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The Octunnumi Fosbit Files Prologue By Trevor Alan Foris Is Trevor Alan Foris is your usual sci fifantasy The plot is one of a kind and implementation of the theme is eually uniue so much so that reading it makes you feel as if it s written by someone from some another planet Yes literallyThe Octunnumi is an alliance of different "Innesomids Its Main Purpose "its main purpose to keep all the innesomids safe The inhabitants of Octunnumi have special abilities and are able to visit any myth fantasy and make believe The brothers Reig and Trad with their special abilities and heightened skills travel between different innesomids by opening various access points to perform certain assignments mainly to fix things Nate Fosbit a voluntary exiled member of Octunnumi who had chosen to live in Fethrist in the past suddenly reappears with destruction at his hands and revenge on his mind The various innesomids are at risk of being completely destroyed and it s up to two brothers with the help of their mother Meiegryn the Commanding Officer of Octunnumi Edgar Fosbit Nate s estranged father and other officials of Octunnumi to et to Nate before it Tracking Daddy Down gets too late The story is uite complicated and needs a thorough reading toet it completely It is full of adventure imagine having an ability to visit any fairy tale or to Cooked: From the Streets to the Stove, from Cocaine to Foie Gras go back to any time period you find amusing That s what inhabitants of the Octunnumi are able to do The brothers take readers on a journey filled with various adventures Trevor the inner voice of Reig is enthralling and makes for fascinating conversations between the brothers Reig is practical whereas Trad is sweet thoughrumpy at times not that you can blame him much considering Reig s panache for keeping things a secret There are too many characters the other beings some half living half machines ordinary inhabitants and bewitchers but if you ve patience you will Fat get to know them in time And the book as the title states is just a prologue the whole book yes so the things should be focused and clearer in the next in series the actual story There is one thing I would like to say the initial journey of brothers which takes readers on various adventures is no doubt uite exploratoryets tedious at times The entry of villain though happens uite early in the story it takes almost three uarter of book to et to start of actual destructive events A tight editing would have made things focused and sharper Usually I m a person who is not for movie version of books but this book would make for a reat sci fi movie I feel as in case of The Lord of Rings the reading Ambition and Accommodation: How Women View Gender Relations gets too tedious at times but watching the movies is solely entertaining I m tempted to say this book is not for everyone Only if you are a hard core sci fi fan you would like and appreciate the beauty of The Octunnumi Fosbit Files Prologue This story begins innocuously enough with teenage brothers and their banter and play fighting The main premise is soon revealed to be that aroup of children is missing so bring on suspicions of who is responsible and speculation on motives and uestions like do they even want to be found That s when it s hard to tear yourself away from the immersive story Trevor Alan Foris has created There s a part of the story where characters literally walk into and become part of a painting and that s very much like my experience of reading this surreal tale set in such rich landscapes It s like Foris has curated a whole bunch of his weirdest dreams and put them together in an exhibition that you can climb right. ONLY AVAILABLE FROM; wwwthe octunnumicomPublishers note;The Octunnumi does not existFosbit and any files relating to a Fosbit do not existThe Tarelen peoples that protect and provide sanctuary for the Avitens of Fethrist are not realThe abilities of the Tarelen peoples with their heightened skills living in their Utopian world are myth their purpose here mere tal. .

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Y job According to the little we know about himher author Trevor Alan Foris is currently halfway through the second of many many books that are THE OCTUNNUMI A JUST OUT OF Octunnumi a just out of doesn t really exist world of mythical creatures and magic Of course the mythical creatures take reat issue with this title as they are of course not mythical at all being the native inhabitants of the planet Earth way before well a long time ago and as for magic there is no such thing Like the aforementioned non mythical creatures the abilities of the Tarelen peoples are in no way magical After all mind control telepathic communication telekinetic control over objects is no different to any one of us breathing and is that considered magic No of course not although a rock might disagree A richly colorful both verbally and visually epic novel seems daunting at first but the author seems to be iving us permission to lose time and place and sense and reason and juts string along with the wild meanderings this story presents Perhaps the best introduction to the lyrical writing by Trevor is to offer the opening lines of the book for an appreciation of the style and color in store Are you insane Octunnumi Alliance Operatives Reigous Sedwint Eniexous and Tradien Everwick Thivimus currently "enjoying their most recent regeneration as eighteen year olds for the umpteenth time crouch their backs "their most recent regeneration as eighteen year olds for the umpteenth time crouch their backs one of the many concrete pillars that support the crumbling roof of the abandoned warehouse Through the An Ethics of Interrogation gloom overturned boxes crates tables and chairs that lie scattered about the vast space are highlighted by the purple moonlight filtering through the begrimed windows high above them We don t have time for this Trad Reig continues in a hissed whisper to his twin If she finds out Relax Trad replies flicking his hand in the direction of a stack of large crates opposite them When they collapse and reveal nothing herumbles Dammit I could have sworn Relax Reig exclaims You ve brought us to an Innesomid we are not supposed to be in slap in the middle of a a streaks of white light zap around them dislodging Reig s hat and sending it spinning on its side across the floor Rolling his eyes he continues a war zone when we should in fact be heading to Fethrist also an Innesomid not on our to do list I might add but iven where we actually are that would be preferable Too ominous to summarize the following hints at the flow of the book s content The Octunnumi is an alliance of individuals who have uniue powers that are used to protect the Innesomids which are territories that share the same time and space 18 year old brothers Rieg and Trad are agents of the Octunnumi and although they leap between the Innesomids to tackle pretty minor problems they suddenly find themselves tasked with preventing a former member from destroying everything in a heinous revenge plot Will they succeed Or will life be over as they know it This is an unforgettable journey through many magnificent worlds heading toward the ultimate confrontation with a villain set on destroying it allThere is a passage from Shakespeare s Tempest that shares a similar atmosphere And like the baseless fabric of this vision The cloud capped towers the orgeous palaces The solemn temples the Animal Ecology greatlobe itself Yea all which it inherit shall dissolve And like this insubstantial pageant faded Leave not a rack behind We are such stuff As dreams are made on and our little life Is rounded with a sleep Be patient on this journey to enter another world. From the past' that is set to destroy well anything There is no disaster loomingAnyway regardless of any potential threat that may or may not be present this publication The Octunnumi and any reference to any other beings is a work of fictionAnd for the record Scariodintts should they exist are perfectly lovely beings whose purpose in life is rossly misunderstoo. ,

Into By the end I m not sure I wanted to climb out again I read a lot of books I read every night before I o to sleep This is my new favorite world I forgot a lot of the time that it was a debut novel It moves uickly enough to keep you hooked but ives you enough was a debut novel It moves uickly enough to keep you hooked but ives you enough Anarchist Modernism: Art, Politics, and the First American Avant-Garde get invested in the characters It really is a roller coaster of emotions characters having to face difficult choices some of which become clearer later on I really can not wait for the next book from Trevor Alan Foris I read it far too uickly it was over far too soon so I will probably read it again to spot all the bits I missed A really uniue experience to read a book directly off a website but after Iot past the initial strangeness of it I found the book to be really deep and rewarding I m not sure I d always like to read them in this way but the uality of writing made me overlook that aspect and I thought it was This looked so Betting on Ideas: Wars, Inventions, Inflation good that I had toive it a try I would love to see it as a paper back to see if the feel of the ebook would translate Trevor Alan Foris s The Octunnumi Fosbit Files Prologue was a Being after Rousseau: Philosophy and Culture in Question great read It s bursting with fantastical characters and even fantastical situations and twists and turns that kept meuessing at the end of every page This was an adventure and then some It s written with young adults in mind but I think we re all young at heart if we allow ourselves to be I really enjoyed this book for its pure escapism and creativity The author writes in a really easily readable accessible and engaging way that just kept me turning the pages and wanting I don t want to spoil it for anyone but one of my favourite parts was set in a series of impossible rooms full of mirrors complete with fashion dummies that come to life and outfits that spontaneously change Brilliant This book was a real surprise for me A positive oneWhilst I have previously read futuristic dystopian novels vampire and werewolf books and some science fiction I have always shied away from anything involving dragons faes and fairies as being to out there for me I therefore consider this my first proper fantasy novelActually from page one and the first mention of fairies faes weapons I did not understand and people with odd names I thought I would not like this book and should just stop reading now and yet somehow I could not make myself stop and kept turning the pages and was completely involved with the characters and storyline before I even knew itLoved it The way the worlds storyline and characters are built is brilliant very complex and engaging This book is the beginning of a series that I assume is Berlioz and His Century: An Introduction to the Age of Romanticism going to be long because the whole book is the prologue I was shocked when I realized it wasn t just the title not to mention intrigued I ve been ignoring traditional novels for web novels recently because of their longevity so I m looking forward to the next installments in this seriesThe book itself is pretty long it took me a couple days too through it and I m usually a fast reader but the story is interesting and I couldn t wait to make it to the endIn the story we immediately star I liked this book by Foris I wouldn t say I absolutely loved it but as new authors o this was a pretty solid entry into a difficult science fiction field There was a lot To Wrap My Head my head as the book really ot underway I wouldn t say it was complicated just for the sake of it Everything had it s place and I think it all elled pretty well overall Mr Tradien I am not telling you I am narrating that s Es; rumours of their reincarnations enabling them to live many lives ridiculousAnd there is definitely no magicNone at allNo really there isn’tMagic is not a thingThere are also no hidden worlds or mythical beings coexisting just out of sight Eually there are no secret access points to these hidden worlds that don’t exist and there is no 'unfinished business. ,