Friday, February 21, 2014

The Mother of Gardens Book One: The Redeemer's Tale (Volume 1) Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

In the finest tradition of the Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Beowulf, the Matrix, Gilgamesh, Shikasta and other epic visionary works; the Redeemer’s Tale is essential reading for fans of the genre. A nightmare parallel world, light years from our own but disturbingly close. Where order is perverted and the human race becomes the unwitting prey in a struggle between the forces of light and dark. A higher being chooses to enter this dystopia; to enact a final desperate rescue mission and prevent the entire Universe plunging into the abyss. This opening instalment of a compelling epic fantasy introduces a cast of intergalactic beings; gods and goddesses; tyrants and dictators, helpers, magi, watchers, psychic warriors, sinister servants of malevolence and their hapless victims. A child is born, a hero whose quest is to relearn who and what they are while remaining hidden. The child must be protected from the ruthless queen who has placed the world into suspension and isolation. En route there are friendships, passions, loves, masters and students. Discover an entire new world with its own history and legends where one child carries the hope of the future in a tale that entertains and enthrals.
Image of L P James

L P James was born into a dysfunctional setting in Birmingham, England in 1964. He left England at 16, underwhelmed and pretty unimpressed, setting off to see the world and make his fortune; convinced there had to be more to life than he'd seen up until then.

His wanderings took in many adventures throughout Europe, the Middle East and America and confirmed that there was indeed much more to life than he'd thus far experienced. People, places and situations he could never have imagined entwined themselves in his personal story. He developed a hunger for raw knowledge and extraordinary tales, which he gathered copiously and tried to distil into wisdom.

En route to where he is now he developed an eclectic career while obtaining under and postgraduate degrees in Philosophy, History and English. He writes stories that address some of the mysteries and enigmas of our existence and attempts to do so with a light touch, making it a little easier to grasp.

He currently lives in the heart of the beautiful and historic city of Vienna, Austria. Which he does happily with his family, and the ubiquitous cat and dog.

Cassandra's Review- Delve into another dimension of sorts in this thrilling and powerful story.  I like that you feel lost and  at the same time completely on track with this expertly written book.


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