Nomads The Fallen God

Rated 4.82/5 based on 18 reviews
The Fallen God is the second book in my Nomads of Gorn three part trilogy, it continues the travels of the Almadra started in my first book “Nomads of the Gods” Arn, Andra, Osh and the rest of the tribe travel to the forests of Caltarine, there they meet the Norgonie, the people of the forest who’s Queen Arn knows well, lots of action and adventure and a little romance, enjoy. More
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About Gary Mark Lee

Gary Mark Lee was born in Pasadena California in 1947; he graduated high school then went into the entertainment field. He worked for many special effects companies in the mid 1908’s then went into the theme park design business, he has worked for the Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers and Universal Studio’s and others.

Gary doesn't consider himself a writer but more of a story teller, "Nomads of the Gods" is his first effort at writing a full length novel.

Recently he has posted his second epic book "Nomads, The Fallen God" the book continues the saga of Arn and Andra and the tribe of the Almadra, this time the travel to the forest of the East and there face new dangers.

He and his wife live comfortably in the Riverside area of Southern California and enjoy watching old movies and having friends over to enjoy their extensive backyard where Gary has constructed a full size version of the Nautilus submarine from the Disney movie “Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea”.

Gary has written a number of movies scripts and short stories, all the illustrations in his books were done by him, Nomads of the Gods is the first in a three part trilogy, the second part, "Nomads the Fallen God" is now available for reading.

"JON-29" is as fast moving sci-fi adventure set in the far future, first in a series about the adventures of JON-29 and KT-7. warriors that fight for their lives against Scavengers and other dangers of their war torn world.

"The Golden Hall" is a very short collection of adventure and fantasy poems that he hopes you will like.

"COLOSSUS" is a science fiction short story set in the far distant future about an ancient robot and the strange series of events that take place was the sun rises.

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Reviews

Review by: Mark Sloan on June 30, 2014 :
OK. I just gave up after 75 pages. Although the spelling errors are not as frequent and comical as the first book, the misuse of commas and numerous sentence fragments make this very difficult to read.
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Review by: David Thompson on May 30, 2014 :
Reading the review by Mark Schultz, I'm hoping he read the version of TFG before it was proof read and edited by myself, uploaded late May.
The revised version may still have mistakes, I'm not perfect. As with NOTG I volunteered to do this because I thought the story was extremely good and deserved a good proofing. Not having read TFG, I was able to enjoy the read while proofing/editing.
Pity there's no way of contacting Smashwords' members for additional info. I found the storyline to be first class with some unexpected outcomes.
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Review by: CatlinDavis on April 22, 2014 :
I recently posted my review of the first book in this trilogy and I was eager to read the next chapter hoping that it would continue the story and add more information, I wasn't disappointed, this book continues the adventures of Arn and Andra and all the rest of the Almadra tribe, I have to say that I loved the return of the Darkman and the way he changed although not for the better.
The Norgonie were very interesting to me and Ishea their Queen was wonderful, I can't wait to read the last book in the trilogy, le's hope it comes out soon.
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Review by: Edward Morton on March 01, 2014 :
I read the first book in the series and found it very entertaining, now I read the second and it's just as good or better then the first, can't wait for the third one to come out.
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Review by: Jay Candar on Feb. 21, 2014 :
I loved the adventure and the imagination of the story, needs a little clean up on spelling and grammar but I would still put it as first rate.
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Review by: DouglasKingsinger on Feb. 12, 2014 :
A very good follow up to the first book, it carried the storyline along to the next level, I hope the third book will come out soon with a fitting ending to the adventure.
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Review by: janus harris on Feb. 08, 2014 :
A really good follow up to the first book, it continued the story and added more information about the Outlanders and their way of life, the forest Queen was my favorite because she started out one way then ended another, it kept my interest, I read the authors profile and it seems there will be a third novel in the series very soon, I'm sure it will be a good as this one.'
oh and I almost forgot, I loved the chapter drawings, very nicely done.
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Review by: Dave Soloman on Jan. 14, 2014 :
I recently downloaded the authors first Nomads book again and loved it very much, now that I finished the second book I loved the story even more, the journey of the Outlanders is wonderful, lots of action, interesting people and a real sense of great story telling.
although there were several different stories taking place I never got bored and couldn't wait to see what was going to happen in the next chapter. The story of the Nomads continued seamlessly from the first book and added to each of the characters greatly, I was surprised at the return of the Darkman and the backstory of the Norgonie Queen, I don't think I'm giving away to much to say that because the story has so much to offer you wont have to look long for more surprises.
if you looking for a great story you'll find it here, there will be some typo's and grammar mistakes but I read from the authors interview that the book is undergoing a proofread and that will only make it better.
adding to all this is the fact that the book is FREE, what more could you ask for?
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Review by: Ben Franks on Dec. 11, 2013 :
I read the first Nomads book and wanted to read this one, all I can say it that is was better then the first one! I really loved the adventure and the stunning visuals, some typo's but still a very good read.
I can't wait for the last book in the trilogy.
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Review by: Kim Smith on Oct. 12, 2013 :
I am an avid reader....can easily do a book a day. I enjoy taking the time with a really good read...and the Nomad saga is proving to be just perfect for that. Great to discover all that the planet Gorn has to offer. I look forward to more in this series.
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Review by: Etruscan on Oct. 11, 2013 :
I just finished reading the second book of the Nomads' saga. Very good writing. I am looking forward to the third book.
The only fly in the ointment is the lack of proofreading before publishing the book. Almost every page had mistakes that the spell check could not flag, such as statue & stature, site & sight.
However I could not put down the book and finished in 3 days.
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Review by: David Marks on Oct. 11, 2013 :
I started reading this book before the first one and had to stop and go back, now that I have all the info I love this book even more, can't wait for the third chapter.
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Review by: RJDavis on Oct. 09, 2013 :
I read the first book and was anguish to read the second and now that I have I can say that both books were really fun, the second book continues where the first one left off picking up the story of Arn and Andra and taking us to another part of the planet Gorn, the Norgonie were very interesting and the whole interaction of characters really held my interest.

Moving the characters from one place to another opens up lots of great new ideas and settings and you never know what's coming next, and the whole idea of Atos the mechanical war machine melding with the Shadowman was fantastic, opps, I hope I didn't give away to much? but there is plenty more and if you like big stories you'll like this one.
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Review by: Betty Rayan on Oct. 07, 2013 :
Like the other reviews I also read the first book Nomads of the Gods and loved it! now I read the second book and I can say that I loved it more then the first, Arn and Andra's adventures with the Norgonie was really exciting, and Ishea the Queen of the forest people was one of my favorite characters, I want to go into more detail but I don't want to give away the plot to much so lets just say that her wanting revenge on Arn was perfect for me, and Andra getting kidnapped and what happened to her in the Forbidden City was very exciting.

And let's not leave out Egmar, Osh and Endo, and all the new characters in the story, all of them had their own problems and how they were resolved was really interesting to me, all I can say is that if you like a good adventure story with lots of action and some very nice romance then you should read this book, but I also highly recommend that you download the first book or you won't get the full plot and believe me it will make reading this book all that much better.
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Review by: Bob Markus on Oct. 07, 2013 :
I spent the weekend reading The Fallen God, I read the first book so I was eager to read the next chapter in the saga, for me it was better then the first one! the whole story about the war machine coming to Gorn was really interesting, I love robots and machinery so it was a great read for me, I also like the way Endo grew up and his efforts to save his people.

And of course the whole interaction with the forest people, the Sagar cats, monsters and the forbidden city was wonderful, and I think I have to put in a word about the illustrations, you just don't find an writer who does their own chapter art, it was fun just looking at them, and to top it all off the whole thing was FREE! can't wait for part three.
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Review by: Etruscan on Oct. 05, 2013 : (no rating)
Looking forward to start reading this book. If it is as good as Nomads of the Gods it will be one heck of a ride.
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Review by: Margaret Whitesell on Oct. 04, 2013 :
I also read the first book of the Nomads trilogy and was looking forward to the next chapter, it's a great story with lots of romance and adventure, I'm a fast reader but the book is a long one but so far I really like it, I do suggest that you read the first book or you may not get the full scope of the story, thank you Gary for another fun time for me.
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Review by: Robert Johnson on Oct. 04, 2013 :
I just downloaded Gary Mark Lee's new book, I already read the first boot, "Nomads of the Gods" and loved it, I've only read a few chapters but I can say that his one is even better then the first, I will be spending the weekend devouring this new story and I'm sure it will be great! I look forward to the last book and hope it comes soon.
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