-Ron Fortier, Pulp Fiction Reviews
"This book is full of vivid descriptions, fantastically crafted narrative, intriguing and engaging dialogue, but its biggest star is the characterization. Constantine brings each and every character to life, not just with vivid details, but with emotions and passions."
From the Author
I originally wanted Elisa's weapon of choice to be a katana sword. But my good friend and fellow writer, Derrick Ferguson, advised me against this. He said instead of using a katana--which is very standard and something of a cliché--I should have Elisa utilize ancient weaponry. I began researching weapons from many different cultures and something about the Nepalese kukri daggers really spoke to me, which is how they became Elisa's preferred weapon.
When The Lost Continent was first released, it was released under the title of The Myth Hunter. Recently, I decided that The Myth Hunter was better as the name of the series itself, and so I went back and retitled this book The Lost Continent (which was a title I initially tossed around before publication). This is why some reviews refer to the book as The Myth Hunter.
I've been very pleased with the response Elisa has gotten from readers and of all the characters I've created, she remains one of my favorites.