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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
War of the World Makers by Reilly Michaels is a book like nothing I have ever read before, an epic tale that blends together elements of fantasy, sci-fi, and historical characters to create an enjoyable reading experience. The reader is introduced to a phenomenal event, the war of the centuries fought between some of the brilliant minds and historical personalities who have shaped the course of history. Leonardo Da Vinci returns in our time in the form of Master Edison Godfellow and is about to reinvent the future. His dream is to replace humanity with a new world order and his power could extend to the stars. Now, World Maker Czarina Catherine II joins with her younger version, Princess Von Anhalt, and others like Niccolo Paganini (another World Maker) and the spellcrafter Zolo Bold to stop Godfellow’s schemes. The result is an action-packed, rollicking ride through the centuries.
This is a work of great imagination and intelligence, a beautifully plotted story that allows readers to look at the world from a completely new perspective. The characters are compelling and readers will enjoy seeing historical figures like Leonardo Da Vinci, imbued with a powerful role, in a work of fiction. The writing is impeccable, and the conversations are intelligently crafted and engaging. The author's use of suspense makes the story a riveting read. There are many elements that make this book appealing — the strong historical references, the great pacing, the compelling characters, the elegant prose, and a lot more. War of the World Makers is spellbinding, intense, and well balanced.