Friday, December 29, 2017

Greeth by Charles LaFave

GreethGreeth by Charles LaFave
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The survival of the entire world is in the hands of a disgraced Wizard who has the ability to create life in inanimate objects. Can Peter Buraku, and his former lover beat, the God who wants to consume this world? Or will all the possessed bugs on earth devour everything? You will just have to read this unusual book to find out. The characters in this book are all well thought out and believable the pain and frustration of Peter comes across very well. There are a lot of times where there is so much action going on that the basic story line becomes a bit hard to follow, but, this does not affect the overall enjoyment of the story. The author's underlying message seems to be that, people's greed for material things in our world is literally eating us alive and he portrays this idea masterfully in this sci-fi fantasy adventure filled with wizards, assassins, monsters and Gods. This is a must read for any science fiction or fantasy lover who likes non stop action, deeper meaning and, a bit of heart thrown in just to keep you on your toes.

View all my reviews