Jason P. Crawford was born in Louisiana in 1981. His writing career began in 2012, when he sat down for some “writing time” with his wife and sister-in-law. He has always been fascinated by the magic in the real world, leading him to focus most of his efforts on urban fantasy and science fiction.
In addition to publishing his own work, he has spent time as a freelance writer, preparing articles and ghost-writing for others. In addition to Chains of Prophecy, Jason has completed The Drifter, a story about gods walking in the world of men, as well as Dragon Princess, describing the Princess Amalia Therald’s true heritage and her struggles to live up to it. His life as a husband, father, and teacher (as well as hardcore gamer) have opened up and nurtured a wealth of imagination and given Jason a tendency to flights of fancy, and those flights give rise to his work.
on Feb. 22, 2014 :
An interesting and engaging story about the eternal ethereal fight between good and evil, Heaven and Hell, God and the Devil.
Jason Crawford gives us a lesson in faith of biblical proportions as his main character Sam Buckland is a young go-getter with a good job and great prospects. But when his accountancy firm give him a new client his curiosity gets the better of him and his whole life changes.
Although there was occasionally a bit too much emphasis on the biblical history for my liking, and I struggled with the connection between the prologue and the main story until very close to the end, this was a very good story that followed a well constructed plot and is sure to please fans the paranormal genre.
Definitely worth a read.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)