The Son of Fire

Posted: June 10, 2010 in The Son of Fire
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Disillusioned with humanity, Ka La decides to move back home to
Hawai’i to reconnect with his roots. He is soon visited by the
Goddess Pele, who informs him that his destiny is to cleanse the land
of those people who are unworthy to exist. Backed by the gods and
possessing a righteous spirit, Pele helps him to unleash his inner
power, but Ka La quickly discovers that the Goddess has other motives for helping him.

With some dialog written in Pidgin English and Hawaiian, this story is about one man’s journey of discovery,
righteousness, and murder.

334 pages • soft cover • available online at 13.95


  1. Steve Calkins says:

    Just finished reading your book, Roland.
    Nicely done! It’s making the rounds through the house now. I’m eagerly awaiting the next.

    I like how you’ve developed the characters, and I especially like how things work out with Junior. Nice twist.

    Have you ever read “American Gods,” by Neil Gaiman? It’s got a somewhat similar theme.

    • Glad that you enjoyed the read, Steve. I’ll have to check out American Gods as I have enjoyed his Sandman series.
      The story will take more turns in the next novel as I continue to re-imagine Hawaiian mythology. I’ll keep you posted!