Genesis

As rumors swirl across the war torn lands of Eos of a possible Candidate the long prophesied savior of peace young Raden Nite finds himself unexpectedly chosen to discover the truth to these rumors Raden s top secret mission will send him and his closest friends on a heart pounding adventure through the mysterious Voras Mountains, the impenetrable fortress of Sargatum, aAs rumors swirl across the war torn lands of Eos of a possible Candidate the long prophesied savior of peace young Raden Nite finds himself unexpectedly chosen to discover the truth to these rumors Raden s top secret mission will send him and his closest friends on a heart pounding adventure through the mysterious Voras Mountains, the impenetrable fortress of Sargatum, and deep into strange new lands where dangerous enemies await.Meanwhile, on the other side of the Disputed Lands, Prince Aric sits third in line to the crown of Vicedonia Seeking to escape the overwhelming shadow of his elder brother, and to prove to his father, the king, that he is indeed a worthy successor, Aric embarks on a path into the darkest corners of Eos On his journey, he will encounter the sinister magic of the Dark Forest, the epic battlegrounds of Lake Raphia, and discover the harsh realities of what it truly means to be king.In the first book of the Prophecy Rock Series, fates will collide in this epic tale of action, loyalty, and love, where the ultimate meaning of true sacrifice will be discovered.
Genesis As rumors swirl across the war torn lands of Eos of a possible Candidate the long prophesied savior of peace young Raden Nite finds himself unexpectedly chosen to discover the truth to these rumors Ra

  • Title: Genesis
  • Author: T. Sae-Low
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  • Page: 181
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    About the Author

    T. Sae-Low

    T Sae Low was born and raised in Los Angeles, California The youngest of three siblings, his parents emigrated from Thailand to the U.S in the late 1970 s, setting up residence in a one bedroom apartment in the Koreatown District of L.A As a child, he spent his early Saturday mornings watching his favorite cartoons and playing video games with friends The rest of his time he spent reading and collecting comic books and anime with his older brother Inspired by titles such as X Men, Akira, and Robotech, he buried himself in these imaginary worlds, drawing his favorite characters and creating plenty of his own He transformed a corner of his family s small living room into his makeshift art station Mock covers of his favorite comics and magazines adorned the wall At school, his journals and homework were filled with doodles in the margins, much to the chagrin of some of his teachers As he grew older, his love for incredible stories led him towards a degree in history, where he found fact to often be amazing than fiction He graduated from UCSD with a degree in History and a minor in Education Shortly after, he received his teaching credential and has been teaching since, finding it to be a rewarding yet challenging profession, all the while continuing his love for brave new worlds with his insatiable appetite for books and graphic novels.His debut novel, Genesis, started as a simple idea In January of 2012, while eating dinner with a good friend and discussing possible New Year resolutions to commit to, he decided to write a novel, as opposed to other endeavors such as exercise that he knew he would eventually fail at Drawing on his love of ancient history and great civilizations, the foundation for Genesis began to percolate Soon after, he took a class on writing and began outlining the story One year later and Genesis is now complete, the culmination of all his creative endeavors, combining his love of history, storytelling, fantastical worlds and make believe into one grand adventure.

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    • DJ Harris said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      Genesis(Prophecy Rock Series #1) by T. Sae-LowHeartfelt thanks to the authour, T. Sae-Low, and GoodReads First Reads program for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book. I really enjoyed the book. It was good enough that my 13-yr-old son took it from me in the middle of reading it! I would RECOMMEND this book.

    • S.K. Gregory said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      A fantasy action adventure with some memorable characters and a solid story line. I would recommend this to young adults who I think would enjoy it.

    • Jalyn Ely said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      I don't usually read high fantasy, but for some reason, Genesis caught my eye. It could be because I don't read much high fantasy, and I haven't seen a good YA high fantasy in ages. Whatever the reason, though, I decided to read Genesis.I enjoyed Raden. He didn't have a jump-off-the-page noticeable personality, but he wasn't exactly a jump-off-the-page noticeable guy. He was more calm, logical…he had an almost geeky air, if I can call a soldier geeky. In fact, I was kind of surprised he was go [...]

    • Kristen Pham said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      As a huge fan of classic fantasy, I felt rewarded reading Genesis, the first book of the Prophecy Rock Series. T. Sae-Low has created a world that achieves the difficult task of making me feel like it could really exist, and a hero (Raden) that I related to and rooted for. I was really surprised to find that this is the author’s first novel, because it read like the novel of a more seasoned writer.I was hooked from chapter one with a story that is moving and different from other fantasy books [...]

    • Bart said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      Disclaimer: I got a free copy of this book from StoryCartel in exchange for an honest review. First, there's one thing I missed: a map. If you create an all-new world, include a map. Pretty please? This book is better than the cover suggests; I'm really glad I took the time to read it. While everybody here is complaining about Aric, I thought he was the most interesting character. Raden is just your typical fantasy protagonist, while Aric is much more interesting. He isn't just a whiny kid; he c [...]

    • Beccie said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      I was asked to read and review “Genesis”. This story was very interesting and unlike anything I have read before. I would classify it as a religious-inspirational fantasy. I enjoyed all the characters from both sides but Raden does stand out as my favorite. His strength and honor make him a great character. I wasn’t sure if I liked or hated Aric’s character. He’s a very spoiled, pompous man but at times I felt sorry for the way his family and kingdom treat him. I really didn’t like t [...]

    • chewy said:
      Oct 19, 2018 - 08:33 AM

      A nerd approved it and I concur!I was skeptical with the amount of reviews but noticed they were all high ratings and decided to give it a shot. If you like fantasy books, I highly recommend this read. No rAgrets. Not even a letter.

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