Thursday, March 22, 2012

Review: Ninth Lord of The Night by Diana L. Driver

Attention grabbing from the start - a compelling read for both YA and adult audiences. 

Zach and his brother Kyle are shipped off to their uncle at an archaeological dig in Guatemala when his parents' marriage comes apart. Uncle Cliff, Kyle and even Zach see Zach as the 'bad guy' in his own life and maybe even the break-up of the marriage. But there isn't long to dwell on Zach's faults. There's more trouble almost as soon as the teens land in Guatemala...and then Zach's visions start.

Think the Maya Gods are dead and buried?

Author Bio: Diana L. Driver was born in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Her father was career Air Force and Diana grew up on Air force bases around the world which allowed her to experience different cultures and fueled her passion for history.
Her father retired from the Air force in Austin, Texas and Diana attended The University of Texas as well as The University of Houston. Upon completing her degrees, she worked as a geophysicist in the field of oil and gas exploration.
Diana L. Driver loves to write and has authored short stories in both the mystery and romance genre as well as an action-adventure novel, Ninth Lord of the Night, and a reference book about the Maya titled The Maya, People of the Maize.
She and her husband live in Houston, Texas with their two cats.
contact Diana L. Driver through her website at

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