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Corr Syl the Terrible–Advance Reviews

By Garry Rogers @Garry_Rogers

Advance Reviews

Corr Syl 5--HollandReaders have begun reviewing Corr Syl the Terrible while publication awaits the Library of Congress number and other preliminaries.

Corr Syl the Terrible by Garry Rogers is an exciting sci-fi novel with a very intriguing setting, a unique plot and a fascinating collection of characters. Imagine a world where the animals are a hundred times more advanced than humans, both intellectually and in their military skills. A world where human civilization is way behind that of the animals. Unbelievable, right? Well, this world exists in Corr Syl the Terrible and Garry Rogers makes it so easily believable through his flawless story telling. This intriguing tale comes to life right before your eyes, evoking all kinds of emotions. Some scenes gave me goose bumps, others sent a chill down my spine, while others made me smile and my heart soar, further demonstrating how Garry Rogers is a master at bringing out the right emotions in his readers.” –Faridah Nassozi

Corr Syl the Terrible is brilliant in its creativity and imagination. Technology and animals that are both alive is an interesting idea and presents thought provoking questions about what being alive really means. Corr Syl was a compelling character and I found that I really liked him. He had the heart of a hero and it was fun to see him interact with the various foes and companions that he encountered along the way.” –Katelyn Hensel

Corr Syl the Terrible by Garry Rogers is a very interesting tale about characters descended from animals who are living with humans on earth. It is a great story told more in a narrative way with intermittent dialog. It is fast paced and treats the reader to an exciting warrior tale. I keep forgetting this is a young adult book. It will be enjoyed both by lovers of animals and warrior fantasies. Overall, the reading is interesting and full of action. It is a great combination of sci-fi and medieval ideas merged together. It reads a bit like the Redwall series and is a great read for the whole family.” –Anna del C. Dye


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