Bluewater

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Author Jules Kincaid created the fantasy world of Bluewater--and suddenly Bluewater came to life, and brought with it threats from the ancient gods! More

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Words: 31,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452339955
About Shelby Vick

Born in 1928 and have been writing since I was seven. Sold five short stories at 19, sold four paperback action books around 1960, and have pubbed many of my own stories on my emagazine, Planetary Stories, which is over five years old. Just pubbed issue 20. Blind in one eye. Pretty good health otherwise. Widower. Spend about ten hours a day on my computer, seven days a week.

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Review by: Jeff Powers on Jan. 01, 2012 :
Jules Kincaid is a successful writer. His ‘Bluewater’ series of fantasy novels have made him wildly popular as a maker of modern myth. When a new powerful supercomputer answers the question: ‘Why do things happen as they do?’ by stating that ‘An infinite power is responsible’, many people take it as a sign from science itself, that the existence of God has been proven beyond all doubt. The primeval stories of the gods are given new life. Religious institutions experience a resurgence of interest in their doctrines and practice. Kincaid who has struggled with his beliefs remains skeptical as to the true implication of the computer’s answer. But when a plethora of ancient mythological gods began to actually materialize around the world and when Kincaid’s own fictional ‘Bluewater’ god, Rittle, son of Lluni shows up to greet him at the door of his apartment to tell him his other goddess Miral needs his help the exciting adventure begins.
This novel by highly regarded Science Fiction/Fantasy writer and editor Shelby Vick is not only great entertainment, it is thought provoking entertainment. Beautifully written, it reminds me of both Samuel Delany’s, Nebula Award winning, ‘The Einstein Intersection’ and John Updike’s faith quest, ‘Roger’s Version’. ‘Bluewater’ is itself a superb modern fable and its story, style and success as a plot stand up with the best works of Delany and Updike. ‘Bluewater’ is a delight and a novel you will long remember. –Jef Powers jefpowers01@gmail.com
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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