Technomage (From Earth to Eden, #2)



Technomage (From Earth to Eden, #2) Technomage is author Clayton Bye s second installment of the dark fantasy FROM EARTH TO EDEN THE CONTINUING ADVENTURES OF JACK LIGHTFOOT Pursued by a cyborg sorcerer and the devil himself, Jack Lightfoot is forced to give up all that is human in an effort to find a way to stop the destruction of both Earth and Eden Long Blurb An epic tale of war brimming with an assortment of unique individuals Satan as a human, a teenage corporate genius who has solved the problem of long distance space travel, a man who lives inside the internet, a native healer who is also of the cloth, even a resurrected serial killer, Technomage also delves into the nature of both God and man Note The Sorcerer s Key EARTH TO EDEN I is still in print and widely available or contact the author at ccbye shaw.ca Best Read Technomage (From Earth to Eden, #2) by Clayton Clifford Bye For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 98 pages
  • Technomage (From Earth to Eden, #2)
  • Clayton Clifford Bye
  • English
  • 03 May 2017
  • 0973993375

10 thoughts on “Technomage (From Earth to Eden, #2)

  1. Marva says:

    I read the previous book, Sorcerer s Key, and enjoyed it a lot So when I found the sequel, I jumped right on it.As stated in the book s description, it is an epic story, and I think it deserves to be epic length well, maybe not that long, but I wouldn t mind 90K 100K Anybody who s read my reviews will notice that my complaint is almost invariably too many words This is one of the rare instances where I want , not less.Jack Lightfoot is a mage like no other He can easily bridge the gap I read the previous book, Sorcerer s Key, and enjoyed it a lot So when I found the sequel, I jumped right on it.As stated in the book s description, it is an epic story, and I think it deserves to be epic length well, maybe not that long, but I wouldn t mind 90K 100K Anybody who s read my reviews will notice that my complaint is almost invariably too many words This is one of the rare instances where I want , not less....

  2. Clayton Bye says:

    Reviews Micki Peluso, January 13, 2013 James Secor, July 17, 2012, 5 stars Lucille Perkins, July 28, 2012, 4 starsReview by Micki PelusoJanuary 13, 2013TECHNOMAGEFROM EARTH TO EDEN IIBy Clayton Clifford ByeChase Enterprises June 1, 2012Richard awakens knowing he died on another hideous world, and finds himself facing a despicable creature who fully intends for the magicker to get up And so he might if he could feel or move any part of his body oth...

  3. R.L. Cherry says:

    When you read Clayton Bye s Technomage FROM EARTH TO EDEN , suspend all your previous ideas of the Garden of Eden For this tale, it s a planet in which magic or magick thrives instead of machines for its inhabitants Earth exists and is the one with which we are familiar, where mankind depends upon machines with no magick There is no interaction between the two Well, except for the sorcerer Jack Lightfoot appropriately named who has the ability to move his being from one world to another When you read Clayton Bye s Technomage FROM EARTH TO EDEN , suspend all your previous ideas of the Garden of Eden For this tale, it s a planet in which magic or magick thrives instead of machines for its inhabitants Earth exists and is the one with which we are familiar, where mankind depends upon machines with no magick There is no interaction between the two Well, except for the sorcerer Jack Lightfoot appropriately named who has the ability to move his being from one world to another And then there s Lucifer, the fallen angel and a really bad guy who is also very powerful who wants to destroy both worlds When he decides to combine the machines of Earth with the magick of Eden in his evil plans, he seems unstoppable Except for Jack, the monkey wrench in Lucifer s works But can he give the devil his due Will he be able to stop the unstoppable Can he organize a defense against the indefensible That is the tale that Clayton tells in his tightly...

  4. Rosemary says:

    Clayton Bye offers his readers four worlds to live in following the main character Jack Lightfoot as he travels almost in time as he moves from one world to another better than anyone else can move When Satan found himself to be defeated he moved on to Eden to destroy it and to kill Jack He sent in Richard who is a cyborg to kill Jack but here is where the story takes a...

  5. Douglas Adkins says:

    Clayton Bye offers his readers four worlds to live in following the main character Jack Lightfoot as he travels almost in time as he moves from one world to another better than anyone else can move When Satan found himself to be defeated he moved on to Eden to destroy it and to kill Jack He sent in Richard who is a cyborg to kill Jack but here is where the story takes a few twist that will keep you on the edge.Mr Bye has created the perfect cyber ghost we on occasion find o...

  6. Brian Benson says:

    I have read very few sci fi techno thrillers This fast paced novella was a mixture of the past, present, and future conflict between good and evil Bye peppers the mix with some interesting characters His hero Jack Lightfoot and heroine Victoria Ralston partner to fight against the Devil and his forces of evil Toss in a few of Jack s friends from the past, and the action heats up to a fever pitch I feel that the author Clayton Bye has obviously pondered the age old question of good vs evil, I have read very few sci fi techno thrillers This fast paced novella was a mixture of the past, present, and future conflict between good and evil Bye peppers the mix with some interesting characters His hero Jack Lightfoot and heroine Victoria Ralston partner to fight against the Devil and his forces of evil Toss in a few of Jack s friends from the past, and the action h...

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