Mark A.J. Cristobal

Biography

Studied BS Computer Science at the University of Perpetual Help Rizal, Las Piñas City, Phillipines. Born October 7, 1981 with no siblings and became a father on August 28, 2005. Currently working as a freelance on-line writer and a starting to become a novelist.

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Books

Star Wars - Biggs
By Mark A.J. Cristobal
Price: Free! Words: 13,110. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2013. Category: Fiction
Biggs Darklighter; Hero of the Rebellion, one of the original members of Rogue Squadron and the bestfriend of Luke Skywalker. Witness his life, adventure and heroism the way it has never been told before. From the author that gave you the fan fiction Artoo Detoo: Droid of a Kind (Volume 1), we present to you; Star Wars: Biggs. Enjoy reading and May the Force be with you all, always.
Aunt May's Kitchen
By Mark A.J. Cristobal
Price: Free! Words: 13,100. Language: English. Published: December 17, 2012. Category: Fiction
(5.00 from 1 review)
This is a collection of short stories centralized in the Parker Residence. This is a fan fiction and is in no way official and licensed, it’s not even wholly canon. Aunt May Parker, Peter Parker, Spiderman and other characters in the story are properties of Marvel and their respective creators, and are only used here for narrative purposes. Visit my Facebook page; The Mark A. J. Cristobal Novels
The Last Scrolls of Syrock: The Ring of Ferion
By Mark A.J. Cristobal
Price: $5.00 USD. Words: 29,850. Language: English. Published: August 27, 2012. Category: Fiction
King Ferion the great ruler of Meadowland has been betrayed and cursed. A stranger came revealing that the cure is the King's stolen Dragon Ring and for six long years many men from various kingdoms went and perish seeking it. Then a vision came to the Princess and the last batch of champions sets forth. It was a journey of adventure, perils and death and their quest to find the Ring of Ferion.
Star Wars - Artoo Detoo: Droid of a Kind (Volume 1)
By Mark A.J. Cristobal
Price: Free! Words: 145,800. Language: English. Published: May 8, 2012. Category: Fiction
0.25 star(4.33 from 6 reviews)
Ever wonder where R2-D2 came from, how he came to be in Naboo, what made him special, why he seemed to have more personality and sense of creativity than any other droid of the same make and model? Witness the adventures of Star Wars' most beloved and iconic droid R2-D2 here in my first fan-fiction novel! Don't forget to RATE and REVIEW! Thank you and May the Force be with you all, always!

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  • Star Wars: Awakening on Feb. 28, 2012
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    Eight 5 Stars versus a single 2 Stars. This review of mine will be the 9th 5 Stars so ignore the minority because I, a fellow writer assures everyone that this is worth your time whether or not you are a Star Wars fan. Dave the author of this wonderful novel and I have different writing styles but that doesn't mean we don't agree. Star Wars Episode I: Awakening IS a very good substantial worth reading novel. Empty your cup, as the saying goes because everything you know about Episode I will be changed here. I can not divulge the contents of this novel, it's for you to find out but I can speak about its essence. The mere fact that a person like Dave could conceptualize and complete such a challenging project like this is testament enough of the depth of the novel. I have started reading this book since before the full version was released, I have personally promoted it to literally hundreds of Star Wars fans in the past months, this book is an astounding fresh point of view take for the humble beginnings of our beloved trio Anakin, Obi-Wan and Padme. Forget what you know about Episode I because this novel will take you to an entirely new angle of how might or should the Star Wars saga begins. The characters each have their blending, the lines and series of events unfolding compliments each other creating a solid plot that is deserving of Star Wars quality. It is a novel both in technical and layman's term and standard. It is not and never a poorly written gibberish because an intelligent man created this intelligent story. It's not a rag, it's a silk as smooth and majestic as the glamorous wardrobes of Padme Amidala. There will be no wasted time at all in reading this extraordinary novel. This book deserves the same respect if not greater value as the official Star Wars books. It's even way better on some that I've read. It's free yes, but even if Dave charge a hundred dollars for this, I'll work myself to get this book because it is that worth it. The Force is strong in this book and let no one say otherwise. And Dave, I can't wait to see Episode II. God bless and more books to come!
  • Star Wars One on July 05, 2012
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    The author's writing style is admirable and the story itself is great. Though short, it is compact and deep. As a fellow Star Wars fan fiction writer, Star Wars One is a must have for all Star Wars fans! I salute Mortimer Jackson for this great story and like my friend Dwayne said, I too would be craving for more of your SW stories. I am a page owner of several Star Wars pages on Facebook and as a token of appreciation for your impressive work I will promote your novel on these following Facebook Pages: Star Wars Pilipinas, Star Wars Fanbase, Star Wars Fan Arts, Star Wars Page Alliance, Luke Skywalker Archives, Leia Organa Archives, Padme Amidala Archives, Darth Maul Archives, Sith Happens, Fanboys Fanpage, The Geek Mythology, Pixel Dust Studios, M.C. Comics Philippines, Art's Arts, The Mark A.J. Cristobal Novels and James Bond Prime. That should help spread word about your awesome novel!
  • Star Wars: Split Horizons on Oct. 01, 2012
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    RIVETING! David Gremillion, author of Star Wars - Awakening have outdone himself this time in the his sequel Star Wars - Split Horizons! The events that has transpired in the first book have been justifiably taken to the next level. The plot and the execution is superb, worthy among the ranks of the best fan fictions by far. I wouldn't even be surprise if he will one day write an official novel for Star Wars itself! There is NO disappointing here, all those characters you have come to love from the Awakening have all evolved and were equally given their deserve spotlight. Suspense, explosive scenarios and revelations from beginning to end will keep you hooked the moment you start reading it. The only left to say is that I can't wait for the finale!
  • Star Wars: A Certain Point of View on March 16, 2013
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    The story of Khian is a mystery for those who have read Awakening and Split Horizons. The character had given hints of his past but just barely. Anakin's life prior to meeting Aiya Rios and the origin of that pretty Twi'lek Oreana is also a very interesting area to explore. And here they are, three of the most interesting characters from the two previous books of this wonderful author, out at last. I will not elaborate because I don't want to give away spoilers but all I can say is that each story is a page turner. Like our experience with Awakening and Split Horizons, once you start reading you won't be able to stop and when you do you can only say MORE! An awesome read and fresh new look at Anakin, Khian and Oreana. Having said that, I can't wait for the conclusion of David Gremillion's trilogy.