David Crane is a master storyteller and readers will be captivated by the dystopian setting. The setting is captured in very vivid descriptions and the images of war and the sentiments of despair are powerfully portrayed in the writing. The characters are interesting, well-imagined and beautifully developed. Although this is a work of fiction set in the future, the story has a ring of truth to it, thanks to author's mastery of the art of storytelling. I was captivated by the excellent prose, the gripping plot, and the memorable characters in Makers of Destiny, and found myself turning the pages nonstop.
Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
From the Author
Some stories can be told in just one book. But others require more than just one novel to make the story complete. In this sequel to my novel Die to Live Again
, I wanted to explore the true depth of my main character. This is not a story just about survival. It is a story about what makes us better or worse when we are faced with very hard choices. A world after global nuclear war is hard to imagine without wondering how the survivors would be affected morally, spiritually, and technologically. I hope this novel answers some of these questions.