Dream of the Serpent
Publish date: January 7th 2014
Publisher: DarkFuse Publications
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
This was a very unique book. It starts out with the protagonist suffering extremely bad burns and follows him as he tries to get his life back together. Ryker excelled at writing this part and made me feel like I was really watching the struggles of recovery. Then the book takes a turn that will thr...
June was a much more productive month for me regarding reading and I managed to get through 13 books/novellas. There were no 5* reads for me but a few came close. Dream of the Serpent by Alan Ryker Alan Ryker should be much better known by horror readers. His writing is smooth, his work is well...
Cody was on the way up. Engaged to a socialite, top of his class in business school and then his dreams (and his flesh) went up in flames. Madison, his fiancée, overcome with an insurmountable guilt, gave it all up to alter the past and create a new future for him - One without her in it. Cody must ...
I loved the way this story was being written until about mid way through...and then it all fell apart....there are stories we like and stories that just don't gel...and this falls into the latter category for me...ah well onto the next one :)
Dream of the Serpent is my third Alan Ryker read and I’ve been impressed with all of them, Cody Miller has it all, it seems, destined for success, beautiful girlfriend and a host of potential employers courting him. Until fate deals him the cruellest blow, an accident at work, a fire that burns all ...
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