Emissary by Michael Leon

Emissary by Michael Leon
Publisher: self published
Genre: Contemporary, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full Length (283 pgs)
Rating: 4 stars
Review by Rose

Emissary tells the tale of Vincent, a scientist plagued with strange nightmares since childhood. He has successfully treated his mental illness with drugs and kept it hidden from his colleagues, particularly Ella, the beautiful and intelligent scientist from whom he also struggles to hide his affection. But what if his experiences were real and the dark energy that crawls inside him now threatens the existence of the universe?

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Emissary is a science-fiction adventure novel that travels at the speed of light, where multiverse theory collides with quantum mechanics on the dark side of Saturn’s moon.

What an exciting book! From the very first the reader is dropped into the action, and the mystery surrounding Vincent. This is science fiction like it is meant to be and I could so see this on the big screen (some of the special effects would be awesome).

The characters are wonderfully drawn. I really enjoyed them and their interactions, all the while rooting for the developing relationship between Vincent and Ella. There are some sad moments, but I don’t want to give away any spoilers.

The book is vibrant and is full of surprises. The author takes the reader on a whirlwind of new discoveries and forever changes the lives of the characters in it. Kudos, Mr. Leon. I’m looking forward to reading more of your work.


  1. Thanks for hosting!

  2. Thank you for writing.

  3. Thank you for hosting this stop today, Long and Short Reviews. Thanks to Rose for the review and thanks too, Goddess Fish. Wishing everyone good luck in the giveaway and looking forward to your comments and questions.

  4. Lisa Brown says

    Congrats on the tour and thanks for the chance to win 🙂

  5. The story sounds very intriguing.

  6. Thanks for the giveaway; I like the excerpt. 🙂

  7. Debra Taylor says

    Congrats on the tour ? I enjoyed the excerpt.

  8. bernie wallace says

    What is the best book taht you have read recently? Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  9. Hi Bernie, good luck with the giveaway! I recently enjoyed a novel by Sarah Turnbull, called Almost French. It is about the writer’s experience adapting to her new life in Paris. I like to write in faraway destinations, particularly Europe, so I enjoyed reading about her insights into living in a different culture.

  10. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  11. Congrats on the new book and good luck on the book tour!

  12. Excellent review! Looking forward to checking this book out!

  13. I really like the book cover! Very interesting and intriguing!

  14. Where is your favorite spot to read?

  15. What is your favorite chapter of this book?

    • Hi Ally! That’s an interesting question. I really don’t have a favourite. I can say some of the scenes were set in some of my favourite destinations in Europe. I’m a keen traveller and try to go overseas regularly, particularly France.

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