The Amulets of Sihr

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Amidst corrupt leaders, ruthless assassins, devious sorcerers and cutthroat thieves, an ancient evil takes form. A Blacksmith inherits a dark gift from his father, plunging him into a world never before seen More
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About Abu Bilaal Yakub

Kenyan born, Canadian author began writing short stories, songs, and poems since he was 12 years old. After earning an apprenticeship with Mercedes Benz, he studied Mechatronics Engineering for two years before specializing as a Diagnostics Technician for the global luxury vehicle manufacturer.

With a love for graphic design, film-making, animation, and music, he channeled his creativity into pen and paper and began writing his first novel. After nearly ten years of working on his manuscript, he finally makes his debut with The Amulets of Sihr, an Epic Fantasy combining fact and fiction, controversy and concurrence, embedding some of his own experiences with the occult and unseen into a stunningly immersive anecdote.

He is open to constructive criticisms, intellectual discussions or just a fancy chat!

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Andre Michael Pietroschek reviewed on Aug. 4, 2020

The Amulets of Sihr, written by Abu Bilaal Yakub:

A story of desert realms, shifting sands, despicable "normalcy" of slavery, Jinn, treachery, and Sorcery! Appreciated, but with some flaws, which can spoil reading it.

To me the descriptions & standard dialogues failed to outmatch narrating & storytelling. It is, by now, what each 99 cent fantasy novel dishes us across hundreds of pages.

A general's duty to oppose the dark prince (Shaitan, Sauron, Hitler...) of his age, a city of the dead with secrets, dangerous witches & torture... Could be a saga, and reminds of a time, when no crusades and no racism impaired those exotic cultures and oriental mindsets.

I was asked to review by #Smashwords. I would say only 3 stars, but I vote 5 stars, so others can judge it. Thanks for granting me a cost-free copy!
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)

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