Divine Deception: The Will Traveller Chronicals

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Reincarnating as the murdered son of the Supreme One, the Will Traveller finds himself in a family squabble with a big difference. As Lord Robert, he finds that the Supreme One’s family rules the entire New World! His globetrotting mission to rally support takes him to fascinating cities and introduces a myriad of cultures, while he remains one step ahead of his very vengeful siblings. More

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Words: 96,540
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781301899647
About Robert James

Dr. Robert's life story reads very much like some of his novels. A rock 'n roll run-a-way at thirteen, he has travelled the world extensively in many professions. Blessed with many talents, Dr. Robert spent just over two decades as a performer in the music industry, before becoming an entrepreneur and creator of both audio and video productions. He holds a Bachelors in A/V and a Masters in Science Business Administration.

After a major heart attack in 1998, Dr. Robert ceased his business activities, began his current career as a novelist, and also began his Doctorate in Philosophy, which he graduated in 2005 at sixty years of age. Additionally, he holds a 16 year US patent for an 'improved computer game controller', which is soon to be launched. Having started out writing a post-apocalyptic situation comedy series for television, he is now well past his millionth word of fiction.

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Review by: Lewis Attrib on March 21, 2014 :
Divine Deception is one of six books in the Will Traveller Chronicals series. Robert, the hero of the tale, gives us a first person account of his adventures after finding himself transported to New World, a technically advanced Theocracy in which he has the identity of a member of the ruling family of despots and consequently granted god-like status.
He sets about exploring this exotic world, and despite the distraction of numerous women who lose no time in shedding their clothes and making themselves sexually available, he sets about righting the evils of the oppressive regime, pressing all the right democratic buttons even if his feminist agenda may be undeveloped.
In terms of style, characterization and even plot I was reminded a good deal of the 'golden age' of science fiction - when A E van Vogt heroes developed super powers and Edgar Rice Burroughs magically transported John Carter straight into the centre of the action on Barsoom. The sex too, through frequent, is not really explicit by 21st century standards.
So expect no profound challenges from Divine Deception, this is unashamedly a fast-paced adventure aimed directly at entertaining open-minded, (and broad minded) readers.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Alaina Stanford on Dec. 07, 2013 :
I enjoyed this creative thriller! I couldn't put it down. It's well written and very descriptive. I was captivated from the very beginning. It's full of suspense and intrigue with a touch of romance. Worth the read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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