The CW Chronicles:

The CW Chronicles: "Sinners"

by Silvano Williams

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The CW Chronicles: "Sinners" by Silvano Williams

"Sinners" is the pilot episode to the fictional animated series The CW Chronicles, a saga of cosmic proportions!

Narrated by Vlad, these events take place in the outskirts of a different place, a different universe, an alternate reality. What is referred to as a dimension. This particular dimension is called the Weirdiverse, and Villain, the Champion of Chaos, is on the verge of destroying it.

Villain has found a way to damage the source of life in the cosmos. If he isn't stopped, life will cease to exist in all of the universes and dimensions. Reality will be destroyed.

Working alongside CW, the Weirdiverse’s Champion of Order, are Vlad, an ex-mental patient, and Ilona, his nurse; the only humans inducted into the Dimension Police, an extra dimensional order-keeping peace force. Together, they attempt to stop Villain; however, Vlad is imprisoned by the Dimension Police and accused of murder. By working together, only they can stop Villain, but sometimes, not even the ultimate sacrifice may be enough to save the day...

In this battle of Good vs. Evil, the crazy guy is the middle ground!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045260930
Publisher: Silvano Williams
Publication date: 08/13/2013
Series: CW Chronicles , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 13 Years

About the Author

Silvano Williams was born in Puerto Rico in 1975 and moved to Houston, Texas during his teen years. There, he went to High School and College and began courses to obtain a Minor in Creative Writing. During his school years, Silvano became an avid reader and writer for the sole purpose of mastering the English language. Although his writing generally received a favorable reception, he did not take his talents seriously, so he gave away many of his stories to friends or simply threw them away. Not being able to jump into a field of work relating to the entertainment business, coupled with having to make several hard choices in his life, he refocused his career. With the advent of computers becoming a common household item and a new technology era happening during that time, the choice between a career path and his artistic nature became a logical affair, and Information Technology became his new passion while writing was set aside as a hobby. However, after almost two decades of daydreaming and enjoying the emergence of new mediums of entertainment and publishing, Silvano has reopened the doors to his imagination planning to expose the world to the crazy universes living inside his head. Currently, he resides in Katy, Texas with his wife and two children. And yes, they think he is crazy too.

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The CW Chronicles: "Sinners" 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Hatchet_Merderur More than 1 year ago
Do Not Read This Book The CW Chronicles is a campy, straight-forward, and off-beat story told through irony, symbolism, and subtlety. The characters are annoying, especially the narrator, endearing, and simplistically complex. This is the kind of book that sticks with you like your mother-in-laws meat loaf…  or maybe cancer.  Actually, that’s it. This book is cancer for the mind. It slowly grows on you, infecting a larger and larger area until it’s all you can think about. It uses your thoughts like swollen lymph nodes to spread to all the juicy, vital areas of your consciousness. Unlike cancer, you enjoy every mind-altering second. In his first book, SIlvano Williams shocked us with his imagery and filled us with anxiety through masterful timing. In Sinners, he uses theme and mood to breathe life into the story by satirically mocking it all along the way. But don’t worry; he did not neglect the talents from Spoon-Fed Addiction in the process. In just 90 pages, Silvano takes from local domestication to inter-dimensional travel, from villain to hero, and from hope to despair. Finally, the artwork: It’s hokey, over-the-top, and exactly perfect. The visual images not only bring the tale to life, but are seamlessly matching in style and heart. I’m telling you, cancer. Like Nietzsche’s abyss, this is a story that stares back at you… and grins. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago