Review Request: The Dark Age by Jeff W. Horton

Our Review Request today is courtesy of Jeff Horton. He emailed me about the opportunity of featuring his novels here, first of which is The Dark Age. If you're interested in reviewing this novel, please leave your name and email in the comments section so that Jeff can send you a copy. Happy reading!

Suppose you learned that an ancient prophecy about an artifact, said to be powerful enough to dramatically change the world, was true. Would you risk everything to find it?

It has been five-hundred years since the Pulse caused the Great Collapse, ending the Golden Age, and civilization on planet Earth. Humanity has waited ever since for a long-anticipated sign from God, which has finally appeared in the night sky. The time has come for Ferrell Young, the Warrior Clan, and the Church to risk everything in an effort to restore civilization, and bring hope to a world full of despair.

Alex Montgomery is an archaeologist who has spent many years looking for a mysterious book on behalf of the Holy Christian Church. The book is said to contain the location of the Great Oracle which, according to legend, can endow the one who finds it with great power and wealth. Of much greater importance to the Clan and the Church however, is the fact that it may also enable the world to emerge from five centuries of darkness and suffering.

When a powerful, intelligent, but sadistic barbarian leader named Kraken learns of the Oracle, he plans to destroy the Warrior Clan and the Church, take the Oracle for himself, and enslave the rest of humanity.

Join Ferrell and his companions as they set out on a desperate journey to find the Great Oracle, and rescue humanity from The Dark Age.

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  1. Sounds intriguing!!

  2. Looks good! Ginny

  3. Looks like a good book, thank you! edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom

  4. Oooh! The cover is what got me. So...I can't even think of a word for it lol! Anyway, my email address is Thanks!


  5. Archaeology and Artifacts sounds like a good read. Thanks.

  6. interesting! i hope October is fine for posting the review! if yes, please count me in. thanks! c",)



  8. Looks interesting.

  9. That is so sweet of you to help these authors out. I wish I had time to review books. :-)

    Sherry Soule Official Website

    Author of the Spellbound Series

  10. Sign me up to that epic adventure ^_^

  11. Sounds intriguing!! Sign me up!


  12. The blurb alone sucks you in. I would definitely like to read and review this book.

    Vera via

  13. I hope I'm not too late. I'd love to review this novella. My blog can be seen here:
    and you can contact us at
    At this time we can only take paper copies of books. ;)

  14. I would love to read and review this read!

  15. This book sounds interesting. Are there any left?

    My blog is new, but I will have at least 3 reviews up by next friday.

  16. I would be very interested in reviewing your book.

  17. I am interested in reviewing this book if it is still up for review.

    My Email Address:



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