The Blood of Titans by C. Michael Forsyth

The Blood of Titans

byC. Michael Forsyth

Kobo ebook | May 2, 2013

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The Blood of Titans is unique love story set in the Golden Age of Africa. It is the tale of Halima, a teenage princess who falls in love with a warrior king. Enormous obstacles lie in the way of their happiness. In the course of their adventures, Princess Halima learns about loss, duty, and the high price of romantic love -- and must make a choice that determines the future of kingdoms.
Early responses are glowing:
"The Blood of Titans is an epic romantic adventure that hearkens back to the origin of African civilization, told with detailed eloquence… an engrossing and well-crafted tale. Forsyth does an excellent job creating Halima’s world with details so sharp the reader is easily transported into it.” -- Milton J. Davis, Editor of Griots: A Sword and Soul Anthology
“The lyrical language of The Blood of Titans quickly drew me into this richly textured novel. I could smell the air, hear the music, and see the towns and sea and grasslands and mountains. Every scene comes to life.” — Shauna Roberts, Ph.D, author of Like Mayflies in a Stream
“C. Michael Forsyth has charted new territory in the land of Sword and Soul. The Blood of Titans will carry you along on an amazing journey. I give it five spears out of five." -- Charles R. Saunders, Aurora Award-winning author of Imaro
Many love stories targeted at African-American women are “urban romances,” featuring dubious protagonists such as strippers and thugs. In contrast, the characters of this book have a Shakespearean dignity. With rousing depictions of sword battles, fights to the death with ferocious animals and other derring-do, the novel has plenty to offer both male and female fans of fantasy and the sword and sorcery genre.

Title:The Blood of TitansFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 2, 2013Publisher:C. Michael ForsythLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1301308307

ISBN - 13:9781301308309

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