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It’s been over a decade since a catastrophic earth quake created Devil’s fork. A canyon so deep that it had been impossible to explore until now, scientists Keith Weber and Michael Mcloughlin have discovered a new world beneath our own.
The deeper they go, the more they discover that what they thought were things of myths and legends are actually real.
Things forgotten wil
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Kindle Edition, 259 pages
Published August 18th 2018 by Eliana Soleil Publishing
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JAMES MCBRIEN
Jan 04, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In his first attempt at authorship, Michael J. Arbouet succeeds in imagining a new mythology for his readers—woven from the familiar elements of major religious traditions and infused with mystical themes. Mr. Arbouet presents us with a very creative and fantastical story that, truthfully, might be better suited to other genres of entertainment such as film, anime’ or comics; however, his “Gods” stands well enough on its own as a novel. Without going into the plot and storyline here, I will offe ...more
Iris
Jan 08, 2019 rated it really liked it
Arbouet demonstrates a keen sense of adventure and intrigue. His aptitude for creating images as a filmmaker clearly translates well in his first foray as an author. 'Gods' is entertaining and exciting in the same vein as 'The Lightning Thief' and 'The Mummy.' Adolescents will have an especially fun adventure with this story, though it is appealing for readers of all ages. Despite some problematic issues on behalf of the editor, readers will enjoy the story and look forward to the next installme ...more
Aspindel
Jan 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
Very inventive and wondrous story. So cinematic. Enjoyed how Arbouet infused mythology with religion. The suspense builds in such a way that I was excited to find out what happens next. Really fell in love with the characters. I cant wait to read the next book from this author.
Jeremy Lane
Dec 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Good listen and great theme
Paula Long
Apr 11, 2019 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Adults, Young Adults
Recommend for Summer Reading Program at our Library.
First time author, Mr. Arbouet brings something new to the table full for Long Adult dystopia novels. He delivers hope. In his cinematic prose, reminiscent of Spieldberg and Lucas, Arbouet sends his readers on a adventure and exploration into the unknown. Keeping the reader wanting the next chapter.
Yes there are some technical errors, evident in indie publishing but the strong characters of Arbouet ring through. You probably will not encounte
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Michael J. Arbouet is an author, indie film director and producer. He studied film at Long Island University. Gods, his first novel is based on his original screenplay. He lives on Long Island with his wife and two children where he is currently working on the sequel Gods book two. Follow @michaeljarbouet on Twitter. Or visit mikearbouet.com

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