Originally Posted by caleb72
Now - another indie effort. This time it's Martuk ... The Holy by Jonathan Winn. I've been looking forward to this as I put in on my read/review list before I read too far into the sample provided. I was taken with the language employed. I'm expecting this to be a literary fantasy with ties into the bible which should make for fascinating reading.
Loved this book!
You could possibly critique the story structure and the epilogue was a bit "Huh?". But otherwise, I was just lost in the beautiful writing. And the scenes featuring Jesus Christ were awesome.
It's one of those cases where I could overlook possible flaws because I was too busy being floored.
Looking forward to some more fiction from this author.
Now I'm moving onto another indie novel: Clay's Way
by Blair Mastbaum, a GBLT, coming-of-age romance set in Hawaii which could be interesting.
I love these books if they're done right so we'll see how it goes.