Author, Danielle Lee Zwissler

Author, Danielle Lee Zwissler

Friday, May 2, 2014

Manna X--- FABULOUS...

Author, Dani J. Caile does it again! I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this book.

Here's the Author:

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Dani J Caile is a teacher and proofreader (BA in Philology specialising in Pedagogy) who is currently residing in Budapest, Hungary. After a lifetime of reading clones and a decade of proofreading coffee table books, in retaliation he has written 4 fantasy books and 1 novella, including 'Man by a tree', 'The Bethlehem Fiasco', 'The Rage of Atlantis' and 'TDX2', all based on his own neo-plantonic universe. His latest book, 'Manna-X', is available now. He has also published a short story compilation on called 'Dani's Shorts' available for free. When not writing, dabbling in Shakespeare, teaching English, proofreading, washing up, hoovering, and driving all over the place, he is busy with his loving and long-suffering family.

Here's the book...

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And the blurb...
Reginald sends Graham Reader (aka the Grim Reaper), out on a mission to find Code 237-Manna-X, the Manna Machine after the Overlords warn him of an imminent (3000 year old) threat against the security of both the physical and non-physical realms.
Will Graham find the fantastic yet deadly device before anyone or anything else does?

5.0 out of 5 stars Insanely good...May 1, 2014
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This review is from: Manna-X (Kindle Edition)
If you are a smart person, and I am assuming that you are since you have somehow stumbled upon this page, then you will pick up this book right away. I hate to even say this, given the book, but... HOLY HELL... this book is unbelievable. This is certainly a 'new take' on anything religious that I have ever read. I had many emotions while reading this book. The characters are contagious--in many ways--to your soul. You will laugh out loud at many of the parts in the book, and as the author says in the beginning--the dialogue is just--wow! I actually started this book last night at around 10:50 and finished it at 6 this morning. I couldn't put it down! It was sarcastic, religious--but not in your face--it was a funny story that was just clever and amusing and outrageous. The bots...I don't even know what to say about this book other than the fact that it was completely different than I thought it would be when I started. The beginning of the book was hilarious. I felt myself being pulled into the story and enjoyed myself the entire time.
Lucifer was awesomely perfect and Alicia was great, too. I don't think I have ever read anything so imaginative in my life. I'm looking forward to reading more of Dani's books.