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Eye of the Oracle (Oracles of Fire, Book 1) Paperback – September 12, 2006
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2.) Superb writing--Mr. Davis's prose flows as smoothly as Bing Crosby singing Silent Night.
3.) The unexpected--Eye of the Oracle seamlessly weaves a tale of dragon heroism into the Biblical narrative. We begin just before the flood with the Ark in preparation for its fateful journey upon the waters of God's judgment. In the midst of this, Mr. Davis blends the familiar biblical persons with many we've not heard of before. New demons, Nephilim, Anakim giants, are all thrown into this epic brew with characters from the King Authur Legend as time progresses in the story. DAvis throws twists at us we would never expect, like Merlin as a prophet of God...WOW!
It all boils down to marvelous storytelling and the kind of heroes you'd be proud to sit down and share night after night reading with your own children. Eye of the ORacle delivers on every level, folks and I for one have been transformed into a FAN!--James Somers: author, The Chronicles of Soone.
The book starts with the Flood (Noah and the Ark), goes to the Tower of Babel, then to the era of King Arthur until finally it reaches modern day. So much happens in those pages, but it's most certainly not your normal, run-of-the-mill christian fantasy book, it's so unusual, and I think that's whay makes it so wonderful to me. I've never read a fantasy (or any other fiction for that matter!) book like it. It brought me along with it, and I understood the characters, and what they were feeling and what they were going through. I felt their pain, joy and sorrow. And I loved them all for it. And the depth of the writing, it's spectacular!
People kind of raise an eyebrow at me when I say that the characters in books are some of my favorite friends, but it's true. And especially with Eye of the Oracle. Please read it. You wont' regret it!!
Heres the one in the thousand. Bryan Davis masterfully wrote this book, with a strong storyline, that follows multiple plots, and still keeping interest, and not getting jumbled together.
I couldn't put this down. It was almost the same as when "Deathly Hallows" came out after a 3 year wait.
I look forward to reading more Bryan Davis novels, and I doubt he will let me down, with his writing prowess.
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If you love Tolkein and Lewis, and mythical lore, dive into this series!Published 10 months ago by Darcie J. Gudger
Mr Davis weaves the fantasy and fiction you love with Biblical teachings and principles to make a top mark story everyone will love. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Shaun Stevens
t it down.[he did not like reading before]buy it you won't regret it. now his faith is stonger than ever.Published on April 9, 2014 by Jk
Great book! If you get the chance, read this book! Kept me reading, and I can't wait for the next one!Published on February 25, 2014 by Chloe
This story is a really compelling story with lots of action and although it follows the story line of a girl most of the time, the book is awesome it's worth the money. Read morePublished on February 9, 2014 by Js
Thank you for the book, it is a Christmas gift for my grandson. I look forward to him reading it.Published on December 7, 2013 by S. Bane