From my first novel, Lilith’s Tears. The book is out now and available as: