Father Of Storms

The new adventure
as a dramatised audiobook


  • Sci-Fi
  • Adventure


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About The Book

Father Of Storms

Seth was born into an ordinary life. His father, Garrett, had high hopes of him becoming a warrior just like him. Mercia needed more strong fighters to keep the kingdom safe, in his opinion and his son would grow to become the greatest ever known.

The ability to fight was not the only skill he was blessed with. Mae, the local Spae worker spots something special in the young boy that will shape the path of his life, the ability to control energy.

Over 1200 years later, Seth finds himself a prisoner in a place he doesn’t recognise. All he knows is that his captors are telling him that his family are dead. Something doesn’t make sense; he can’t remember who he truly is.

Trying to help him gain control of his abilities are the Mara, spirits who have spent a millennium as his companions. Their plan is to show Seth his life through dreams, during periods of unconsciousness, to reawaken the only man they fear. Then they will watch as hell is brought down on those who were foolish enough to take their master from them.

Through the years Seth has fought many battles, but this last fight is the most important. Unlike the others, there are no swords or spears, this time the battlefield is in his mind.

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For a fantasy book, this one is fairly short and to the point. It is very fast paced — unfortunately, too fast paced at certain points when it needed to slow down and let us get to know the characters a bit more. However, it makes up for that with interesting characters, worlds and story! The action scenes were well done as well.

Ehab Ahmed


Elji Saga

Sci Fi is certainly not my normal read, but strangely thoroughly enjoyed. Colin’s imagination, allied with his excellent use of vocabulary, ensures this to be an interesting, thought-provoking read.

It draws oneself into utilising one’s own thought processes, allowing one to fully appreciate the ins and outs of the saga.
For me also, I can see connections with some of today’s, how shall I say, conspiracy theorists, who believe, that our world, is in some way manipulated by major unseen forces, that influence / control world politics and events.

Anne Joyner


Excellent storytelling with an enlightening undertow

I really enjoyed this book, not just for the character development, mental imagery, the engaging storyline but also because here is a book with a deeper meaning.

Yes you can read this book as a fantasy novel, and it is a very pleasurable read to do so, the characters are strong and believable, and there is a good plot which leads itself to further development, a sequel, a trilogy, who knows, but there is something much much more which the writer is trying to convey, something very much in tune with the way you may or may not choose to live your life, a deeper meaning of life and the universe itself.

An excellent read.

Fisher Cooper


An epic saga that has so many twists and turns!

Wow! So much going on in this book. The characters have been written with intricate detail and so much history to them. This first book gives you just an enticing entrance into these fantasy worlds and people, which have many elements of reality to them.

An absolute must read and I cannot wait for the next story to be released. Highly recommend

S. Mccloud


Newbie to sci-fi reading.

Usually I don’t read sci-fi, but I thoroughly enjoyed getting my teeth into Elji and his pursuits for harmony and universal peace.

There are lots of messages for us to take on board for a better world. I finished it soon as I couldn’t leave Elji alone. I was immersed in his world and story and often stopped to have a bit of a ponder.

Now I am now wondering what will become of those two as – yet – to – be- born babies? Mr Sinclair, congratulations on your first part of this saga. I look forward in anticipation for the next. xxxx

Honey Bee