Moses is a fine writer deserving of success, and I think that it will follow ... Personally, I really enjoyed Moses's work. -David Farland, NYT Bestselling Author of The Runelords The Black God's War is, to date, the finest example of quality independent fantasy I've seen. --IndieFantasyReview An inventive tale with high command of craft. -Scott Nicholson, Bestselling Kindle Author of The Red Church ________ Against the backdrop of epic warfare and the powers of ten mysterious gods, Lucia struggles to understand The Black One. Her father-king wants war. Her messianic brother wants peace. The black god wants his due. She suffers all the consequences. King Vieri is losing his war against the lands of Pawelon. Feeling abandoned by his god, he forces his son Caio, the kingdom's holy savior, to lead his army. Victory ought to come soon. To counter Caio's powers, Pawelon's prince enters the conflict. Rao is a gifted sage, a master of spiritual laws. He joins the rajah to defend their citadel against the invaders. But Rao's ideals soon clash with his army's general. The Black One tortures Lucia nightly with visions promising ather ten years of bloodshed. She can longer tell the difference between the waking world and her nightmares. Lucia kws the black god too well. He entered her bed and dreams when she was ten. The Black One watches, waiting to see Lucia confront an impossible decision over the fates of two men-and two lands. ________ The writing is tight, the characters well-drawn and deep, and the world feels alive and many-layered. -W. Brondtkamffer's Blog Siregar's prose is smooth and he has his sense of pacing nailed down ... More like this, please. -Signal dot Noise blog If you want to read a talented new author with a flair for storytelling, you should definitely pick up this story. -Debra L. Martin's Review, Two Ends of the Pen Blog .. . excellent storytelling in this debut, a tale spun with a degree of elegance I did t fully. -Ron C. Nieto's Blog Siregar's strongest suit may be the character development on display, as the royal siblings and a few other characters exude their personalities and frailties in a believable fashion. -Skull Salad Reviews 'The Black God's War' has all the right ingredients ... His characters are as passionate as his descriptive prose. The pacing is perfect ... This is a work epic fantasy fans don't want to miss. -Bryan Thomas Schmidt's blog
Moses Siregar III is a co-host of the popular Adventures In SciFi Publishing podcast, where he has interviewed Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Guy Gavriel Kay, Sherrilyn Kenyon, David Farland, Tracy Hickman, Dan Wells, Michael A. Stackpole, Eric Flint, Laura Resnick, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Nathan Bransford, Robin Sullivan, and Michael J Sullivan. The AISFP podcast has also interviewed Neil Gaiman, Kevin J Anderson, and Ray Bradbury, among others. Moses has a B.A. in Religion. He lives in Prescott, AZ with his wife and son. 'The Black God's War' is his first novel.