The Swiss Orange Project Book 1: Celladore

swissorangeThe Swiss Orange Project is the first installment of Creatureform Fables.These fables took place on the earth of Kaia, a planet like ours many manies away and probably a long time ago.These are the people who could turn into animals This is their story in their darkest hour and their greatest legend.Book 1 CelladoreAncient Manache warrior Kaura awakensswissorangeThe Swiss Orange Project is the first installment of Creatureform Fables.These fables took place on the earth of Kaia, a planet like ours many manies away and probably a long time ago.These are the people who could turn into animals This is their story in their darkest hour and their greatest legend.Book 1 CelladoreAncient Manache warrior Kaura awakens from a 1,000 year slumber to find the world he has left to be a much different place Will he succeed in restoring harmony to the world he left or will he crumble under the weight of change A young boy Alistair and his infant brother Nevin are left alone in a strange village Tormented by the death of their mother and abandonment by their father will the two boys escape the horrors that have followed them into their new life Book 1 Celladore nothing is certain except for a great adventure.ON The Swiss OrangON KINDLE Swiss Orange Pr
The Swiss Orange Project Book Celladore swissorangeThe Swiss Orange Project is the first installment of Creatureform Fables These fables took place on the earth of Kaia a planet like ours many manies away and probably a long time ago These

  • Title: The Swiss Orange Project Book 1: Celladore
  • Author: Stephen Demone
  • ISBN: 9780991751310
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Swiss Orange Project Book 1: Celladore”

    1. I think I'll have to read this book again just to begin to comprehend everything.The writing itself is pretty good. The description of the land and characters is just enough without being over the top. The author does a nice job of painting a picture for the reader without going into too much detail that things become repetitive.The pictures that are found throughout the book add a nice touch to the story. They are all intriguing and really help in visualizing what things look like, while still [...]

    2. This is a hard "book" to review. It contains only about 25 pages of text, so would likely be called a 'chapter' in most publications. It is very well written, and I feel it has the potential for becoming a SF epic, provided that the story continues in additional volumes. The art work contained in the book is outstanding, and deserves as much praise as the writing. To say it is colorful is an understatement. The real prize however must be experienced on swissorange . The first two sections of the [...]

    3. At first I got lost but then I started to follow the book to me this book was something like a riddle but ones you understand it then it becomes clear. So most say that I did like this book after reading it two time one after the other I do think you have to read it two times to get it but some people will get it the first time round enjoyable to read when you get the book.

    4. One of the best fantasy stories I've read gripping, great use of language as a device to capture the reader's attention and focus. Amazing subplots, in particular, the subplot of the wolf who is turned into a human girl. Her struggle to understand her change and blind love and reliance on her "master" (the man who changed her) is a subplot that seems to have no connection to the rest of the story, but I think as it unfolds it will be intricately woven in the greater plot that has yet to be fully [...]

    5. I may have stumbled upon one of the best up-and-coming fantasy stories written in the past few years. Layered, dramatic, and mysterious, yet not to the point of absurdity. It reads like poetry at first, but as you read on (especially through books 2 and 3) you start to understand why the intrigue this creates in the beginning is so perfectly placed.Can't wait to read more from this author. Well done!

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