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STRANG (Book One in the Saga of Strang Series) by [Prosper, Roy]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 736 KB
  • Print Length: 300 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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The story moves like the clappers and takes one on a thrilling adventure as the main character, Strang, goes to a distant world a lot like Earth--except that it has prehistoric creatures by the hundred--to find if any settlers from Earth have survived after being abandoned for 50 years. Many have indeed survived but the world has sorcerers and necromancers as well as sturdy settlers, a few of whom, like Strang, have the Gift of telepathy and astral travel This book warrants my five star assessment because it is beautifully written with vivid descriptions of a wonderful wild and unspoiled world, The characters come alive and are not cliches but warm and lively people we can identify with. And the demonic entities are blood-chilling. I hope that the adventures of Strang will continue. .
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5.0 out of 5 stars Swift paced, etheric based, action laced sci-fi, fantasy. 22 Jan. 2014
By Angel Grove Studio, India - Published on Amazon.com
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Summary: Utilising spirituality in the realm of fantasy and science fiction, Strang is a story of a man and his friends, who re-establish all the things that are right and just in their world and unleash divine fury on demon and demonic alike. A well-written book that is 'a good read'.

The Details: Strang is, despite the dinosaur on the front cover, a human being, who is the very embodiment of Law, Order, and Justice; three aspects of a peaceful, prosperous, and harmonious society that are sadly scarce in Roy Prosper's fantasy world of Optima. To restore the three, Strang finds himself confronting a host of evil characters, lead by an enigmatic villain, who dabbles liberally in the dark arts and is very much a bastion of evil in pioneer country. Yes, I said 'pioneer' country.

To aid Strang in his bold venture, Roy has established a firm background of spirituality and divinity, weaving these concepts into the story to provide his purveyor-of-righteous-destruction with an array of material and astral armaments. In addition, there are enthusiastic, inspiring, confident, and bold friends, who assist Strang and prove to be spiritual beacons in their own right. Combining the ancient with the post-modern, Roy shows how the high mind and the electronic mind can co-exist, with androids and machines joining the fun.

Optima is a wonderfully depicted place to go to. Strang and his friends move swiftly and keep the story action-packed and fun. The spiritual elements of Optima and her inhabitants prove to be educational and open the mind to wonderful thoughts of peace and happiness, truth and righteousness, and other happy, happy thoughts.

Strang is a good read. I started it one night and finished the entire book the very next day. Five stars and cheers all the way!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I'm stunned....just....WOW 23 Jan. 2014
By Brian - Published on Amazon.com
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Wow. I don't even know where to begin on this book. It was amazing. What an exciting and fantastic novel! This is like nothing I've ever read before. I'm a pretty voracious reader and movie-watcher, so I am pretty good at identifying the same old story-lines and figuring out where the main character will end up well before the mid-point of the book. This was not the case with "Strang". This world of Optima is fantastically immersive and feels very much alive. The main character, "Strang" reminded me a bit of John Wayne. What a badass! This book was hard to put down. I couldn't possibly recommend this book any higher.
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible new world 21 Jan. 2014
By The Bolder Adventurer - Published on Amazon.com
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Prosper , who is unheard of as far as I know has created a new hero! Strang! Like a telepathic ,astral travelling John Wayne. This thrilling adventure story takes one on a non stop action packed thrill ride to a world much like our own where pre historic creatures roam free among mega evil demons and necromancers . A classic good vs evil romp. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed this book and were sad to finish it.

Love the opening line: MOUNTAIN IN A FOREST

More please!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Meh 1 Feb. 2014
By Daniel Wiener - Published on Amazon.com
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I don't usually bother to write reviews unless I'm really excited about a book. And I don't hate this book, I just found it a big disappointment by the time I finished it. After downloading a Kindle sample I thought it showed enough promise to purchase it. But after awhile the repeated deus ex machina plot devices became tiresome. The good guys were too perfect, the bad guys were too evil, the situations were too unbelievable, and the results were too predictable. Oh well...
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2.0 out of 5 stars vivid world, terrible story 28 Feb. 2014
By krus8 - Published on Amazon.com
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Godly protagonists and shallow plights overwhelmed a vivid landscape and otherwise intriguing concept. Unless your idea of an exciting chapter is "Oh my god a dinosaur, it must have washed downstream in the flood!" <a green laser beam lances through its neck> "It had to be done, they are vicious creatures. Jobbers, clean up this mess." just steer clear. Seriously, that's basically the setup and pacing of half the chapters, while the other half involve exploration to set up the next meaningless dinosaur/demonic being massacre.
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