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Tony Breeden is an author, creation speaker, apologist and Gospel preacher from West Virginia, home of Mother's Day, the Mothman and the Flatwoods Monster. He is the founder of DefGen.org, CreationLetter.com and CreationSundays.com. He got the writing bug as a child when his late aunt Sharon helped him make his very first book about dinosaurs, vigorously illustrated in crayon. His spirit animal is Ray Harryhausen.
He published his first book, Johnny Came Home, on September 28, 2012.
Luckbane, the first novel in the Otherworld series, was published on Friday 13th of September '13.
He is currently writing the next Otherworld novel, Soulbright, the next John Lazarus adventure, John Lazarus: Mann from Midwich, and a children's book called The T-Rex and the Fuzzy Bunnies: A Bedtime Story for Boys.
You can find out more about his books at http://TonyBreedenBooks.com and on Facebook at http://facebook.com/tonybreedenbooks
Read excerpts of his books at http://wattpad.com/TonyBreeden
on May 29, 2013 :
Christian Sci fi?? I was unsure of what to expect, but what a thrilling story. Action packed from the very beginning with enough mystery and suspense to keep you hooked and turning the pages.
A town gripped in conspiracy and tyranny and now teenagers starting to understand they have superpowers accelerated by the towns governing company.
The names of course have biblical and mythological meanings: Lazarus , the hero, Pandora, unleashing all the terrible things she can find in people, Titan, the company acting over the town as a God like figure.
With all the action and sci-fi of comic book style superhero’s, the writer expertly and gently eases in the moral questions of faith and evolution and how peoples beliefs in the differing ideals motivate their belief in their place in society.
The back story which is essential is timely fed to us when we need to know it and how it affects the story at this point. It gives drive and essence to the actions and understandings our young heroes are facing in this tale of good versus evil, and deciding which side is actually which.
The character development was very well done. The main character incites a sympathy and identification in the reader, while keeping a dark and lonely hero, comparable to many comic book style heroes.
I highly recommend this book to any sci-fi and comic fan
(reviewed long after purchase)