July 31, 2012

Review of “The Chaosifier”

Posted in Book Reviews tagged , , , at 12:17 pm by Christine Rice

The Chaosifier by Mike Evers is an excellent fantasy novel with an adventuresome plot. It is well-written, with lots of description for the characters, background, and setting. Reading the book was an enjoyable experience.

The main characters are called bifurs. They are miniature people that cannot be seen by humans. Their purpose is to balance out the chaos of the world with moments of good luck. They do this by sprinkling a special dust on certain humans that are specially chosen based on their need and what they can accomplish.

The chaosifier is a machine that causes chaos in the world. That is the main reason the bifurs use the special dust. Usually, the chaosifier is set at a normal level, but it is not in the present time of this story. The bifurs are low on special dust and must find out what is causing the excess chaos in the world.

I definitely recommend this well-written novel to readers of fantasy. The story has a slow build up to the climax, but once there, I was hooked.

It is available in kindle format here. Now, go grab your copy!

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