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Reviewed by Vincent Dublado for Readers' Favorite
With nine awards and named Fiction Book of the Year by Authors Circle, The Destroyer of Worlds: An Answer to Every Question by Steven Seril rightfully deserves to be called the Book of the Century. Rich in both substance and chaos, the main plot revolves around the war between two reptile species, the cosmic dragons and the alien dinosaurs. Both species want to rule the cosmos, and this is where a plethora of gods from the colorful myths of different cultures take sides on who should rightfully rule. It is a time of hostility and unrest, and as the gods take sides, you will be drawn into a multi-layered story that takes you to the world of benign and destructive divines as well as epic battles that will determine the fate of the cosmos.
There are too many gods and other celestials for me to keep tabs on, and I’m so glad to have read The Destroyer of Worlds as it renewed my ties to these mythical heroes that I first came to know when I was a child. Steven Seril tells his story with great mastery and command. For its intended audience, it is definitely great reading entertainment. I enjoyed reading it myself because the stuff that Seril has written is the kind that covers a huge chunk of my reading tastes. There is plenty of dramatic conflict in this story, and Azure is one of the characters that is sure to linger in your mind. It is easy to acknowledge the creativity and imagination that went into writing this book. It will not only appeal to lovers of speculative fiction. The Destroyer of Worlds has the energy, intelligence, and absurdity that can draw any reader’s attention.