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For thousands of years, they have lived and worked amongst us: the Clan. Our myths are borne of them. Our fantasies surround them, and our destinies lie in the hands of their two most powerful emmisaries. One seeks to destroy mankind, and hand control of Earth over to his countrymen. The other seeks to save mankind, and in turn find redemption for his people. The ensuing battle will test the mettle of warriors the likes of which this world has never seen,and settle once and for all a conflict that has waged since the beginning of time itself. One day, a co-worker made the mistake of betting M.A. Capley fifty big ones that he coudn't write a Christian-based sci-fi/adventure novel that was actually fun to read. Here lies the result of that bet. It's up to you to decide whether or not he earned that fifty bucks. Log on to www.The7thlevel.com and let him know. To order the book in hardback edition, go to http://www.lulu.com/content/260002
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May 31, 2009"Buy it! Read it!" - The book was an exciting read, and VERY hard to put down. I kept wanting to read just one more chapter. My job suffered the last few days as a result. - I love the character development early on. You know who the heroes are. You know who the villains are. And there are some character who are somewhere in the gray area. You just know that there are several fateful meetings that are coming up and the suspense is where and how they will occur. - The action is constant, exciting and well done. The sphere is an excellent concept for a weapon, and the various ways it is employed are very cool. - I love the tie-in between biblical text and historical figures and things magical. This book takes a lot of history and binds it together in very creative ways. Final verdict: Buy it. Read it. Do NOT let the biblical themes within stop you from doing so.
Aug 15, 2008"You've most definitely won the bet." One day, a co-worker made the mistake of betting M.A. Capley fifty big ones that he couldn't write a Christian-based sci-fi/adventure novel that was actually fun to read. Here lies the result of that bet. I honestly wasn't sure what to expect when I picked up M.A. Capley's second published work, Dark Clan. I thoroughly enjoyed Neverwood, with its' irreverent humor and pop culture references, and have since recommended it to many friends. But a Christian based novel? I had my doubts that it would be something I'd enjoy. I've done the whole "Left Behind" thing, and found it not to my taste. Too preachy, too.....sanitized. That may appeal to some, but its' not my cup of tea. Dark Clan, on the other hand, has a premise I can wrap my mind around. I knew from the first page of the prologue, that this wasn't going to be like any "Christian" book I've read before. Historical references that leave your head spinning. Extreme... More > violence. Copious bloodshed. Characters talking like real people, not masking their cursing with "darnits" and "dangits". Oh yeah, this is most definitely NOT like any "Christian" book you've ever encountered. I cannot do an adequate review of this novel without spoiling it for those who haven't read it yet. And I wouldn't dream of depriving anyone of the excitement and satisfaction I came away with upon finishing this book. I'm a voracious reader, going through at least 3 or 4 books a week. It's a very rare story indeed that causes me to stop for a few days and think about what I've just read, rather than jumping into yet another book. Dark Clan is such a novel. The only fault I find with Dark Clan, one that you will understand after you've read it, is that I fear I'll never see a sequel. Being a Christian, or religious in any way, isn't a prerequisite to enjoying this book. If you want a novel that will thoroughly entertain you, make you think, and leave you wishing it had gone on for another 500 pages or so, this is it. You earned your $50, Mr. Capley. If you actually do collect on your bet, might I suggest putting it towards an ISBN number. More people should be made aware of one of my favorite new authors.< Less
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- by M.A. Capley (Standard Copyright License)
- Mike Capley
- September 30, 2011
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