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5.0 out of 5 stars Sadly no longer with us, 17 Aug 2011
This review is from: The Last Dawn (Hardcover)
Just wanted to echo the previous reviewer in so far as this book hinted at the emergence of what i genuinally belive would have been the start of a great literary career. excellent plot and story line told with a flare for the chareters and an understanding of what makes people tick.
Sadly the author passed away much to long before his time

Rest in peace Jez
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Rough but brilliant diamond, 18 Oct 2007
This review is from: The Last Dawn (Hardcover)
Since the dawn of intelligent man, four friends have walked the earth. Known throughout mans sketchy and inaccurate history under various guises and some familiar names. On the whole they try their best to be good men, but if crossed or wronged, their justice was as hideous and abhorrent as the worst of nightmares, which hints at their mysterious unearthly past and the unspeakable horrors committed by their very own hands.

Solomon; the jovial, flame haired, man mountain. In many ways the keystone of the quartet, with his happy outlook and willingness to defend the young and weak.

Janus; the uncomfortable leader. For a millennia he has carried an unshakable pain, which caused the split of the four. His sadness steered him into a normal mundane life, with Solomon being his only link to a happier past.

Cyrus; successful, intelligent, handsome, the atypical playboy. His insatiable and foolish sexual appetite caused the estrangement, and ultimately hatred, from his previous best friend.

Nathan; small in stature, quiet, humble and blind. But his demon living within, when released, becomes a monstrous bringer of death, uncontrollable by himself or his three friends combined.

Armageddon and the extinction of all humanity is merely days away, so the unprepared and divided blood brothers must once again unite, don their mothballed battle gear and face an evil of such power, that the odds of victory and any hope for the future of mankind, are infinitesimal at best.

WOW!! I feel privileged to have read this new authors work before he becomes mainstream.
It took me through every emotion possible: shock, horror, tears, laughter and price.
Granted at times his inexperience shows, but in many ways that makes this book so different from heavily edited too perfect books.
The four main characters I grew to know and love as friends, and their relationship is a work of pure class.
The side stories are fabulous and well thought out, and come complete with some classic moments.
His descriptions are some of the best I have ever read, without feeling the need to take two pages to describe opening a door.
Genre?? Erm, Horror, fantasy, comedy, all three and so much more.
Thank you, for writing something I have been looking for for a long while, which is freshness.
A hidden classic.
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The Last Dawn by Jez Wood (Hardcover - 7 Oct 2007)
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