Book Review: THE TALE - A Story of Galactic Proportions (The Tale Trilogy) by David Kingsley Evanscategories: Book, Ascended Race, Aliens, Space Battle, Galactic Proportions, Galaxy, Dimensional Space, Celestial Prison, Evil, Omnipotent, Return of Evil, Sentient, Science Fiction
David Kingsley Evansabout this book: The chronicles of the greatest historian in the Galaxy records that during this time a forgotten evil was breaking free from a celestial prison. The Galaxy was unprepared for the creatures known as the Kree. The monsters massacred worlds, killing indiscriminately, sucking on the souls of their victims. They destroyed even the most powerful military space fleets who dared to oppose them. Technologically advanced they were an unstoppable swarm spreading across the heavens. The Kree saw the extermination of entire races as mere collateral damage. Only a living gift from an ascended race prevented the Kree claiming outright victory. Precious time was gained and that gave the allies' a chance to seek the help of the omnipotent being called an Ocle. The question then was… would the Ocle help?
About the Author: David Kingsley Evans
I have enjoyed a life of sunshine and sin! I used to think I was untouchable. Then I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. I felt physically disabled and psychologically crushed. Luckily I was able to connect with people who had not let the illness control their lives. I have always enjoyed reading science fiction epics. I decided it was my turn to write in the genre I loved. Through my writing I have been able to forget my problems and discover a whole new reality. I truly hope others enjoy my work!
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Gripping space epic with a twist..This book does not offer the usual whiter than white characters. Flawed individuals govern a vast Protectorate that spans half the Galaxy. The story itself twists and turns between the return of a race so evil they threaten the very existence of galactic life and the emotions of those who live through this dreadful time. I would describe the narrative as a dark space adventure with a lighter even humorous side provided by an android and his sentient starship. Climaxing with a series of huge space battles that see the destruction of entire planets, it grips you until the very last page. In my opinion, it is an excellent first offering from this author. [by Anne Wakefield]
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