Genesis (Prophecy Rock Series, Book 1)

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Raden and Aric are strangers, but sworn enemies they already are. As their destinies unfold, they suddenly find themselves at the center of an ancient prophecy. Each choice will leave the world of Eos shaken to its core. In the first book of the Prophecy Rock Series, fates will collide in this epic tale of action, loyalty, and love, where the ultimate meaning of true sacrifice will be discovered. More
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About T. Sae-Low

T. Sae-Low was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Youngest of three siblings, he spent his childhood buried in comic books, drawing his favorite characters and creating plenty of his own. Over the years, he translated his creative passion into writing. Genesis is his debut novel. He has worked in videogames, recruitment, fundraising, and is currently teaching third grade. He lives in Los Angeles with his dog Oscar.

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Review by: Kristen Pham on July 14, 2013 :
As a huge fan of classic high fantasy, I felt rewarded reading Genesis, the first book of the Prophecy Rock Series. T. Sae-Low has created a world that achieves the difficult task of making me feel like it could really exist, and a hero (Raden) that I related to and rooted for. I was really surprised to find that this is the author’s first novel, because it read like the novel of a more seasoned writer.

Sae-Low hooks you from chapter one with a story that is moving and different from other fantasy books I’ve read. Even though he uses classic fantasy concepts like prophecy and being chosen, he has a unique twist that makes his story feel fresh. In particular, his poetry and prophecies extremely well-written and sophisticated.

One of the other things that I particularly appreciated was the skillful, natural way that Sae-Low included female characters in his story. Not a token love interest, but powerful women, both good and morally questionable.

My only two nits with Genesis were that I wanted to see the romance aspect of the story be a little more rounded out with a few surprises, and to see the villain’s (Aric’s) character dialed back a little bit. At times he felt a bit cartoonish toward the beginning, though by the end he was pretty believable, though not very frightening. I’m hoping as the series continues that Aric continues to develop. It’s cool to see a character arc for the villain as well as the hero of the series, however, something that I haven’t seen done as much.

This story has the makings of an enjoyable epic that I intend to follow. I’m looking forward to seeing how Raden tackles the obstacles in his way, and am already hungry for the next book in the series.
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