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by M. Joseph Young,Eric York,Dimitrios Jim Denaxas


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The 372-page book is Valdron's first hardcover and the first full-length work of fiction from Multiverser co-author M. Joseph Young.

Three ordinary people-a soldier, a housewife, an automechanic-are pulled from their ordinary lives and thrown into marvelous adventures. The 372-page book is Valdron's first hardcover and the first full-length work of fiction from Multiverser co-author M.

Three ordinary people--a soldier, a housewife, an auto mechanic--are pulled from their ordinary lives and thrown into marvelous adventures. Between them they encounter a djinni, travel on starships, fight vampires and undead monsters, learn to defend themselves and help others, and discover that there is more to them than the ordinary. Eventually finding each other, they work together in a final adventure that demands they use what they have learned to save the life of a friend.

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Delagamand
"Verse Three Chapter One" is, without a doubt, the worst novel I have ever read. If you'd like to read a story that includes a woman battling "very tough vampires" by using her telekinesis and ability to quote the Bible, this might be the book for you. You will surely thrill when, later in the book, she tries to convince sentient birds living on another planet (they're called "the Parakeet people," I kid you not) that Jesus loves them too.

But you won't get to read those horrible parts of the story if you don't make it through the first few chapters. It's there that you will read about how one of the heroes, caught as a stowaway on a pirate space ship, is given a job aboard the craft as a security officer (!!). Later, after taking the equivalent of a high school first-aid course, he's offered a job as a Medical officer. This is story telling at its absolute worst.

The author spends endless pages detailing pointless side quests and distractions, only to sum up an important or pivotal plot development in one paragraph. The decisions and actions of all of the minor characters frequently make absolutely no sense, and usually serve as convenient excuses for the heroes to get their way or be pushed into the next ridiculous part of the story. You will read plenty of descriptions of how the heroine plans her day or decides her meals, or her worries about purchasing underwear, but you will not once find anything close to an explanation of how things actually work, or why the main cast appears in a new universe each time they die. Young's prose is sloppy, immature, and occasionally incoherent.

Only worth reading if you can get it cheap and expect little more than to laugh at how awful it is.
Kazimi
With all due respect to Derek, who has reviewed literary and movie classics like "Bam Magera, where the *#%^ is Christmas", did not read the book. He can neither quote specific passages, or anything that wasn't given in the brief synopsis.

The book, simply is about three ordinary people who get sucked into the verse. They are immortal, when they die, they go onto a new world, and having new experiences. How can you read the book and not mention a single main character by name. Joe Condor and Lauren Hastings are my favorite two of the three in this tale.

It is a wonderful story, it is written much like the Multiverser game is played, and that is ok. I think it succeeds where it wants to, and is a worthy of both your money and your time. Thanks for reading.
Verse Three, Chapter One: The First Multiverser Novel download epub
Contemporary
Author: M. Joseph Young,Eric York,Dimitrios Jim Denaxas
ISBN: 0970036833
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Valdron Inc (December 1, 2002)
Pages: 376 pages