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message 37: by Nicole

Nicole Rae Hello and thank you for the friendship


message 36: by Glenn

Glenn You're welcome. I'm glad to hear that you like the Harbinger of Doom books! I hope that you will consider posting a brief review on Amazon.com
regards,
glenn g. thater


Diana (Offbeat Vagabond) Thanks for the follow hon, on here and Twitter. Hope all is well hon. Talk later :)


message 34: by Glenn

Glenn Ada-Lee wrote: "Thanks for friend accept, looks like I'm in for reading some great books of yours! I just got back into this genre again in the last 4 months and have gobbled up all of GRRM's Books, working on Eri..."

Martin and Erikson have some great series. I hope that you'll enjoy mine too.


Eyehavenofilter Thanks for friend accept, looks like I'm in for reading some great books of yours! I just got back into this genre again in the last 4 months and have gobbled up all of GRRM's Books, working on Erickson, sooooo....


message 32: by Tien

Tien Thanks for the add :)


message 31: by Midu

Midu Hadi Thanks for the invite!


message 30: by Rollie

Rollie Thanks for the add. :)


message 29: by Douglas

Douglas Wickard Glenn, thanks for your friendship on Goodreads!
Douglas


message 28: by Jill

Jill Thanks for your friendship on Goodreads, Glenn.


message 27: by Bridget

Bridget Bowers Thanks for the friend request, Glenn!


Charlotte Liebel Thank you for your Friendship at Goodreads, Glenn.


~Charlotte


message 25: by Natasha

Natasha Thank you for connecting with me, Its so good to have another book loving reader as a goodreads friend. I look forward to sharing my love of books with you. Please check out my book blog "Where Every Book = A New Adventure", if you haven't already. -♥-


message 24: by K.E.

K.E. Saxon Thanks for friending me on GoodReads, Glenn!


message 23: by Milton

Milton Esitubi Mary Anita And The Second Liberation In Kenya Consider reading this dramatic book full of African passion and flavour, culture, social life and politics


message 22: by Stacy

Stacy Juba Hi Glenn, thanks for adding me as a friend!


message 21: by William

William O'Brien Thank U for your friendship!
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message 20: by Kathy

Kathy Kulig Hi Glenn, Thanks for adding me as a friend.


message 19: by Glenn

Glenn Thanks Rai! Glad you liked Knight Eternal!
I'm hard at work on the next book in the series. it's about 60% - 70% done.
regards,
glenn


message 18: by Rai

Rai Hi Glenn,

Well you have done it again! Written an outstanding book, that is. I just finished 'Knight Eternal' and will be writing the review very soon. 5-stars all the way!!!! When is the next book in the Angle Theta series coming out?!??!! I need it ASAP!!

My hat's off to you for a job brilliantly done...

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Rai Aren, co-author of the award-winning mystery novel SECRET OF THE SANDS


message 17: by Elise

Elise Crawford Hi Glenn;

Just stopping by to learn about you and your work. I love books in a series. I'm glad we are friends, Elise


message 16: by Andrea

Andrea Kulman Hi & how are you?


message 15: by Glenn

Glenn Hi Ilyn,
best of luck to you in 2009 as well.
I will check out those groups you mentioned.
regards,
glenn g. thater
author of harbinger of doom
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1438...




message 14: by Ilyn

Ilyn Ross Hello Glenn,

How are you? Thank you for being my friend. Good fortune on your books. I wish you a Healthy, Happy, & Prosperous 2009.

Please visit these groups when you have a chance: Happy & Brainy Group, To the Glory of Man, and Reason Reigns. Have a marvelous week. Warmest regards.


message 13: by Glenn

Glenn Rosemary wrote: ""Forensic investigations of building failures and other disasters"--what a fascinating and important speciality! And good material for writing. Thanks for adding me and best wishes with all your wo..."

thanks Rosemary, and happy holidays to you.




Rosemary "Forensic investigations of building failures and other disasters"--what a fascinating and important speciality! And good material for writing. Thanks for adding me and best wishes with all your work.


Massimiliano Mauriello Hi Glenn,

many thanks for the friendship request !

Pleased to get connected with a good author.

Finest regards

Max





message 10: by Glenn (last edited Jan 31, 2009 06:54PM)

Glenn What Readers are Saying About Glenn G. Thater's, Harbinger of Doom:

---- Glenn Thater's "Harbinger of Doom", set in a world of men, gnomes, elves, and wizards, asks a tough question: what if we've got it all wrong? What if the God we follow turned bad, and the one we call the Devil is really a maligned angel on a quest to rid the world of evil? So goes Thater's tale, and he tells it in a voice as pretentious as Tolkein's. His world is called Midgaard, its capital called Lomion. Thater populates Midgaard with knights, a young-man-turned-king, a belligerent gnome, a couple scardey-cat wizards, Sir Gabriel, and Lord Angle Theta, the Harbinger of Doom. ...what fascinated me was the clever idea that Azathoth/Odin/God's heart turned black, and the one we know as the Bogeyman is really the one who is trying to save us. What a twist, and what an imagination!
---- Dennis Batchelder, Author of Soul Identity
(Reposted from Goodreads.com)

--- An amazing tale of swords, sorcerers, and more!...In the foreword, Thater has introduced the legend of Angle Theta. He is a character that has been cited in a number of ancient writings, and is the stuff legends are made of. ... Thater's writing has you in the heat of the battle, and leaves you wanting more of this epic story. ...[Angle Theta:] reminds me a little of Moorcock's Lord Elric of Melnibone, who struggles with issues in the fight of good and evil. Cannot wait to read more of this saga from Glenn G. Thater. For those of us who love to read of demons and dragons, knights in armor and legends of long ago.
--- "Ellen in Atlanta", Amazon Top 500 Reviewer
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- …now I have something I can reread over and over again. Harbinger of Doom has just shattered everything I knew of the epic fantasy realm and created a sub genre all of its own. With a masterful craft of writing with sly wit you are pulled into an epic tale of dark portions. If you are like me, you will scream at the book, and several characters in certain parts as they become like kin folk. The characters own the pages, the story never disappoints, and thank God for this author! In addition, if you are a Brian Lumley fan, I would suggest you give this book a try. A must for fantasy fans!
--- "PoetryLover"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- I find Mr. Thater's book, Harbinger of Doom, to be an excellent foray into dark story adventure, … good story, good action. Excellent flow of the story line to hold the attention. Overall very well done.
--- Jacamo Peterson, Author of "A Hard Place: A Sergeant's Tale"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- At its core, Harbinger of Doom is a story of heroes and villains and explores the nature of good and evil, of religion and even politics. But this is no four color comic book world, it's a land where the good guys can die, and where it's not always clear who is the hero and who is the villain....
--- "P. Martucci"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- This is a complex but highly entertaining swords and sorcery story, reminiscent of the pulp novels of Robert E. Howard, but with more depth and undercurrents to the plot. Thater's character `Lord Angle Theta' is an almost larger than life hero like Howard's Conan or Kull. And although he's perhaps their equal in brawn, he's far their better in brains. The other characters are all memorable and interesting, especially the grumpy gnome called Ob….
--- "Fantasy Fan"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- Harbinger of Doom by Glenn Thater is what this genre of literature is all about!...I truly did not put the book down!
--- “Greg M.”
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- Who can resisit a good sword and sorcery book? Not me. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Harbinger of Doom. It plunges you into a magic fog right at the start, and the action never stops! Fast-paced and exciting, it's a page turner. The characters are interesting folk. I loved the twist of the weak-kneed wizard, and the gnome was highly entertaining. I also smiled at the references a true sci-fi fan would appreciate. Clever nods to Dr. Who and Star Trek, to name but two! There are dark secrets and many mysteries in this tale of good vs. evil. I hope it continues!
--- “Susan Jane”
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- …It took me by surprise because I had never heard of this author and was blown away by how exciting this story and the characters were from the get go. I literally could not put this book down once I started reading it. ...It has all the adventure and excitement of the Star Wars Saga but set in a different world of endless time.
--- "Mythical Books Aficionado"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- …Thater takes his fantasy and places it inside your brain. I wasn't reading a book, I was standing in the middle of the action, looking to pick up a sword and jump in…
--- "George T"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)

--- My New Favorite Book. Ok, that's saying a lot, but this book is just that good. The author doesn't just spit out a story here - he's crafted every line and word - there's a rhythm to the way it reads; both the exposition and the dialog. It draws you in; providing a more immersive experience than you'd expect in fantasy fiction. The depth of the world, and the complexity of the characters, and an underlying ambiguity as to who's really the hero and who's really the villain make this story a true standout. I liked it so much, I actually read it twice - and found that on the second read I picked up all sorts of subtleties and nuances that I'd missed on the first go round.
--- "Connie Brady"
(Reposted from Amazon.com)



xXDyingxInside-83Xx Hey Glenn I didn't know you were a writer
thats so kol!!


message 8: by Glenn

Glenn Thanks Andrea!


Andrea Kulman Hi & thank you for being a friend on Good Reads. Your book covers are gorgeous!


message 6: by Roger

Roger Cottrell Hi Glenn,
Any fan of HP Lovecraft has got to be OK. On Moorcock I prefer the Jerry Cornelius series myself. My own tribute to Nigel Kneale's Quatermass series was published recently. It's called THE LUNDQUIST CHRONICLES and is available from http://www.lulu.com/content/4649341
Thanks for the friendship on Goodreads and I will check out your book which looks brilliant.
ROGER


message 5: by Rai (last edited Nov 24, 2008 08:37PM)

Rai Hey Glenn,

Glad to hear you are working on your sequel, you are making excellent progress with 90% of it done! I was also hoping to have our sequel done by the end of the year, but I think that might be wishful thinking, too.

Keep me posted on your sequel, you are inspiring me to get ours going faster!

Here's to a very successful holiday season for us!!

Rai Aren, co-author of Secret of the Sands




Deborah thanks for the invite. Your books look super, so I added them to my list to be read.

Happy Holidays!

Deborah


Bradley Hello Glenn, I hope you are having a good day! =)

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Dreamsbane of Tamalor


message 1: by Rai

Rai Hi Glenn!

It's great to see you here on GoodReads! I really like this site, in fact it is one of my favorite places now. I think you will find it very beneficial as well. I just marked Harbinger of Doom as 'to-read' - I will pick up your book on my next book-buying binge, I am planning a Christmas shop on Amazon - gifts for me from me :)

As always, and of course, I wish you GREAT success!!

Your friend,

Rai



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