Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I want to be a Wanderer....
By Moon Flower on August 24, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Loved this book! D'ae is the coolest. I want to be a Wanderer now. True Science fiction in every way. Creative, new language and of course at the end I grinned. If you are a fan of this genre you should read this.
Great read, grab this one! February 8, 2017
I think this book has about everything thrown inside and the author wraps it all together in a great way. Meet Kirk Alexander Doyle, known as D'ae. He is on earth on a secret mission. he has to save it. Unfortunately he is captured and his memory is cleaned out. Everybody wants D'ae for their own reasons, good and bad. The author takes readers on a fast paced suspense thriller as they try to figure out where the adventure will lead.
Lovely writing December 15, 2016
A great collection of poems that will make you smile, sometimes ponder, but overall you can thoroughly enjoy his writings!
I loved this book and you will too! December 2, 2016
I loved this book and you will too! Great writing from a great mind. One of the many from Timothious Smith. Check out his series, you will love them.
The Wanderer is a fast-paced, sci-fi, with a dash of fantasy and thriller. However don't expect this story to be set in space, most of this story is set on Earth and follows Kirk Alexander Doyle, also known as Da'e or The Wanderer. There are multiple POV's and the chapters jump between the good and the bad guys.
Kirk has strange powers and gifts, and is being hunted down by a number of different groups, some of them are definitely not human. Some want Kirk dead, others call him an angel. I believe the story is loosely based on the second coming of Christ, albeit in an sci-fi/extraterrestrial kind of way. I think this is a self published book so there are some errors which could be sorted with an editor, but the concept of this story is brilliant and was enough to keep me hooked. Some of the terminology was a little bit confusing, but there is a helpful glossary of terms at the back of the book.
All in all The Wanderer is an entertaining read, and although perhaps not as impressive, it reminded me of films such as 'The Book of Eli' and 'Constantine'. It also reminded me of the book 'American Gods by Neil Gaiman'. This is just the first book in the series and ends on a cliffhanger, so you will be left with unanswered questions at the end. Although The Wanderer could do with a bit of a tidy up, it was a very interesting and unique read, I wonder where Mr Smith is going to take the story in the next book.
Interesting read full of ingenuity. I really did enjoy this book. Kirk Alexander Doyle is not who he seems to be. Some say angel, some say he is wanted and the name is Da'e, but all say he is the wanderer. Whatever he really may have to wait for the next installment of this book. You will find bad guys, good guys and plenty of danger as Da'e is on the run trying to help others before he is captured."
Fast-paced and entertaining 24 Oct. 2015
By W. Stuart
The premise of this book drew me right in. I mean who wouldn’t want to read about aliens, a secret mission to save Earth, and a hero without a memory.
Synopsis (from the author): What do two alien races, planet Earth, memory lost, secret organizations, angels, magic, demons, space flight, spirits and the hope of all mankind have in common?
His name is D`ae but on Earth he is known as Kirk Alexander Doyle. Sent to earth on a secret mission to save Earth from with in D`ae is captured and his memory is wiped. His handlers have been trying to contact him for years with no result. The United Earth Bureau of Investigation is out to capture him. The leader of an opposing Alien race wants him dead. Kirk is just trying to understand why he has all these powers that make him different from everyone else.
What I liked: D’ae or Kirk, depending on who he is at any moment, was an interesting character. Part angel, part mystery, he wanders through Earth trying to escape the Earth authorities that want to capture him. His adventures and interactions with the humans were entertaining and inspiring. Even his attempt to rescue the women captured for the aliens was a selfless act. The story itself was an interesting mix of sci-fi, fantasy, and thriller and kept me interested until the end.
What I didn’t like: The story had multiple POVs, which made it a bit difficult to follow at times. I also thought it could have used some additional editing and the writing could have been tighter.
Overall impression: The Wanderer: Book One of the Godsend Series: Section One was an entertaining read. I liked the characters, the storyline, and the action of the book. I think it needs some additional editing and it would be an excellent read.
I really enjoyed these poems I really enjoyed these poems.
There was a lot of imagery and details packed into a more traditional format. I felt like I was reading poetic story flowing from the heart. I feel like there an interesting story behind the poems.
He is a romantic at heart and it comes through in the heart felt poems he writes. Thanks for the great collection the touch the heart and made my day a little brighter.
Moving, meaningful and prolific, this author is an extraordinary writer and ALL of his books are literal gems.