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Divine Deception: The Will Traveller Chronicals

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  8 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
Reincarnating as the murdered son of the Supreme One, the Will Traveller finds himself in a family squabble with a big difference. As Lord Robert, he finds that the Supreme One's family rules the entire New World! And they do it with an iron fist. Seeing the immorality of his 'family', Lord Robert knows he has to bring their tyrannical reign to an end, but how? On his ...more
Kindle Edition, 240 pages
Published December 25th 2013 by Possum Publishing (first published October 10th 2011)
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Giovanni Russano
Jan 03, 2014 Giovanni Russano rated it liked it
A confused adventure for the character, reader and, seemingly, the author alike.
A man gets in bed with his cat and suddenly finds himself transported to another world. A world where he is a god on Earth who has seemed to return to his homeland much to the confusion of all around him.
By the first few lines of chapter two this god has used his powers to sex 4(? I think) different women.
At first the dialogue seems like it is going somewhere but halfway through the first chapter it becomes tediou
Lewis Attrib
Mar 19, 2014 Lewis Attrib rated it really liked it
Divine Deception is one of six books in the Will Traveller Chronicals series. Robert, the hero of the tale, gives us a first person account of his adventures after finding himself transported to New World, a technically advanced Theocracy in which he has the identity of a member of the ruling family of despots and consequently granted god-like status.
He sets about exploring this exotic world, and despite the distraction of numerous women who lose no time in shedding their clothes and making them
Jennifer Lark
Jan 03, 2014 Jennifer Lark rated it really liked it
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A fantastical story that reads like a dream. Lord Robert, the leading male protagonist, is both king and god to the whole earth. His supernatural abilities border on the unbelievable. The novel's characters reminded me of the over dramatized acting of the 1960s. Robert made me think of William Shatner in Star Trek, a cocky, unbeatable womanizer. This isn't necessarily a bad thing since I still watch old episodes with fond memories of the sci-fi genius. The females of the story also made me think ...more
Maria Gonzales
Jan 13, 2014 Maria Gonzales rated it it was amazing
It took me a while to get the hang of the setting and figure out the gist of the story. The story raises questions on how even in modern and sophisticated societies, people are still governed by the cruel rulers due to their own superstitions. It is a story of mass movement and uprising against the tyrannical ‘family’. At the end, it was fascinating to read about the ‘Declaration of Intent’ that the new world opts for, where people of the planet shall now be governed by the elected ...more
Alaina Stanford
Dec 13, 2013 Alaina Stanford rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed this creative thriller! I couldn't put it down. It's well written and very descriptive. I was captivated from the very beginning. It's full of suspense and intrigue with a touch of romance. Worth the read!

Erica Olson
Feb 06, 2014 Erica Olson rated it liked it
The premise behind "Divine Deception" is pretty neat: a character is mysteriously transported from his bed to the streets of a different world, where the Supreme Family own everything and everyone. People mistake him for the patriarch of the family, Lord Robert, who has been absent for a long time and is thought to be dead. The character plays along, but some family members doubt his story, so he has to tread carefully as he explores his wondrous new powers, which include flying, talking with ...more
Jan Greene
Feb 21, 2014 Jan Greene rated it liked it
Divine Deception is the 5th book in The Will Traveler Chronicles, a "metaphysical fiction series." It is written in first person and describes the adventures of Lord Robert. As explained in the author's preface, in keeping with the other books in the series, the main character does not know who he is in the beginning. However, it does not take long for him to discover that he is a long lost member of the Supreme Family and he is very distressed with the nature of his family's leadership.

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Dr. Robert's life story reads very much like some of his novels. A rock 'n roll run-a-way at thirteen, he has travelled the world extensively in many professions. Blessed with many talents, Dr. Robert spent just over two decades as a performer in the music industry, before becoming an entrepreneur and creator of both audio and video productions. He holds a Bachelors in A/V and a Masters in Science ...more
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