Brandon Marlowe and the Darkness of the Light

Rated 4.91/5 based on 45 reviews
If you remember one thing, one thing at all, remember this: He is a Demigod who seeks to enslave all of humanity.

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About Eric Livingston

The Brandon Marlowe series is a story that I made up as I was moving from Oklahoma to Texas. The UHaul had no cruise control and storytelling made for good distraction from my stiff legs.

I started with the Spirit Snatcher, then the Alpha in the Omega, and the Darkness of the Light. The story has grown significantly from the original and I've become very fond of it. Recently, I've gotten preoccupied with other projects and such, so writing the fourth book has been slower. This is not something I do full-time, hence the option to buy the series free as I want readers more than anything. Although your money is always appreciated and welcome.

I've had relative success with Smashwords and at one point did break Top 100 Children's books on Amazon. This feat is made even more impressive due to my disdain of social networks. Nothing against the concept, it just feels like a chore to me.

If I were to see a future for my series outside of black and white I would love an animated series. If anyone out there knows a youtube/internet/comic individuals in need of a good story, have them contact me. I'd love to talk.

Also, if you notice any formatting errors in the books, please let me know. A good address to use is:

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Iris Garcia reviewed on Feb. 13, 2013

Eric Livingston's series is just the right medicine for those suffering from fantasy withdrawal. This series kept my children's noses (aged 10 to 17) in the pages and provided a great introduction to Greek mythology. The books are fast-paced and suitable for adults and children over the age of ten.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
Meli Gupta reviewed on Feb. 12, 2013

Rubbish! A waste of time!
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)
Ronald Gall reviewed on Feb. 8, 2013

Despite being incomplete, this was a fun series to read. The author combines good dialogue with an adventurous and original plot that keeps you reading.

On a side note, I was sad to see this book fall from the highest rated. I know it was one of the main reasons it came to my attention. It's clearly not for small-minded people who can only whine when a book challenges them.

I'll be telling everyone of my friends to read this series!
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
Kay Carter reviewed on Feb. 3, 2013

Great read! Lots of fun!
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)
Mi Song reviewed on Jan. 30, 2013

Have you ever wandered what happened to the Greek gods and their children? This book will explain it all.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Richard Faas reviewed on Jan. 17, 2013

This book was so much fun to read. I really liked Brandon Marlowe. The story has lots of adventures and the mythological creatures were fun to read about.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Richard Faas reviewed on Jan. 2, 2013
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I would recommend this book to anyone who likes Greek Mythology, adventure, surprises and battles.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Eric Gillean reviewed on Dec. 26, 2012

Fantastic series! A great adventure.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Christine Dorval reviewed on Dec. 18, 2012

(reviewed the day of purchase)
Amy Smith reviewed on Dec. 15, 2012

This book is a great mix of fantasy, adventure, and mystery. I enjoyed reading this book, and am really looking forward to the release of the next book. The setting of the book and the way the write described it, made it feel like I was really there. The story kept my attention through the whole book and it ended totally unlike how I expected it to end!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)

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