The Keys of Cobolt
written by D. K. Roman
published by D. K. Roman, 2016
Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Where I stopped reading: Page one.
Why I stopped reading: There is a typo in the first paragraph of the first page. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Also, is it just me, or is the TITLE misspelled on the cover page?
What others have rated this book: There is one 4-star rating on Goodreads. The book is not listed on Barnes & Noble’s website. There are no reviews listed on Amazon.
About the book – from Goodreads: Forced into the questionable world of gods and mythical creatures by a psychotic Egyptian immortal and a mysterious Norse god, detached teenager David Cobolt suddenly finds himself dealing with the trials of locating a long lost god. With a demonic god pressing a knife to David’s foster family’s throat, David must face demons, the undead and other morally ambiguous immortals in order to awaken a god many call a tyrant. Along with a demigod who harbours deep rage and a dark secret , he travels across Europe and Africa in order to handle a civil war amongst the gods that he’s becoming increasingly trapped into.
David slowly realises his trust in others is beginning to fade along with his confidence in his own morality in the face of the war he is thrown into and actions he is exposed to…