The Greatest Story Never Told is my first book and it is the first book in my series, “The Untold Chronicles of the Universe”. Though I’m no longer pursuing this project it’s still an important part of my life and I’m not going to forget about it!
June 14, 2011 — Pre-Review by Danielle D’Agostino, my editor:
(My editor wrote a pre-review of my first novel. These are HER words, not mine.)
What do you think of when you hear, “the end of the world?”
Genocide? A religious purge? Mass combustion? The options are endless. In up-and-coming author BS Meyers’ Sci-Fi fantasy novel The Greatest Story Never Told, Scott Torres is faced with a strange alternative to your typical “end of the world” situation. Torres is lazy, jobless, lives with his mother and lacks motivation… but somehow, he holds the key to save the Universe from ultimate disaster. The problem? This key is nestled deep within Torres’ consciousness, and he isn’t sure how to utilize it just yet. Instead, he takes an expedition through the Universe with new friends, learning not only about himself, but also about love, happiness and the meaning of life along the way.
Meyers does an incredible job of developing his characters throughout this novel. From start to finish, our storybook hero Scott Torres and his new friend Olgrin are not only fascinating to learn about, but also extremely easy to relate to. His style of writing is simple and familiar, making this novel easy to read, but also sophisticated in its tones and intensity. He draws you in with a unique and engaging plot line, making it near impossible to set this story down. No matter what your favorite genre is, this is definitely not a book that you would pass up on the shelves.
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[Quick Review written by BS Meyers’ editor, Danielle D’Agostino]
April 11, 2011 — Synopsis:
Imagine that you are sitting by the window waiting for the so-called end of the world on December 21, 2012, but you don’t get what you expected. Instead, you get a gaping hole in the sky and no one on Earth can tell you why. It’s that exact same event that thrusts 23-year-old Scott Torres out into space on a mission to save the dying Universe. He is faced with alien races getting in his way, reality collapsing around him and his own mind driving him insane. A drumbeat of three haunts Scott Torres’ mind as he travels the Universe with an alien man called Olgrin and an Atlantean girl called Viera. How will Scott manage to save the Universe when he couldn’t even keep a job on Earth? More importantly, why is it even his responsibility? Who is Scott Torres?