#Book Review – Broken Revelations: Horsemen Rising by Albert Scott

Lately, I’ve had the luck of finding some excellent books about Fallen Angels, and Broken Revelations: Horsemen Rising reaches levels I didn’t expect. Albert Scott takes a young man, Adrian, who is like the rest of us, looking for love and a place where he belongs and shows us a world that is unexpected and dark, though beautiful at the same time.

The interaction of Adrian and his friends has a genuine feeling. Even when everything that he knows changes into a bizarre melding of heaven and hell, he keeps his sarcastic sense of humor. Having the location of the story somewhere that I’m familiar with is always a bonus when I read a book as I think Oh, I know that place.

Albert Scott’s visualizations are amazing, showing each character and location so that it’s vivid in my mind and not easy to shake. While not everything is perfect, I enjoyed the story. Congratulations on your first book, Mr. Scott, and I look forward to reading more from you!

I give Broken Revelations: Horsemen Rising by Albert Scott 4 out of 5 Stars.

About Broken Revelations: Horsemen Rising

Adrian Gray thought he was just an ordinary guy was happy living an average boring life…

That is until his life took to a sharp turn into the extraordinary after a one night stand with a beautiful woman calling herself “The Tattoo lady” leads him to the discovery that he was anything but ordinary as he quickly discovers that he and The Tattoo Lady are Nephal: the children of Angels and Demons, and are two of the prophesied four horsemen of the Apocalypse and meets the other two horsemen Matekai and Iku just in time for all of heaven and hell to break loose and uncovering a renegade angel’s plot to free the pagan gods to cause even more havoc on earth.

Now it’s up to the four horsemen unite to save the world that they were destined to destroy… that is if there anything left to save.

About Albert Scott

After searching the Internet, I found the following links for Albert Scott, but no biographical information. So, he will remain a mystery to me and the rest of the world, which I hope doesn’t last long as he sounds like an interesting person based on his Twitter posts.

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