Lords of Kobol: Book One: Apotheosis

Lords of Kobol: Book One: Apotheosis

by Edward T. Yeatts III

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BN ID: 2940011452680
Publisher: Edward T. Yeatts III
Publication date: 08/03/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 308,492
File size: 727 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Edward T. Yeatts III (call him "Trey") is a resident of Richmond, VA. He has been married since 1999 and a father since 2002. A lifelong fan of science fiction, various franchises of interest include "Star Trek," Star Wars," "Battlestar Galactica," "Lord of the Rings," "Dune," "Firefly" and quite a few more.

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Lords of Kobol - Book One: Apotheosis 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am fan of BSG so I enjoyed reading of this book. It seems that author took his time and studied BSG universe and created very nice plot. Connection made to BSG and Caprica is well done. But anyway I believe for people not watching TV series, this wouldn't be enjoyable book. Sure it would be written better, there were places where story was bad enough, so 3 stars. I am gonna read next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book had a slow start but quickly picked up the pace. It kept my interst throughout and can't wait to read book 2. I believe that you will get more out of this book if you have seen Battlestar Galactica.
ShaunC More than 1 year ago
First: I am a fan of the BSG series (though, I didn't see much of Caprica). The Lords of Kobol books were quite fun reading -- the tie-ins with Greek mythology were very clever and well-done. The story itself provided a very readable back-story to the BSG (and Caprica) television series. Highly recommended for BSG fans -- those not familiar with BSG may find themselves scratching their heads in bewilderment at times, as well as miss some fantastic tie-ins with the show. And there's still some unanswered questions at the end of book 3...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great read. Does the show and justice!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im not a fan of the new BSG tv show but I am def a fan now of THIS book series. When I first started reading I thought maybe this isnt for me...yeah right. Now Im off to book 2! Talk about an early Christmas present! Kudos and thanks to the author for making such great writing, and for offering it free!
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Stared off slow but became more and more intriguing
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Great fan fiction providing a plausible back story to the BSG Kobolian gods, and the legendary Thirteenth Tribe. It meshes well with the established story, though some parts were spotty, such as the origin of the gods, and who the humans were on Kobol before the gods came on scene. Perhaps that will be covered later? Looking forward to the next in the series.
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If you are a fan of the "BSG" franchise, then the whole trilogy will appeal to you! I had a quiet winter break and delved into all 4 over break form college and finished them all. Even without a background of "BSG" knowledge, if you have a knowledge of Greek and Roman political and religious structure, you should also find these books very entertaining!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im as big a fan of Lords of Kobol as i am of BSG. Well done. Look for my upcoming sci fi novel: A Pawn For The Havest by Jason Gillum. Time travel....super powers....and swordplay. Coming soon.
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Please dismiss my first rating. The story line is a little bit confusing because the chapters are named for all the greek gods, but the idea behind the story is good.
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