✪ The Obsidian Mirror Books ✬ Author K.D. Keenan – Realestatelawcenter.us

The Obsidian Mirror Who Says Old Gods Can T Learn New Tricks An Ancient Evil Has Hijacked Silicon Valley Technology To Destroy The Earth S Natural Balance And Sierra Carter, Out Of Work PR Executive, Doesn T Know Why She Has To Be The One To Set Things Right With The Help And Occasional Push In The Right Direction From A Part Time Coyote, A Mannegishi Named Fred And A Few Rather Human Friends, Sierra Faces Down Monsters And Demons To Confront The Mayan God Necocyaotl And His Human Henchmen Along The Way, She Begins To Develop Her Own Surprising Powers And Discovers Companionship And Love.

✪ The Obsidian Mirror  Books ✬ Author K.D. Keenan – Realestatelawcenter.us
  • Paperback
  • 326 pages
  • The Obsidian Mirror
  • K.D. Keenan
  • English
  • 23 April 2018
  • 1940820162

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  1. says:

    Despite the clearly paranormal genre we re in, I enjoyed the author anchoring the story to very topical real world events, such as mass scale layoffs our heroine is one of the ten percent laid off for no reason having anything to do with her performance nothing like feeling powerless to control your destiny Other slice of life observations really struck home as well In Sierra s experience, people in Silicon Valley were too busy to make friends outside of work She knew people with spouses Despite the clearly paranormal genre we re in, I enjoyed the author anchoring the story to very topical real world events, such as mass scale layoffs our heroine is one of the ten percent laid off for no reason having anything to do with her performance nothing like feeling powerless to control your destiny Other slice of life observations re...


  2. says:

    2.5 5 The storyline was good enough to finish the book, but the writing was poor at times and a lot of the story felt cheesy.


  3. says:

    Environmental issues, power play, ancient Mayan gods, a Coyotl yes, Coyotl that turns into a drop dead gorgeous young man, a green being of mannegishi, vodun no, not voodoo , and a bit of reality admit it it sparked some interest in you A few days ago I published an interview K.D was so very kind to tackle You know what It feels strange how some times you read a book, or watch a film, on a serious issue such as environmental problems, a nuclear p Environmental issues, power play, ancient Mayan gods, a Coyotl yes, Coyotl that turns into a drop dead gorgeous young man, a green being of mannegishi, vodun no, not voodoo , and a bit of reality admit it it sparked some interest in you A...


  4. says:

    What do you get when you mix American Indian folklore with Aztec mythology There s a good chance you d come out with something like the Obsidian Mirror There are a lot of books out there which draw on Greek mythology, and I usually enjoy books in that particular genre Other books draw on Norse, Celtic and Egyptian mythology, and I also like those I haven t read many that incorporate Native American and other North, Central, and South American mythology into their story lines It is that aspe What do you get when you mix American Indian folklore with Aztec mythology There s a good chance you d come out with something like the Obsidian Mirror There are a lot of books out there which draw on Greek mythology, and I usually enjoy books in that particular genre Other books draw on Norse, Celtic and Egyptian mythology, and I also like those I haven t read many that incorporate Native American and other North, Central, and South American mythology into their story lines It is that aspect which initially spar...


  5. says:

    Native American mythology is often understated and you can never find enough of it in Fantasy Literature But don t worry, K.D Keenan is here to fix that with The Obsidian Mirror.What makes the author so special Well, let s just say that her best childhood friend was a Native American skull, which she received when she turned six...


  6. says:

    The Obsidian Mirror is a fantasy surrounding Native American mythology and mixing it with modern day environmental issues Sierra Carter has just been fired from her job in PR at Black Diamond a company who make silicon conductors.She then finds herself chosen by mythical Gods to help save the planet Given magical feathers, a guide called Chaco who can morph into a coyote and befriended by a creature called a Mannegishi, Sierra is taken to meet an ancient God known as Quetzalcoatl He sends her The Obsidian Mirror is a fantasy surrounding Native American mythology and mixing it with modern day environmental issues Sierra Carter has just been fired from her job in PR at Black Diamond a company who make silicon conductors.She then finds herself chosen by mythical Gods to help save the planet Given magical feathers, a guide called Chaco who can morph into a coyote and befriended by a creature called...


  7. says:

    Keenan has a great sense for providing accurate and interesting place descriptions and presents a keen appreciation for the out doors and all that nature provides Her attempt at packaging an Eco Fantasy into a gripping story is commendable All of the characters, from Sierra, the unjustly laid off employee of a tech developer in Silicon Valley, to her cohorts from the alt...


  8. says:

    Any fan of mythology and good old fantasy will greatly enjoy this novel Keenan manages to hook the reader from page one, throwing in some unusual characters and tropes , mixing it up with a villain that has a brand new bag of toys I won t spoil but it is a new take on the whole good vs evil fight I love the fact that Keenan picked Meso American mythology and rocked the world with it She clearly knows her stuff and has the potential to take on seasoned authors with her mastery of languag Any fan of mythology and good old fantasy will greatly enjoy th...


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this book K D Keenan wrote fantasy and characters that were enjoyable Fred, Chaco, Clancy, Kaylee, and Sierra were my favorites It has humor, conspiracy, good and evil K.D Keenan has a vivid imagination with her characters all through the end S...


  10. says:

    I truly enjoyed this story steeped in mythology, especially since it wasn t the classic Greek or Roman myths While there were parts that moved a bit slow for my tastes, particularly a few descriptive scenes and a couple of the environmental elements, overall, it was a good story I loved the characters of Chaco and Fred who both added elements of humor, especially Fred There were also a f...

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