Yet again, thank you Kheld for your kind word.
Many people have received the book around the same time you did, but you might be the only one who has read it entirely yet.
I am pretty sure a busy life has made them forget about it, but I am waiting patiently for any comments.
Please please, any one who has read it, give me your thoughts, even if you stopped reading it because it was not your style or you did not like it.
Quite honestly, the silence is killing me more than a bad review could ever do.
BTW, if I were to self-publish as you mentioned, I would need a description of the book. Revealing enough without saying too much is quite a challenge for me.
Besides, it needs to appeal to people as well as intrigue them enough to provoke some interest. I have written an essay, a small one, but does it really say enough?
Book I: Fate,
An untimely accident brought Alex back to Earth, a planet he visited a few times already in the past. There, he encounters a different kind of beings he never knew even existed. Widely similar to his own species, however, they have one thing that sets them apart—they feed on human blood. Not judgmental by nature, he befriends some of them.
During his quest to repair his ship and go back to his own world, he will come to realize that his unfortunate fate might not be a coincidence after all, but only his Leaders could give him the answers he seeks, and he is far from home, stuck on the third planet from a star called Sun.