The Chronicles Of Jenson Quest - Chronicles 1-3

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Jenson Quest is an ordinary teenager with an extraordinary bloodline.
In this, the opening trilogy of chronicles, read The Rise Of Va'kaar, The Realms Of Jurrii, and The Cause, back-to-back in one single volume. More

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Words: 279,730
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781476006604
About J Bryden Lloyd

John Bryden Lloyd was born in the village of Llay near Wrexham in North Wales in 1969. Now in his 40's, and married with 6 children and a couple of dogs, he still works as a contracting CAD designer.

In 2011, The Rise Of Va'kaar was the first of the series of Chronicles involving Jenson Quest and the Great Drak. It took 18 months to write and although it was originally planned to be a stand-alone novel, the ideas and directions it inspired have spawned a possible 9-book series, the first trilogy of which is already available.
Book 2, The Realms Of Jurrii, was published in November 2011 and book 3, The Cause, in June 2012.

Along with the Jenson Quest series, he has also written The Zubot Master; a sci-fi series for younger readers. Part 1, Time Slip, was released in January 2012, and the second instalment, The New Age, is due out soon.

For those who prefer shorter works, Meet My Shorts! (a Series of Short Stories) was issued in February 2012, and Meet My Other Shorts! (a Series of Short Stories), in March 2012.

You can join the author at his blog
http://bryvstheworld.blogspot.com/

or on Twitter : @JQChronicles

or on Facebook : J Bryden Lloyd (Author)

There are more projects on the horizon, including two further Zubot Master books and two further Jenson Quest trilogies.

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Reviews

Review by: Dixie Goode on Aug. 10, 2012 :
I want to be up-front that I got this book as a gift from the author, but I did not promise him a good review. I had merely mentioned that, while I write young adult fantasy books, I love to read books like Ender's Game and Old Man's War and Timothy Zahn and The Star Wars extended Universe novels. I think that I have pretty demanding standards for what I expect from Sci. Fi writing and most especially when the book will consume a lot of my time. This Trilogy is a very long read, and I believe that every moment I was allowed to spend reading about Jensen Quest was a gift. I started reading and for the first several days I had a lot of free time and could not bring myself to stay away from my kindle. Then as the demands of my life kept coming up, I had to limit myself to a chapter at a time which only prolonged the pleasure. This story has heroes to cheer for, a villain who is fun to hate, and a lot of well crafted minor characters. The human race depends on a 17 year old boy to save them from an enemy they don't even know about, and as the Zyll swarm threatens, he must ally himself with a universe of protectors known as the Great Drak, while also looking for his lost father who he has only now learned was a hero of the Great Drak himself. This is a book I could recommend to my students without fear of the violence and profanity found in a lot of novels, but one with plenty of depth and adventure to recommend to my adult friends as well.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dixie Goode on Aug. 10, 2012 :
I want to be up-front that I got this book as a gift from the author, but I did not promise him a good review. I had merely mentioned that, while I write young adult fantasy books, I love to read books like Ender's Game and Old Man's War and Timothy Zahn and The Star Wars extended Universe novels. I think that I have pretty demanding standards for what I expect from Sci. Fi writing and most especially when the book will consume a lot of my time. This Trilogy is a very long read, and I believe that every moment I was allowed to spend reading about Jensen Quest was a gift. I started reading and for the first several days I had a lot of free time and could not bring myself to stay away from my kindle. Then as the demands of my life kept coming up, I had to limit myself to a chapter at a time which only prolonged the pleasure. This story has heroes to cheer for, a villain who is fun to hate, and a lot of well crafted minor characters. The human race depends on a 17 year old boy to save them from an enemy they don't even know about, and as the Zyll swarm threatens, he must ally himself with a universe of protectors known as the Great Drak, while also looking for his lost father who he has only now learned was a hero of the Great Drak himself. This is a book I could recommend to my students without fear of the violence and profanity found in a lot of novels, but one with plenty of depth and adventure to recommend to my adult friends as well.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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