Elysium Part Two. In A Landscape

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An esoteric broadcast, castaways, and the mysterious death of Richard Kelly ~ would that Mortehoe could always face such trifling concerns. As the seasons revolve and their new inhabitants grow comfortable with their surroundings, a new threat is looming, a threat that will change the old-world's future with fire and bloodshed. More

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About Kelvin James Roper

Kelvin James Roper is a freelance writer, author, artist, editor of The Locked Book Magazine, and co-host of the iBits podcast. He is also completeing a BSc Hons Degree in Psychology.

Winner of the BT Millennium Man competition, he writes for many online publications, specialising in consumer electronics and short fiction. His ebook, Elysium, is a three part novel that will conclude at the end of 2014, and is published by Tigermoth Books.

His latest project is an dark and epic fantasy to be published soon.

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Review by: Ted Scott on Feb. 09, 2013 :
Just finished this one and looking forward to the finale of the trilogy. Excellent characterizations seem to be the hallmark of this author. The story is strong if a little too mysterious for me at times. The only thing I could criticize is the unrelenting vicious sadistic streak that runs strongly through almost every character in the book. It just makes it a little unreal for me, though given the circumstances of the book I suppose it could actually be realistic.
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Review by: tatooinechick on Jan. 25, 2013 :
I finished this book tonight am an gutted that I'm finished! I feel so involved in the lives of the main characters that I will miss them while I patiently wait for Part 3. The plot is moving along at an exciting pace with a couple of wee twists thrown in for good measure. It's a while since I fell utterly in love with a series and new author but I have become obsessed with Elysium!
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