Quest For Knowledge by colt45

Author's Description:
Dent's (Sea King) oldest children are grown up now. While in Salas with a few of his sisters, Nilsen acquires a seven foot tall giantess with a secret that can open up the mysteries of the Old Technology. Whoever has that knowledge could quite possibly rule the world, but is it worth the price?
Size: 813 KB ( ~ 154,169 words)
Genre: Action/Adventure
Sex Contents: Some Sex
Tags: Ma/Fa, Consensual, Romantic, Heterosexual, Fiction, Science Fiction, Incest, Brother, Sister, Harem, Oral Sex, Pregnancy

Review by manddscott   [other reviews by manddscott]

Reviewed: 2017-03-08 - (Review Updated: 2017-03-28)


This review is for the three stories in this universe. They include "Sea King", "Shasta's Tale" and "Quest for Knowledge".

For plot, I give these stories an A+ (9). The author does an excellent job of fleshing out the characters and building a storyline. The stories in this group managed to keep my attention quite nicely.

For technical score, the stories get a C (6). There are simply too many small mistakes, ranging from improper homophones to flat-out misspellings and missing punctuation marks. It is the one area in which the stories' score was brought down in my opinion.

For personal appeal, the story gets another A+ (9). Frankly, the story is good enough to overcome many of those grammatical mistakes and engages the reader quite well. Sadly, it would appear that this writer is no longer with us on Earth. Frankly, the only reason the story series did not get a 10 is that it is incomplete. It is obvious that the author intended to continue the series but was unable to, a great loss for the rest of us.

Plot: 9 | Technical Quality: 6 | Appeal to Reviewer: 9

Review by acrence   [other reviews by acrence]

Reviewed: 2009-07-30


'Quest for Knowledge' probably beats its prequel 'Sea King'. It just shows colt45's growth as a writer over the years. This guy is easily one of the best on this website. And this story shows why.

The story follows 'Sea King' with Dent's children, more specifically, his son Nilsen. Plot is again impeccable. It is left with a lot of loose ends but this story builds up to a sequel. And as usual very few typos and no grammatical errors. It was a very enjoyable read. Recommended to everyone.

Plot: 10 | Technical Quality: 10 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10