“Nothing is what it is, everything is more than it seems”. In many ways this statement can be used to describe GUARDIANS OF THE SEAL, a novel that opens your eyes to the “inner workings” of the world that we live in.
The novel revolves around a young woman, Imani who is special but has no idea who she really is. Set in a futuristic timeline, she is the daughter of a renowned scientist who borrowed a page from her mother’s book to create the biggest technological company in the world. Imani’s universe is governed by logical reasoning and she credits her success to her hard work and dedication.
The only element in her life that breaks her out of her routine is a young man, Lucan, an author. He generally stalks her until he gets her attention and they become good friends. Lucan on the other hand is the direct opposite of Imani; being a writer, he is a free-spirited and open minded young man with a desire to explore.
Before we meet these two, a world of angels and demons has already been setup. Events had taken place in the book that eventually put these two characters right in the middle of the greatest battle between good and evil that mankind has ever known.
The plot of the novel is solid as Tunde Leye gives us a proper foundation at the beginning of the book thereby establishing the laws of the world he had created. The existence of angels, demons, magic and “ ... Read Full Review