Prelude

Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 review
Deus, the creator of the universe, is almighty and powerful—until he uses his abilities to mold a companion. His newest creation, Starr, proves to be as wild as the animals that inhabit Terra. There's no controlling her. To make matters worse, she hates Deus. So what's the one boy in the universe to do when the one girl in the universe loathes him? The only illogical thing to do. He falls in love.
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About Nely Cab

Nely Cab is a Writer of stuff, a Master Coffee Drinker, a Food Maker & Eater, an Imaginary World Conqueror, and an Air Breather. She talks to herself--a lot--in her South Texas home while she plots stories about fantasy worlds and sips coffee from a pitcher. She's known for cooking far too much food and has a tendency to overdo...well, everything. It is rumored that she is fabulous. Nely Cab is the best-selling author of the Creatura series.

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About the Series: The Creatura
Some girls would agree that meeting the boy of their dreams would be amazing… unless he happens to be the monster that haunts their nightmares. When David, the Greek god of dreams, suddenly appears in seventeen-year-old Isis’ life everything changes, including her. Mystery and romance unfold in an adventure that will have you wondering what the future holds for David, Isis, and the rest of the world. Love might be the key to saving the ones Isis loves, but it’s a lot more complicated when that same love is lethal.

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Reviews of Prelude by Nely Cab

Jnana Hodson reviewed on July 8, 2019

I've heard that ancient Greek mythology is unique in having no Creation stories (not that I've tried confirming the claim), but this book attempts to shape one that spills over into our own time. Of course, Nely's cosmos is only vaguely about polytheistic faith but very much about humanity itself – passions and conflicts, especially, but also our shortcomings, including aging and death. And, yes, there is a lot dealing with sexuality. Her two central immortals are as tangled, it seems, as the couple in the Bible's Garden of Eden, except that her Deus and Starr go in a different direction. Nely's dream-like mythos is ultimately earth-focused, rather than cosmic, preparing to take its next steps in south Texas, of all places.
(reviewed 18 days after purchase)
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