Ether's Caprice

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A chief Tibetan monk becomes the ace of a movement against the oligarchic government of 2064. He becomes a quarry, in turn endangering his protectors’ lives. He finds the people not only suffer from spiritual darkness but are also at risk of a syndrome. Deciding to do more than praying, he walks away, sending himself to a huge struggle—a battle to protect, not his light, but his darkness . . . More

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About Jed Santos

Jed Santos was born in Taytay, Rizal, and is a graduate of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines’ Department of Journalism, class 2009. As a writer, he’s had extensive experience producing content for companies in the auto, SEO, tourism, and online education industries. He also has experience editing manuscripts for an American vanity publisher. He currently works as a copyeditor at an online news aggregator site. His craft aside, three of his most loved commodities in the world are melodies, solitude, and fish crackers. He decided to become an author in Dec. 2014, around the time he got his vision for his first book, “Ether’s Caprice.” That hard work promotes contentment is his golden nugget from fiction writing. He currently lives in Pasig City, Philippines.



Review by: Issa Soner on July 17, 2016 :
The novel is an easy and smooth read, you wouldn't even notice that you've already reached half of the story.

The storytelling is so concise, which didn't compromise the imagery. You can clearly see what's happening and feel what the characters are feeling. It made me cry a lot of times and also inspired me to learn more about meditation. More than the plot it's the new ideas that will surely make you read the novel up to the last page.

I like the story for the realizations I got while reading it. It emphasizes that true power comes from one's self-belief and that our battles are won best within.

The twists are really interesting!

The main character's calmness is infectious. Very effective characterization. I love reading it while drinking coffee. The formatting is also mobile friendly.

Over all, a 5 star debut novel. I'll definitely be waiting for more titles!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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