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Dante's Destiny: Nothing is What it Seems

by A James Jimason

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Dante's Destiny is a thrill ride that will keep you guessing, until the very end. The battle between good and evil goes beyond the natural and into the supernatural, where nothing is what it seems. Dante struggles with the constant turmoil that plagues his family, while searching for the meaning of his life. It is when you think you have it all figured out, that you realize you don't have a clue. So hold onto your seat and get ready for the ride of your life. Also, pay attention to the words in italics, to discover a hidden message.

Nothing is what it seems....

It's a world full of good and a world full of evil. The King has cast off the rebellious Dagon and his band of Dementors to the dark abyss. But, Dagon is full of revenge, and when the King chooses a child to be born with the light of the King, Dagon will stop at nothing to eradicate the child and his family.

Dante grows up in a world full of hate, and he is sucked right into the immoral lifestyle. Bad choices lead Dante to a life behind bars, but the King has a plan for him. And, when Dante is let out of prison on a technicality, the King puts his plan into action for bringing Dante to the light, leaving the Dementors scurrying to finally get rid of Dante.

James A. Jimson creates an interesting story of good v. evil, and the rewards and consequences that come with both. His writing is detailed, and his flow throughout the story creates fascination by jumping from one person to the other. The reader never knows what's coming next.

However, Jimason's use of names that start with "D" and "M" can be confusing. It was difficult to keep all of the characters straight. Also, the intertwining of multiple story lines could cause readers to become overwhelmed by all of the twists and turns.

Overall, Jimason's story of morality is a story that all readers could benefit from consuming. - 3 Stars Reviewed by Leigh O'Donovan, Authors on the Rise Book Reviewer ( )
  authorsontherise | May 22, 2008 |
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Dante's Destiny is a thrill ride that will keep you guessing, until the very end. The battle between good and evil goes beyond the natural and into the supernatural, where nothing is what it seems. Dante struggles with the constant turmoil that plagues his family, while searching for the meaning of his life. It is when you think you have it all figured out, that you realize you don't have a clue. So hold onto your seat and get ready for the ride of your life. Also, pay attention to the words in italics, to discover a hidden message.

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