We’re excited and honored to share the latest review for A GLEAM OF LIGHT which appeared in print on October 23, 2017. Here’s an excerpt:
“Native American mythology intersects with UFOlogy in this earthbound tale of first contact and extraterrestrial influence…The Wolfs venture into Chariots of the Gods territory by suggesting that visitors from outer space may have influenced the mystical beliefs of Native American tribes and other ancient civilizations, but this is still a timely tale about the sanctity of tribal lands and Una’s reacquaintance with her heritage.” — Publishers Weekly
“I was very impressed by this book.”
There were very few typos to trip me. The characters I found to all be well rounded. The plot moved at a good pace. I am looking forward to the next book in the series, I hope to find out more about what happens with Una, that “Lone Ranger” all grown up into a general, the reporter, and that rattle discovered in the sacred city.
— Teresa H. Garcia, THG StarDragon Publishing
“I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.”
A Gleam of Light is the first novel written by husband and wife team of T. J. and M.L. Wolf. It grabs your interest within the first few pages and holds you through the last page. It’s a fictional story based in actual events that occurred on American West Flight 564 on May 25th, 1995. It will make you think twice about whatever your believes are on UFOs, and may even gain some believers. This is book 1 of a trilogy and I can’t wait for the release of the second book of the series.
— Ann Wise
“…this book has has given me an insight.”
A good read and quite a change from anything else I’ve previously read. Being from the UK, Native American Indian land protection laws are not something one comes across in everyday life and this book has given me an insight. The plot, whilst interesting, lacked pace and could have benefited from being cranked up a notch. I presume that’s due to it being book one in a trilogy; i.e. book one sets the scene, book two develops the plot and book three ties up loose ends. It will be interesting to see how authors T.J. & M.L. Wolf move the story forwards in books two and three.
— Lynne, Barnsey’s Books