Beth's Review: To Find One's True Self: Isaac Rooks Trailwalker by J Pitts
Author Request/Kindle Unlimited
Released: March 16, 2016
Genre: Science Fiction, Epic Fantasy,
Length: 194 pages
Format: ebook, paperback
Do you believe there are parallel universes? Is it possible that Paradise is the core universe and many parallel universes radiate outward from that glorious home of the Creator? Is Paradise a universe illuminated by the light of Christ? If this is possible then it is surely filled with an endless number of worlds blessed by God with peace and love dominating every aspect of that Shanghai La. Lucifer the fallen angel turns his back on God and moves across many parallel universes looking for worlds to dominate and turn toward evil. When he arrives on Erebus he feels he has found just what he needs. A world betrayed by evil. A world ripe for taking. A world he will do anything to become master of.
Four Boundless Stars
This is not what I expected. Based on the title, I expected a deep philosophical discussion on how to find one’s true self; instead I got an exciting story of two mirror image citizens of two completely opposite planets. A great read! I was hooked from page 1; the opening was a perfect example of what readers can expect throughout the story. I loved the plot, the characters were well developed, and I was entertained until the end. To Find One's True Self: Isaac Rooks Trailwalker is an easy 4 Boundless Stars book.
The only negative was the manner in which some of the characters spoke. It seemed a bit unrealistic, and too formal for the characters current situations, and would have read more smoothly with more appropriate dialect.