Born October 31, 1978. He was a soldier and took part in many missions worldwide including Iraq. Aft...
Amanda Brown was born on February 14, 1994. She and her sister lived in France till their parents were killed when they were children. The girls were put into an orphanage where they learnt the art of hunting monsters.
Michael Keyth (very nice name, by the way) changed my life. It's very hard to describe what I felt, so I will try to put it into simple words. I donwloaded the ebook because I liked the cover. When I finished first part I felt like when I found a new series on Tv and couldn’t wait to find out what would happen next. Great work. I hope Book 1 will come up fast
Review by Ashlee, Manchester
I love the characters Michael has created especially Tokutei, a Japanese ninja who is trained in a dozen of martial arts. Each character is unique and I bet there would be some conflicts between them. BTW, read all the parts 'cause every one is different.
Review by Ozzy from Bodrum, Turkey
ASAT is a clever ebook written by Michael Keyth. It’s the introduction to the real story. (I loved the summary by the way) After reading this ebook I got to know the 6 main characters and I can assume what conflicts the author has prepared for us. I really love this Surya character. I look forward to next parts. Definitely recommend!
Review by StrawieB from France
1. Book 0 of ASAT. I like the title, like the idea, the characters and the action. What I don’t like is time I have to wait for next part to be available.
Review by SamW from Montreal, Canada
I can’t imagine a better character than Tokutei (part 2) He’s an eminent warrior who follows his code. To me he's a true hero who makes the story more excited, something like Captain America in Avengers. His difficult life made him who he is now. I’m looking forward to book 1 to see how Michael Keyth mixed this character among the others.
Review by PeterTheGod from Warsaw, Poland
ASAT book 0 is a story of 6 people how they became members of a special organisation. We learn that the world is going to end and Arthur West is the guy responsible for stopping it. Great idea for the book, and the movie (if there ever will be one) The suspense and the action in each part makes you sit through the night and finish the book. If you still hesitate to read it, read it! You will not regret it.
Review by Josh78
I’ve seen a book trailer on youtube. I thought I would give it a try, why not? I had the ebook on my computer for two weeks and then when I was really bored I started to read it. I must admit the book is really gripping and clever. I love the story of Dan and Lian the most. The action is well-written and problems and unanswered questions. Can’t wait for the Book 1.
First of all I would like to thank Michael Keyth for giving me opportunity to review his work as the first one. I had a great pleasure to read all five parts before they were published. Here is what I thought. In Book 0 we met six characters that make the team, here in Book 1 we have all these characters working together to complete the Seal of Solomon. There are five parts of the book and each part deals with one piece of the seal. The first one is the longest one because we have this introduction to ASAT, what the group is about what their tasks will be and so on. From the very start we may see several conflicts between characters who are totally different from one another. All the fights are presented in details and there are plot twists all the time. Many a time will you meet something that you didn’t expect, which only adds to the thrill you feel while reading this book. Each part has flashbacks concerning one character. The flashbacks themselves answer a lot of questions and they work like flashbacks in Lost, namely, they make you addicted to the story. To my surprise, the last part is not the best. I found the forth one the most exciting one, which takes part in Attica prison in the USA. What about the ending? There is no way you can predict the ending the story ends in such a point that you have to read Book 2. From what I know Book 2 starts in the point the first one ended, and I hope I would have this great opportunity to read it as a first one, too. I recommend this book to everyone who love action, fights, paranormalia and of course love stories.
Review by LuckyLuke from Indie
1. I give this book 9/10 It’s definitely spectacular and gripping. I could feel the suspense and the chills running down my spine. I had to stop reading from time to time to think about what had just happened or put everything together. Why 9/10 not 10/10? The answer is simple 38 thousand words do not satisfy my needs. I hope the next book is longer.
After Reading Book 0 your are taken to Book 1. The story takes place a week later and is divided into five chapters. Each chapter regards one piece of the Seal of Solomon that the team struggles to retrieve. And that’s all I can reveal about the plot. There are six characters, completely different, and the difference does nothing but conflicts between them. My favourite one is Tokutei, a martial arts master who even though has his code, he constantly tries to prove he’s better than the others and does everything his own way, which many a time jeopardizes the missions. The book is full of unexpected twists which create that “WOW” while reading. I liked the fact that it doesn’t take place in one place, but the team travels to a prison, north Europe and some other places around the USA. The language isn’t difficult so the targeted audience is well chosen- young adults. If you love constant action, fights, zombies, vampires and other paranormalia, this book is definitely for you. Make sure to read Book 0 first, without it you may get lost in the first part. My mark 4,5/5.