Thursday, 24 April 2014


If you've already got your copy of the book, don't forget to leave a review (You might even get a free copy of the second edition!)
If not, does this review convince you?

"Oh, to have been able to write with this flair and sophistication when I was seventeen! Dimitrious Charles' novel begins quietly as five boys prepare for an everyday soccer game, before their worlds are splintered before them, quite literally. I recommend taking a breath at this point because, from then on, it's non-stop action in this futuristic thriller during which questions are raised concerning the price we are prepared to pay to justify inhumane actions to save humanity from itself. The characters of the five boys are strongly created, each developing special powers, thanks to microchip implants, to assist in the attempts to foil the mastermind criminals before the inevitable occurs, World War III. 'Stories of Earth' is not some rambling, globe-hopping epic, however, it uses a beautifully crafted Australian setting as a microcosm for the world itself. I would have liked to have seen the main female character, Mellissa, developed a little more, but what I'm looking forward to most is the development, as a writer, of Dimitrious Charles"

What are you waiting for?

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