"Delving further through the chapters, theusage of irony and humour proves to be key, keeping the each page witty, engaging and pleasurable. Having said that, I don't feel that this is a book to read while just commuting on the daily train, orbetween casual flicks of a magazine. It is demanding of your interest,dedication and even a bit of your love. Rewarding and thought provoking, it certainly comes recommended." - Jarod Lawley @ The Independent Voice
"The masses fighting for freedom, gain control, oppress the former oppressors, and some of their own less loyal members, and it results in a scenario where it is difficult to tell the good guys from the bad. Hagdal does this with interesting characters, an appealing story, and with perhaps the oldest oppression known to mankind."
- Joseph Spuckler
@ Author Alliance
About the Author
Ken Hagdal wrote a couple of screenplays, including a dark comedy finalist in the 13th edition of the Write Movies contest. He and his black cat, Loki, hole up in Drasilygg, Soviet Ukraine, where the odds beat the characters, and ravens sing on their sweet, wistful, songs.