Kevin Domenic has been writing fantasy novels since age fourteen. Born in 1980, Kevin grew up in Thomas Edison's hometown of West Orange, New Jersey. Now living in St. Louis and pursing his writing career, Kevin's goal is not to create books, but worlds.
When he isn't writing or working his full-time job, Kevin enjoys gaming, watching hockey, playing guitar, and of course, spending time with his wonderful fiance.
Although his current focus is the Fourth Dimension series, other unrelated projects are in the works as well.
on May 05, 2013 :
I was hesitant to read a book about childhood traumas, because I don't enjoy reading tragic stories. But after being given a coupon for this one, then letting it languish in my To-Be-Read folder for several months, I decided to give it a go. And I'm glad I did. The attitude and presentation made this a story of hope and redemption, instead of the heart-wrenching tragedy it would otherwise have been. Nicely done.
(review of free book)
Margaret Radisich Sleasman
on March 23, 2012 :
This book is a must read for those who are trying to understand rebellious kids. There are so many factors in a child's growth that cause their behavior to be bad, good, or indifferent. Kevin Dominic has written a novel that understands these factors; whether or not these are his life experiences doesn't matter, but he understands them better than most and is able to put the story in to a fantasy-novel form. The star character of the book shares his feelings about many things including the God who seems not to care.
My favorite quote from his book is: "The fact that there are Christians who do not follow God's commands does not mean that God, Jesus, the Bible, or Christianity must be lies designed to milk the public out of their cash. People are imperfect. We make mistakes. We make bad decisions. We don't always do what is smart, fair, or right. We are imperfect beings, and we always will be imperfect beings. None of that has any bearing on whether or not God and His Son are real or whether or not He loves us."
His imagination is wonderful and had me believing in time travel. This is not only a great Christian testimony, but a heart-breaking story of an abused child and the child's understanding of "why" bad things are happening to him.
I highly recommend this book, many of us have been though various abuses and many have not, but we can all understand our fellow human beings better after reading this novel.
(review of free book)