The first book in the Birth Pangs series, Fidelis, was released in soft cover on December 1st, 2006. It was released in hard cover in November of 2007.
From Donald Hank, writing for WorldnetDaily.com: Fidelis is fluent, gripping and written as though the author had actually been there. I saw not a word out of place or any word that may have qualified as filler. That’s why I simply couldn’t put the book down. Neither could my 13-year-old son. But more importantly, I felt as though I were in a gold mine with nuggets of wisdom popping up everywhere…READ THE WHOLE REVIEW.
From Steven McEvoy, writing for Bookreviewsandmore.ca: Reading Horvath is like reading science fiction by Asimov, Bester or Heinlein, with the narrative power and creativity of C.S. Lewis or J.R.R. Tolkien. READ THE WHOLE REVIEW.
- You can order signed copies of Fidelis here.
- Read an excerpt online of Fidelis or download it: fidelisexcerpt (83.8 KiB, 2,809 hits).
|Fidelis follows the path of a man waking up in a broken world that is pockmarked from nuclear strikes and still coping with the lingering effects of a terrible disease. In discovering the new landscape of America, he discovers the equally new landscape of his own soul. Filled with adventure and warfare, as equally compelling is its attempt to explore concepts of truth, valor, manhood, and destiny. In Fidelis the crutches of society have collapsed. In this setting, the intangible characteristics that make the human race indomitable are permitted expression. Indeed, they are encouraged.
Jean Heimann at the Catholic Fire blog says, “In his clear, easy to read writing style, Horvath presents us with a story that grabs our attention from the first page and holds it until the very end. He introduces us to an interesting array of characters, which he describes in picturesque terms, [who] speak for themselves..” READ MORE
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