The author takes you through his theory behind global warming from an engaging standpoint by combining humor, realism, and mythical folklore to portray a fascinating story that presents his approach from a scientific perspective. – Amazon Review
Carbon Planet: Our Destiny In The Stars
A group of friends boards a fishing boat, and they venture out on a big lake the weekend they watch their hometown football team play for the championship. Then, they get abducted by an unknown ship. Months later, the FBI investigation of their case goes cold. Instead, their loved ones and families hire a private detective from a comic book ad to continue the search.
Oh my God. I am impressed with most of the many characters. Somewhat engaging read with a combination of genres, the novel also stands out life from the lowest class and with serious but funny characters like Mr. Turner in the upper mid-class with his hip-twist. I was unsure if some of the chapters were supposed to be funny? But they made me laugh. It was an exciting twist knowing a character named Britney, but I have to leave it from here not to spoil it for the reader. – Amazon Review
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A unique and unexpected that one could never know what would happen next. The chapters in this story are lengthy. Reading the folklore and fables in italics in some chapters is enjoyable. How the author spun and inter-weaved these stories around these tales was quite impressive. – Amazon Review
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This was such an intriguing idea for a sci fi. It draws you in from the very first page to the very last. At times it almost has a sitcom like approach to character interaction and jokes, but it’s a very unique and much needed feel to the author’s writing for this universe. Suspense and mystery are craftfully weaved throughout the story amidst twist and turns that are sure to keep you turning the page(because they surely had me doing so!). I really loved this story and I honestly am looking forward to experiencing it a second time – Amazon Review
About the Author
Vincent Casil is an Artist and does Security Guard for a living; his journey in writing began as a blogger. Then, he had ideas and plots for creating stories in the plan to work with a ghostwriter one day. Instead, he decided to write them himself. Vincent eventually pursued storytelling about the past, the future, and today. His genres are Science Fiction, Magical Realism, and Post-Apocalyptic Events. He also includes Humor in most of his storytelling, using reality to transition into fantasies.
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