Thursday, 1 May 2014


by Jason Crawford

I read Chains of Prophecy a while ago but I decided to post my review of it now as at the moment Jason Crawford and his wife have launched a project called “Publish Chains of Prophecy!” They already have a bit over 2K and 14 days to get it to 10K. It would mean the world to the author if you support him! Check out the links below:


Samuel Buckland is a young man who has it all – a great job, nice car, and prospects for the future. Gregory Caitlin is a businessman who specializes in designing the next generation of technology, and he’s running for Governor of California.
But when the two cross paths, even the angels tremble.
An archangel has been taken from Heaven, and a sorcerer is using her power to steal knowledge directly from the Godhead. Sam must overcome his lack of faith and accept his destiny as heir to the magic of King Solomon, or the balance between Heaven and Hell will be destroyed forever.
Caitlin has been busy too. He’s learned the secret to bring back God into a Godless world. With each innovation, with each new development, he’s closer and closer to the paradise he imagines the Earth could be…and he’ll be damned if this accountant gets in his way.
An atheist forced to harness the powers of demons and genies. A believer who has begun to walk a darker path. Bound together by an archangel who can see God’s plans for both of them.
Can any of them escape the Chains of Prophecy?


I really enjoyed reading Chains of Prophecy by Jason Crawford. This book has a great cast of characters, religion, action, humor and more. Samuel Buckland doesn't believe in God, but after a chain of tragic events in his life he is going to change his opinion. The question is, will he live after meeting the one who's trying to kill him?

The author did a great job bringing to life both good and evil characters, fleshing out the characters of Samuel Buckland and Gregory Caitlin, making them real. I loved reading about Sam dreaming about Mikey and the girl chained to the wall, and it was quite a surprise to find out who they really were. And of course a great idea about the book Sam found after his parents' death.

Chains of Prophecy has great descriptions, action and dialogue. I'm sure the author had a great time writing this book. I now look forward to reading the next book in the series.



Jason P. Crawford was born in Louisiana in 1981. His writing career began in 2012, when he sat down for some "writing time" with his wife and sister-in-law. He has always been fascinated by the magic in the real world, leading him to focus most of his efforts on urban fantasy and science fiction.
In addition to publishing his own work, he has spent time as a freelance writer, preparing articles and ghost-writing for others. In addition to Chains of Prophecy, Jason has completed The Drifter, a story about gods walking in the world of men, and Cycles of Destruction: Earth, a science fiction novel which reveals the true history of the human race and the forces that shaped it. His life as a husband, father, and teacher (as well as hardcore gamer) have opened up and nurtured a wealth of imagination and given Jason a tendency to flights of fancy, and those flights give rise to his work.

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