Sharing two 4*/5 reviews on Age of Hiblisk:
Age of Hiblisk: A Story with a Soul, a highly entertaining and enriching fantasy tale, filled with beautiful secrets of Mother Nature and advanced spiritual knowledge is the journey of Prince William and Princess Sara, the central characters, through the magical and spiritual worlds of Pantolis, Hiblisk, and Ikra in a mythological landscape with corresponding characters which have been securely fortified for eras by the people of the secret planets at the back the alarm by the sinister services of Dushtt to assert primacy over the domain of Pantolis.
AGE OF HIBLISK
The plot is easy to understand and follow. It might even be real, if you think of it. Two disputing kingdoms, the village bewilderingly caught between them. The villagers appeal to one kingdom, the king rises to their aid, only to be caught by the other kingdom. That in turn leads to nemeses becoming allies against the darkness, helped in their efforts by a “master”. It is not very confusing, but it’s not something on unexpected lines either. The message that the author conveys is nice, it felt like the yin-yang concept to me. The twist toward the end was nice, but the reaction to the twist felt out of place. The character names , On one hand you have these names like Jickson and Prede, William and Sara, which feel like Western names, and then you have names like Shalaka and Dussht which feel Indian. The best part of the book was the map at the end perhaps. That was something that got a smile