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Primordial (Lilitu Trilogy Book 2) Paperback – October 13, 2015
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About the Author
Toby's stories have been praised by Midwest Book Review, Library Journal and Cemetery Dance as well as by New York Times bestselling authors Steve Berry, Douglas Preston, Jonathan Maberry and Steve Alten. He has been featured in The Big Thrill magazine and on Internet radio, blogs and newspapers.
Inexplicably drawn to all things dark and macabre, at about the age of twelve he began penning short stories and publishing his own movie monster magazine.
An Air Force brat who never lived in one place more than two years, after high school Toby did an eight-year stint in the U.S. Navy and ended up on the east coast. He has since worked as a cab driver, a pizza delivery man, a phone solicitor, a shipyard technician, a government contractor, a retail music salesman, a bookseller, a cell phone salesman and a recording studio engineer.
Toby later earned a B.A. in English and became a full-time graphic designer and newspaper reporter, publishing hundreds of stories with the Associated Press and his local paper. He has since been published in The Pedestal Magazine, Voluted Tales magazine, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Scary Monsters Magazine, and websites like eHow.com.
Owing to the inspiration of Edgar Rice Burroughs, Ray Bradbury and Stephen King, Toby became an author of what he likes to call "high-octane sci-fi, fantasy and horror" and has published several books.
Toby is also a songwriter and musician and lives with his family near the Great Dismal Swamp in northeastern North Carolina.
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Top Customer Reviews
The appearance of five mysterious obelisks around the Mediterranean signal an ominous event, and the characters in this novel try to understand their meaning. A series of engravings on these granite black structures needs decoding---and fast! This begins this engrossing story about heaven, hell and the ancient aliens living amongst the human race who harbor their own secret agenda.
Tate is a superb writer and his characters all resonate with a sincerity that I found fascinating. And yet this does not diminish his spitfire plot, which moves the reader along with great speed until we reach ithe novel's stunning ending. He skillfully weaves backstory into the main story, allowing us to know the characters. The novel has a cinematic quality to it, and I could easily see this book being turned into a movie. The notion of heaven and hell took on a new, frightening meaning once I put this book down, Combine that with his Stephen Hawking-seque twists and turns and you have one great sci-if story.
I really enjoyed this book and commend the author on his inventive imagination and story-telling skills. Great job, Mr. Tate. Highly recommended!
In a race against time, Hunter and his friends must figure out the meaning of five Obelisk's being built across southern Europe and North Africa. Failure is not an option.
In a fast paced, heart stopping story filled with twists and turns as only Toby Tate can write, this is a must read book. While this is part two of the Lilitu Trilogy, Toby has written this is such a way that it is a stand alone book.
I give this 5 stars and can't wait for book 3. I was given this copy for review by the author.
And that's as far as I go, you're on your own from here, enjoy.
I received this bok free for an honest review.
I really enjoy anything having to do with archeology, and love that aspect of this book. I like the characters and the writing. If you do like sci-fi, not my favorite genre, I think you would like this book even better than I did.