Most stories begin with either an unforeseen turn of events or a problem.
Krank has a problem. For centuries, the people of the island have lived on the animals and plants to be found there. It was bliss and so the population grew. It was not until very recently anyone noticed that the quantity of plants and animals had not. The delicate balance of the ecosystem has tipped and food is dwindling.
The King assigned the island’s two resident self-proclaimed geniuses, the Creators, to find a solution. The fruits of their labour ripen into the invention of the world’s first aquatic transportation device and promises to provide passage from the island to search further afield for food and resources.
So, there it is. Problem solved. End of story. Barring any unforeseen turn of events…
Author Bio –
Linden Forster began writing at the age of seventeen. Divine Invention is his debut novel and it took seven years from the idea conjuring at the back of an English class to reaching the page.
Since then, writing has become his dream and passion. His sequel is finished and awaiting publication, while he types the third in a darkened room.
He is a lover of nature and enjoys walks in the country and often ventures out armed with a notepad and pen.
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Fantasy is my thing. For the most part that is what I have read almost exclusively for half of my life.
Branching out a lot this is one unique fantasy. There is a bit of everything I hope for in this genre.
This is very eco friendly in a lot of ways as it deals with problems that I have never seen in a fantasy book. It is truly a masterpiece of it’s own sub section of this genre and I am sure many more books from this author will come.
The main character drove me nuts to a point and I wasn’t overly fond of Jim but he slowly has grown on me so that while he does annoy me at least he is relatable.