The CW Chronicles
by Silvano Williams
Pub Date 8 Dec 2013
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Vlad never knew what a normal life was like.
Back on Earth, he was a former military mental patient. Now, Vlad is a member of the Dimension Police, partnered with the ultimate champion of Order, Captain Weirdiverse.
Together, they are investigating the trail of carnage strewn across the cosmos by the unstoppable force of Chaos, Villain.
Thrust into the Weirdiverse's tragic struggle of Order versus Chaos, Vlad is imbued with the power to see and narrate memories; to enter minds and experience the events of the past.
However, Villain has found a way to destroy the very source of Life, and Vlad is imprisoned by his allies, accused of genocide.
Using his newfound ability, Vlad recounts the events that led to this catastrophe, helping the Dimension Police find a way to reclaim order in the cosmos.
Only by working together can they stop Villain, but sometimes, not even the ultimate sacrifice is enough to save the day...
In this battle of Good versus Evil, the crazy guy is the middle ground!
"Sinners" is the first episode of The CW Chronicles, a saga of cosmic proportions!
What a fun and exciting read, I don't usually read space type books but this caught my eye.
It was very cleverly written and should really be a comic book.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
It's a good against evil type with brilliant world building, I could see exactly where we were throughout the story.
I loved the wild characters they were interesting and well developed in a way that you can really understand where they were coming from.
if you enjoy space themed stories you'll love this.
In his first book, SIlvano Williams shocked us with his imagery and filled us with anxiety through masterful timing. In Sinners, he uses theme and mood to breathe life into the story by satirically mocking it all along the way. But don’t worry; he did not neglect the talents from Spoon-Fed Addiction in the process. In just 90 pages, Silvano takes from local domestication to inter-dimensional travel, from villain to hero, and from hope to despair.
Finally, the artwork: It’s hokey, over-the-top, and exactly perfect. The visual images not only bring the tale to life, but are seamlessly matching in style and heart.