Reluctant Gods III - Reset

Reluctant Gods III - Reset

by A J Aaron


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ISBN-13: 9781484828823
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/26/2013
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

I wrote my first book, "A New Reality - A Wake up Call to Life's Mysteries" because I had a true story I had to tell. It developed from an envelope of notes and scraps of papers collected over time from strange happenings. Being educated as an engineer and very pragmatic, I had to find answers to the occurrences. When answers arrived to every question, I had to tell the story.

I enjoyed writing the first book so much I wanted to write another but without the restriction of it being a true story. That's when I wrote, "Reluctant Gods" by asking, "What if?" The story is fantasy fiction with a set of characters who became like real people to me, each with their own quirks, flaws and personalities. I'd laugh as I wrote and pictured them interacting as if they were real and in front of me.

The feedback on the second book motivated me to stay with it and to create "Reluctant Gods II - The Demon Seth" which is now out. I hope all of you get the chance to take a look at it and let me know what you think.

My goal now is to find more time to write and spread the pleasure of a fun, entertaining story to as many readers as possible.

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Reluctant Gods III - Reset 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Carine Engelbrecht for Readers' Favorite Reluctant Gods III - Reset by A.J. Aaron is the third in a sequence that explores the concept of destiny and multiple timelines. After being tragically parted from his beloved Leyna in a past life, Sevilen casts a powerful spell to enable their reunion at a future date. This happy outcome falls apart through the designs of the demon Seth. Do the main characters manage to thwart him? The answer is yes and no, leaving a confusing tangle of different universes, each with its own set of problems and complications. To save the world (or worlds) they care about, the main players have choices to make and time is running out. It may seem simple, but it isn't. The slightest change of circumstances can give birth to another multiverse, with different cultures, different problems, different politics and even different types of relationships between the main characters. Take a roller-coaster ride on destiny as the main characters experiment to find the best of all possible outcomes. You will certainly recognize a Biblical angel or two, but will you be comfortable with the guise they wear in this story? If you are willing to be open-minded to concepts such as parallel realities and you don't mind a little religious irreverence here and there, you will probably enjoy this slightly chaotic exploration of an ever-shifting universe. If you are unfamiliar with the idea of different timelines, born out of different actions, you will probably end up a little confused. Relationships change as worlds do, and keeping track of a complicated and tangled web of intrigue might prove challenging. Readers who enjoy philosophical debate about the nature of life, the universe and the role of free will in determining our destiny, should find plenty to chew on when reading Reluctant Gods III by A.J. Aaron. For the most rewarding reading experience, you may need to familiarize yourself with other books in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the third and final novel in the Reluctant Gods series and I really enjoyed it. It was another fast read due to its interesting takes on the future and good versus evil. I am usually not a big sci-fi reader but the characters kept me intrigued enough to want to see how their stories unfold.
Lady_Amethyst More than 1 year ago
Although I have not enjoyed book 2 or 3 near as much as book 1 all of them have there moments. This book has everything the previous ones did; myths, legends, religion, sex, alcohol, good decisions vs bad decisions, etc... There was something quite interesting about this book. The future and realm aspect is a different take that I enjoyed very much. Like the last book there were areas that were hard to follow which makes it hard to read at times. If you are looking for something that is futuristic, and are not easily offended you can enjoy this book. However, I do not know many people that I would be able to recommend this to.
nlnugen More than 1 year ago
Take a step into the future, like 2050 future. This book shows that the more things or situations change, the more the god-qualities stay the same, even over a 500 year period of time. Some of the friends are rather of the... issues "make interesting bed fellows" variety. I would still recommend this book though It seemed to drive along and then jolt into a another realm. Fantasy readers will thrive on the movements, romance readers not so much. I would still recommend this author overall.
mebookreader More than 1 year ago
It was okay. It might be more appealing to people who are into past lives & science fiction. Kind of like a time traveler movie except here you get to read about it with more romance & people relationships.
Jihanef More than 1 year ago
this book not only deals with fantasy and mythology but science fiction. Who doesn't love a good time travel and save the world story.