Sons of God, Daughters of Man: A Novel

Sons of God, Daughters of Man: A Novel

by Joseph R Grych

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ISBN-13: 9781410700254
Publisher: Author Solutions Inc
Publication date: 03/28/2003
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.84(d)

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Sons Of God, Daughters Of Man: A Novel 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This author paints a vivid picture of another world, without forcing the reader to endure endless 'descriptions'. The imaginative storyline, believable characters, and visual writing made this a very good read for me, a hard-core scifi fanatic. Though I am not much of fantasy fan, this book should also appeal to many fantasy readers. I was quickly drawn into the story, and it kept my interest throughout. I finished it wishing there was more. A welcome departure from the usual. Very original. Book Description [from the back cover]: 'A portal led mankind to a new world which they named Pangea. While what remained of the demon-like natives were forced to retreat underground, the men from Earth proliferated. People lived simply in rustic villages resembling a blend of the medieval and the old west. In contrast, there is an advanced city using subliminal training to ready its army for an unknown cause. The original natives from the depths of Pangea violently seek to reclaim their world. Puritanical superstitions in the villages result in intense discrimination against what could be¿or not be¿the descendants of man and angel. The issue of what it means to be different in an intolerant society has been woven into a futuristic tale of horror and new age. Characters spun from a simple quote from Genesis struggle for their lives on a world with four moons, only to find themselves face to face with diabolical evil in a startling conclusion. A young man seeks shelter from the rain and finds himself on the doorstep of kind individuals. He is Lyle Rhodes, a messenger and a guide in Eastern Gondwanaland, Pangea¿and he finds himself on the strangest journey of his life.'
Guest More than 1 year ago
This author paints a vivid picture of another world, without forcing the reader to endure endless 'descriptions'. The imaginative storyline, believable characters, and visual writing made this a very good read for me, a hard-core scifi fanatic. Though I am not much of fantasy fan, this book should also appeal to many fantasy readers. I was quickly drawn into the story, and it kept my interest throughout. I finished it wishing there was more. A welcome departure from the usual. Very original. Book Description [from the back cover]: 'A portal led mankind to a new world which they named Pangea. While what remained of the demon-like natives were forced to retreat underground, the men from Earth proliferated. People lived simply in rustic villages resembling a blend of the medieval and the old west. In contrast, there is an advanced city using subliminal training to ready its army for an unknown cause. The original natives from the depths of Pangea violently seek to reclaim their world. Puritanical superstitions in the villages result in intense discrimination against what could be¿or not be¿the descendants of man and angel. The issue of what it means to be different in an intolerant society has been woven into a futuristic tale of horror and new age. Characters spun from a simple quote from Genesis struggle for their lives on a world with four moons, only to find themselves face to face with diabolical evil in a startling conclusion. A young man seeks shelter from the rain and finds himself on the doorstep of kind individuals. He is Lyle Rhodes, a messenger and a guide in Eastern Gondwanaland, Pangea¿and he finds himself on the strangest journey of his life.'