Bryan Davis is the author of the best-selling Dragons in Our Midst and Oracles of Fire series, contemporary/fantasy blends for young people. His book Eye of the Oracle hit number one on the January 2007, Young Adult CBA best-seller list. His book The Bones of Makaidos won the 2010 Clive Staples Award, recognizing the best work in Christian worldview speculative fiction. With the September 2010 release of Masters & Slayers, Bryan has begun his first fantasy series for adults, Tales of Starlight. Bryan is a graduate of the University of Florida (B.S. in Industrial Engineering). From the time he taught himself how to read before school age, through his seminary years and beyond, he has demonstrated a passion for the written word, reading and writing in many disciplines and genres, including theology, fiction, devotionals, poetry, and humor. Bryan continues to further his writing education by attending relevant writing conferences and conventions. Bryan is a craftsman with words and an excellent interviewee on various topics, including his books, young adult fantasy fiction, and creative writing in general. He makes appearances around the country for book signings and for special presentations to enthusiastic young readers and developing young authors in middle schools, high schools, and homeschool groups. Although he is now a full time writer, Bryan was a computer professional for over 20 years. Bryan and his wife, Susie, have homeschooled their four girls and three boys.
Song of the Ovulum is the first book in Bryan Davis's new fantasy series, Children of the Bard, which is a continuation of the story world established by his previous works the Dragon's in our Midst series and Oracles of Fire series. If you haven't read Dragon's in our Midst and Oracles of Fire, I highly recommend you do so in order to fully enjoy this addition.
Now on to my thoughts about Song of the Ovulum ... Bryan Davis
is one of my top favorite authors. Why? Because he writes the most
unique stories I've ever read--period. All of Davis' books contain
a creative, allegorical take on Biblical figures and events,
unheard-of fantasy elements like anthrozils (human/dragon hybrids),
and multifaceted plots that go beyond imagination. This latest
adventure, Song of the Ovulum, is no exception. It has Davis'
signature blend of heart-stopping action and heart-stirring
emotion. All the characters that I love from the two previous
series are back. Plus, there are great new characters to meet like
Billy & Bonnie's kids, and Listeners Joran and Selah. I was
especially moved by Joran as he struggled to forgive the woman who
murdered his sister. Through his journey Joran learns that if you
keep holding tightly to bitterness, you will find that you are
strangling yourself. Such priceless words of wisdom are another
reason why this story is a must read. If you're looking for a book
unlike anything you've ever read before, check out Bryan Davis and
Song of the Ovulum.