A Fool's Babel

Book 1: The Fenris Solution

Fiction - Science Fiction
334 Pages
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Author Biography

T. A. Richards or more specifically Terry Allen Richards II, was born in Hartford, CT and graduated from Rockville High School of Vernon, CT. Recently retired from the US Army, Terry is a permanently disabled veteran and very proud to be an American. He meets his physical challenges head on and uses the sport of disabled bodybuilding to stay out of a wheelchair. In 2003 Terry graduated from Southern California Seminary and has used this education as both a private educator and a US Army Chaplain. His writing career began in high school with a multitude of short stories and has since grown to include graphic novels, reflective and inspirational articles and almost a dozen novels. Ultimately his goal is to start his own production company where the world will see his many creative visions come to life on the 'big screen.'

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

A Fool's Babel: Book 1 - The Fenris Solution by TA Richards is a gripping novel that may just be more fact than fiction than we would like to believe. The government is keeping secrets, but then that is nothing new. We know that the government will take whatever steps are necessary to keep these secrets as well. They think nothing of killing you off, no matter where you were or what you were doing, if they thought that you were going to spill those secrets. Especially if one of those secrets was about an ancient virus, one that the government thought they could turn into a bio weapon. Even more so, if you know that the government had tried to enhance the virus to make it more deadly. What would they do to you if you knew that the virus had gone bad and the experiment badly wrong? The government must go on a cleansing spree and they have you in their sights.

A Fool's Babel: Book 1 – The Fenris Solution was an amazing read with plenty of action in it. It was captivating, to put it bluntly, and quite scary too. Even more so when you think that this kind of thing is more than likely happening, or going to happen, somewhere in the world. This is a gripping tale of science fiction, terror and government conspiracies and I thought it was one of the best written books I have read for a while. Mr. Richards has a clear talent for putting words on paper in a way that makes you both want to carry on reading until it's finished and to push the book away in horror. The characters were highly believable and the story is, sadly, a very believable one too. Nobody wants to imagine that this kind of thing could be happening, but we may have to face facts and get our heads out of the sand. Amazing book, really looking forward to the next book.