Years ago I was an avid reader of adventures tales, but most current books seem to have never-ending explosions, killings, and mayhem with heroes of Herculean powers that leads one to wonder why waste the time and money to read some unrealistic far-out prattle. With this bias in mind I decided upon the recommendations of some friends to read Wargod, and I must say that I'm glad I did.
The first part of the multi-page novel sets up a scenario of places and characters we're all familiar with; however, after you begin to feel as though you have a personal connection with these individuals, all hell breaks out.
The author writes with clarity and gathers you into a web of history, intrigue, and realistic portrayals that will scare the heck out of you. If you want to read a book that isn't a bang, bang, shoot'em up story, (although there's plenty of fire power in the tale) perhaps this is the book for you.
It's one of the best fiction books I've read in years, and hopefully this will not be a one book never heard from again author.