The poems within this volume consist of a series called: “The Galilean” 87-poems
out of 653 have been selected, from six chapbooks of which six thousand copies have been handed out freely to: churches, individuals and facilities seeking the wisdom of the scriptures concerning Jesus Christ’s
love and salvation; three chapbooks were sent to Pope Francis whom gave a favorable response. This
is the author’s Magnus Opus in poetry. Deep into the book’s inner-core one will discover its mysteries: those
seldom brought to light. (A two year project.)
Very soon at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Abe, and other book dealers.
978-1-4917-5906-6 (sc), ISBN: 978-1-4917-5907-3 (e)
This is the Poet’s
8th Volume on cultural poetry, concerning Peru, in particular within the Mantaro Valley Region of the Andes and its expanse,
although it has three other sections (one with several short stories, other poems).This moving, 46th book: The People Will
Not Break… carries the craft, perception and imagery of a distinguished, award winning poet, writer and artist. It leaps
from page to page, with its extravagant, profound, and artful honesty, of an Andean culture slowly fading, and a new one quickly
rising. Interwoven are: legends, customs, traditions, the people— lost tales for youth, writings for posterity; extracts
from his next book."
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For twenty-five years the author has studied the Angelic Renegades, also known as the Watchers, their giant offspring,
and what little is known of the Circle of Rephaim also known as "Stone Heap of the Wildcat" (within the Golan Heights)
reviewing: ancient writings, to get a clearer picture of the Nephilm and Rephaim sects within this part of Israel, during
the Chakolithic period--Now for the first time in print, you can see the site in Dr. Siluk's photographs and poetic
writings in this book calle "Stone Heap of the Wildcat"...
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The first novelette, “To
Save a Lopsided Sparrow,” is the sequel to: “Cornfield Laughter,” in Spanish and English, taking
the reader into the Great War, the battle for the Village of Douaumont in 1916: with Shannon
O’Day, as a French Soldier, and a mad woman in the deserted and demolished village.
The Second Novelette, “The Donkeyland Bums,” tells three connecting stories of the author, during
his youthful years 1966-1967, as he crisscrosses the United States,
with different neighborhood buddies.
Also included in the book are sixteen short stories, several in Spanish and English: The Old Couple of Athens
(La Pareja de Ancianos en Atenas); The Last of Sunset (Lo
Último de la Puesta del Sol); A Quiet, felt Moment (Sentir
un Momento Tranquilo); The Little Russian Twins (Los Mellicitos Rusos); The Frozen Tongue (La Lengua Congelada;) “The Rose
Room” (El Cuarto Rosa); In the Garden of Scheol (En el Jardín del Infierno).
And: “A Cross for Bridgette” (Villa Rica, Peru);
“The Horses of Venice”; “A Letter in Vietnam”
(1971); and others.
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Juan Parra del Riego his poetry describes and interweaves the thorny parts of his life with
love, tenderness, rowdiness, hunger, restlessness, and compassion. The master of Polirritmo in the time of Modernism in poetry.
He lived only until his 31st birthday. Born in Huancayo, Peru, he moved to Uruguay, where he started his own movement, married Blanca
Luz Brum, whom he had one child with. A first time translation of a Great poet....
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"The Road to Unishcoto" sequel to: "The Magic of the
Avelinos" contains an epic poem about a Wanka warrior (his last battle). Also, there are poems on many of the Andean
Again, we see the culture, beauty and customs
of the Mantaro Valley (Peru), flourish in Dennis'poetry.
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This is Mr.Siluk 33th book, his 9th book in poetry, and his
3th. book in Peruvianism.
Here are some Mr. Siluk's 2005 reviewers:
Radio Programas del Peru, by Milagros Valverde; JP Magazine,
by Jose Luis Pantoja; by Mayor of San Jeronimo, Jesus Vargas Parraga; Radio 91.7 Super Latina, by Joseito Arrieta; Channel
5 "Panamericana:" Buenos Dias Huancayo, by Vladimir Bendezu; Channel 2, by Cesar Hildebrandt, who introduced the book Peruvian
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Peruvian Poems, stream of consciousness, styles, are very easy to understand.
Deliberately put into its present order; it has three sections; 28-poems; both in English and Spanish. Peruvian Poems,
is an overpowering and deeply moving book of Poetry. It is considered Siluk’s most important and remarkable literary
work; much of it dealing with Peruvian traditions. Mr. Siluk's writings (150-short stories; 31-books;
450-articles; 850-poems) can be seen on dozens of websites; magazines, books and newspapers in seven
countries. Several of Mr. Siluk’s poems, short stories and articles have been selected and put into
the educational systems in Eastern Europe, South America and North America.
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ISBN # 0-595-36943-X
Mr. Siluk's book, Cold Kindness, could be considered the sequel to his previous book
Perhaps it's Love, but going in the opposite direction. It is what makes it unique in its own way though.
Most of us look for love and when it starts to vanish, try to hold onto it as long as possible; thus, likewise, Carmen tries,
and so does her lover, Adam; but do they achieve this? ...
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An astonishing book, rich in incident and characterization;
pity is pushed aside for wisdom; and one will discover the separate parts suddenly flow together to a taunting climax.
The author uses knowledge and sympathy along with great perception and objetivity in this gripping story. The story is
set in Minnesota and Seatle, and concerns the relationships between four youthful women and men. Mr Siluk treats the whole
subject with remarkable understanding. It provides a moving narrative; shows the difficulties of those young people
caught into the vortex of youth, the humdum of life. Siluk could not be more honest.
ISBN # 0-595-33926-3
Says the author: "this story will bring you deep into
it: make you live it..." it transcends Evolution and Creationism to form a unique relationship with humanity. Beyond
the myths of this world, resides pieces of truth, thus, forming this story, where boundaries are marked by no one.
The author conjures up a gallant saga_science-fiction: where
the "Garden of Eve," is in decay, and the inhabitants of the world are forming a New World Order.
Now in the bookstores!
ISBN # 0-595-31006-0
This book has been in the making for 24-years, since his
last book of poetry, which was originally his first published work in 1980. The author was asked to define his poems
in this book, he remarked:
"This book of poems is about real life, death, the times,
I suppose my times, God; -places and travel. It tells it: whispers it: yell it! It has craft, and paradox, anxiety, expediency
and calmness-; it is a fortress of strenght, and a ruins. Is it a mountain; a crow walking up for a second flight, possible
its last. It is a story of stories, emotions, and thoughts [in timeless space, just drifting, drifting, and waiting
for something], put together by evidence, observations thay say: -"I am, I was, I will be," -written over six-decades, around
the world, it says just that...no more, no less."
ISBN # 0-595-30524-5
In this peculiar, enthralling book, one will find emotions, adventures, characters, that will torment the
reader, if not leaving one spellbound by its expressiveness. In Dracula's Ghost, you find the legend has more
than fictitious element on the mind of a certain person with a pronounced inherited trait, and is haunted by the Ghost of
Dracula, and its creator; a most ghastly unwavering affair.
In Shadows in the Wild, the mysterious shadow of a stranger conjurors up an untapped emotion.
In Sjorfaa! Sjorfaa!, you become enmeshed in an Arctic adventure. In Death in the Dust, you
end up at a bullfight, with a character unforgettable. In The Plane from Iquitos, you are taken into an adventure
in the Amazon. In The Diamond Caddo Estate, dreams do come true, at a price. In The Feathered
Serpent, a quest is sought, and in The Quiet of Quiahuiztlan, the quite is short lived.
ISBN # 0-595-29979-2
Siluk is a Licensed Counselor with the State of Minnesota, and has held international licenses in Drugs and Alcohol,
as well as worked for hospitals and clinics with dual disorders. His first CD book, "A Path to Sobriety" provides understanding
on alcoholism and addiction, an ultimate guide.
"A Path to Prevention,
its companion, deals with relapse prevention, curing the disease.
Says Mr. Siluk: "Like anything in life, first, you need to understand what you are dealing with, and then
you need to deal with it..." Both books offer this formula...
In this collection of seven stories, there are winners and takers, and they all deal with: DOD, Death
on Demand. All are suspenseful in one way or another. The first being "The Rape of Angelina..,"
here you see revenge, as death waits. In the second story, "The Seven Born Son," you witness hate at its
worse, it demand death to its taker. In the third story "The Dead Vault," you witness righteousness,
and power playing a most interesting game, again death demands its right. In the fourth story "The
Senator from Lima," you walk into a nest of gangsters, all the takers, who make the winners, but there is a price, and
again death is on the menu. In the following next three stories, "...Tides of Winter," and "The
Old Man of Chickamauga," along with, "The Camel Market," death lingers close by, if not directly, indirectly.
ISBN # 0-595-27220-7
This is a sensitive book, rich in understanding
and common sense. It will put the reader in touch with what it is like to be an addictive person, and what must be done
to bring the person back from being an outcast. As the author explains in a respectful way, how the afflicted feels,
he includes, biological, psychosocial, and family damage caused by the chemicals being used. His effect is to create
ways to deal with addiction, along with new possibilities. This book can be helpful to all who are involved in the world
of addiction; it is straight forward.
ISBN # 0-595-26323-2
Many of us are saying: Why us, why
terrorism on America?
The reason the Islamic-Arabs think the way they do is because they have a different God than Christians and Jews.
In this book the differences
in God is what matters. Above all, the Christians and Muslims have both expressed
love for their God. The sad part I believe is (when you examine this area) most
people think the Muslim god is the same as the Christian God, because we seem to have the same prophets, champions. But this is far from the truth. As you
read this book, you will notice me picking out what I feel are- Islamic distortions, deletions, and generalizations, to persuade
mankind to migrate to their god; I call this the great lie. Instead of trying to find the mind of the Islamic-Arab,
let's look at his god, is that not how we walk our walk in life, according to our faith...
ISBN # 0-595-24689-3
This book is a collection of haunting
and enticing short stories, or tales, that will capture the imagination and throw you into a vortex of images.
The author exposes many sides
of himself in this book. He conjures up images of the old west in his, Arizona Blue-Gunfighter adventures; and stretches reality
with a series of tales of Troy Burroghs-Surrealist Traveler, and adds some spice to the book by putting in a children's play,
and some poetry of his that was published in a local newspaper years ago, along with other stories of angelic forces and demigod
giants. Something for everyone you could say.
Also he adds letters, or epistles
on current events. This is a book that has many continents to cross. It will haunt you and entice you at the same
ISBN # 0-595-23193-4
In the latter days demons will roam the earth without
fear. They will rape and kill at will. It will be demons against men as it always has been, but now in the open
and more aggresive.
This war will become fierce, they will be tempting
us with all they have.
Their personalities will be deceiving and enslaving and
this is what my visions and story is about, about the begining and about these demonic forces.
I want to take you on a journey that includes these creatures,
their invisible shadows. They will change shapes into animals and human forms. There are multitudes of them, yet
only a few will play a role in this story.
Everyone has their day under the sun, I am told, even
ISBN # 0-595-22499-7
This is not a book on archeology, anthropology, or demonology; it
is a short novel on an encounter you are about to have with demons. Their dead bones are out there, with bodies rotting. Melted
into the ice glaciers, peat bog, and strata-rock, in the Underworld (within the earths crust). They are a lost civilization.
Put away Java man, Heidelberg man, for many of the bones lead to the demons anyways. Scientists have described their findings
as creatures much like the demons we have in our myths; such as the eyebrows protruding, the jawbones and flat noses, and
hairless ears, and some pointed. You are about to step into the Age of Pride. The secret is to. . .
ISBN # 0-595-22906-9
We are going into a world very few people
have entered, and if they have, their stories have not been told and, imparticular, not this one. These beings are called
the Watcher, Angelic Renegades, the Forbidden Ones, the Shining Ones, Serpents of old; the ancient dictator
of the world. They have cursed God to have man workship them. Some were cast to the abyss thousands of years ago, others
into silence... The author takes you into this vortex of images and sounds. Order at:
ISBN # 0-595-20986-6
This 10th book “Things Come to Their End” is the completion of Dr. Siluk’s Nonfiction
Series, of some 148-Short Stories, that reaches back to 1896 thru 2016. The stories take place in over thirty-five countries,
and throughout the United States... Unlike the previous nine volumes, it has a high percentage of new stories, only a few
taken out of the mothball den. The twelve stories take you to: Malta, Minnesota, Peru, San Francisco, the author’s Junior
High School days, Angel Falls, and much more.
The ten volume series consist of: “In My Time”, “Men Among Men”, “Time and Seasons”
“A Way You Have to Be”, “An Unsuspecting Life!”, “To Want, and Want Not!”, “Winner
and Loser Takes Nothing”, “A Changeable Banquet”, “Nowhere into Nothing” and “Things Come
to Their End.”
In these two stories of Science Fiction, called
‘The Dark Side of Polaris’ and “Space Tomb” (the latter in English and Spanish) comes per
near a sequel to Dr. Siluk’s book: “Worlds Beyond” in that you will see some of his previous characters,
many aphorisms. Dr. Siluk, brings together: quantum physics, archeology, anthropology, genetics, astrology, biology, geology, chemistry,
neurology, theology, and paleoanthropology.
The cover is an original drawing by Clark Ashton Smith, owned by Dr. Siluk, by the famous ‘Weird Tales’
writer of yesteryear.... All other drawings are by the author himself.
to include poets, prefer poetry on death to entail mostly courage and strength; I don't disagree completely with that, only
partly, for submissive suffering is also involved; yet, many folks just do not want to look at both sides of the dying. Nowadays things are changing, and it is more permissible, yet still bold to mix them
together, and thus, here we have just that. I prefer true emotions: be it aggressive or passive when going through death voyages;
for such are during a paramount loss, of a loved one dying, day by day, especially, one's mother, as in 'Days'..."
at the bookstores through the internet
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Writing the book “The Cotton Belt,” was a seven
year intermittent project for the author, which includes six books within: “The Tobacco Kings,” “The Cotton
Belt,” “Colored and White,” “The Vanquished Plantations,” “Voices out of Saigon,”
and an updating book called “The Old Folks” (1650 to 2012) all interlinking, creating an amazing saga; which gravitates
towards the South. Each book contains its own chapters, or episodes, having its own theme or technique. The main families
involved are one time plantation owners, although we have Captain Peron, owner of a brig; Mississippi Blue the gambler; and
Sergeant Hood, the scoundrel, all colorful characters; the families being: the Abernathys, Hightowers, Wallaces, Ritts (bankers)
and the Smileys, living between Fayetteville, North Carolina, Ozark, Alabama, and New Orleans, with unforgettable characters,
such as: Old Josh, Langdon, Burgundy, the Wallace brothers, Ashley, and Witty; from ‘Voices out of Saigon,’ and
Cambodia, we have: Zuxin, Ming and Sergeant Carter (a Minnesotan). This is the author’s 4th Volume, of his Natural Writings.
You can buy in any bookstore through the internet… ISBN # 978-1-4620-2917-4
In these vital writings, an extraordinary collection of stories, and the third
book of natural writings by the author, is the single most amassed semiautobiographical accounts, tales, articles, and fiction
to date: stories out of Minnesota, Alaska, San Francisco,
and Peru; also War stories, articles on: bullfighting; the Virginity of Mary. To include short stories: “A Fear
and a Dream”; “A Dark, Dim-lit Corner”; “The Wild Sandboils”; “Journey of a Woman”;
“Coming Home, One Survivor”; and two Shannon O’Day Stories. The
pieces in this volume represent the author’s most demanding hours in writing, which includes: the novelette
and European romance: “A Leaf and a Rose”; an indispensable play, which took several years to put pen to
paper, “The Fruitcake”; there are four extracts from the book “Old Josh, in: Poor Black” (sketches
of the old south); three poems; and a short novelette called: “There Was a Lady.”
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The novella, “Cornfield Laughter,” is an interesting parody, and tale of the lives of a number of characters,
in particular, two: Shannon O’Day, a retired labour worker in the Midwest (a man direct, with little social trappings), who seems to have led an arduous
life of drinking, brawling, to a point, womanizing. And Poggi Ingway, past-middle age, a foundry worker; it is 1966. Both
are searching for contentment in life. Shannon thought he had it, until his wife left. Poggi seems to have left it in San
Francisco, in an afternoon affair. For that matter, all the characters in the story are seeking in one way or another, that same ingredient, contentment. Yet Poggi anticipates suicide...
You can buy now: ISBN # 978-1-4401-4012-9
The "Jumping Serpents of Bosnia" is a collection of twelve suspenseful and eldritch
short stories...It also includes and interview of the author by a magazine out of Australia. Says the author " ...it
is from that deleterious chasm, that deep hole called a abyss, the one I’ve gotten most of these stories from: myth,
dream and nightmare, with a touch of historical fiction, irrefutable evidence though, that if you dig deep enough, in the
right direction, thus, chances are you will either find insanity, or formulate some defi nite state of new reasoning, a new
balance in the worlds around you...
Now you can buy it. ISBN 978-0-595-53456-2
Dennis creates here, a collection of remarkable
and timeless poetry, original in all its refreshing forces (with notes, and commentary on ‘Stone Forest’ high
up in the Andes in Cerro de Pasco; one of the mysteries of the world and a wonder of Peru); he adds in this collection, legends,
about Stone Forest: packed with photos and art work; and an introductory poem called, “The Crow,” about his illness. Now he sets the poems loose on the world, to discover ‘Stone Forest.’
He adds two Complimentary poems (by: Juan Parra del Riego, and Apolinario Mayta Inga) translated and edited by the author.
During Poet Siluk’s stay in Cerro de Pasco, Peru (highest city
in the world), he received by Mayor Tito Valle, a Gold Medal as an ‘Illustrious Visitor’, thus, deciding to create
a book similar to his previous one for the Mantaro Valley, “The Road to Unishcoto,” centered on Stone Forest,
after finding a haunting inspiration to do so.
In Dennis' new book "The Magic of the Avelinos," the book moves beyond the general trend of localized studies,
and look at the whole region known as the Mantaro Valley, its Valley's people, its food, customs and archaeological sites.
The author touches upon many important aspects of culture, and leaves open paths for future researchs and local character.
The Mantaro Valley in Huancayo, Peru, is presented as a region with a unique history that has allowed its
inhabitants to get involved with its dinamic regional identity, in poetic form, the author uses creative ways, mixed culture
ISBN # 0-595-41372-2
In Dennis' poetry on Minnesota, he has tried to deliver the engraved impressions he received, that have shaped
themselves within the windows and cracks of his mind. Realizing life is not a halo, but rather a task--of the unknown,
unseen. Here he tries to bring the unchaining spirit: whatever peculiarities or simplicities they maybe, into the possible.
In the beauty of Last Autumn and Winter, of Minnesota, Dennis brings out an echo, a voice and does it politely, as he marches
on from autumn to winter.
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ISBN # 0-595-38343-2
With the poetic skill of Cesar Vallejo, and handiness of Ricardo Palma, Siluk produces a Peruvian background
in a most favorable way. His vantage point, like the poet Par Lagerkvist, is rich with humanism. Thus, the Poet Laureate Dennis Siluk (awarded the title of the most favored writer for the Eldritch Dark Magazine,
2004...) his vantage point centers on the exploration and social identity of Peruvianism, for the most part; along wiht a
twelve part poem on Vietnam.
Now in the bookstores!
ISBN # 0-595-35987-6
This is Mr. Siluk's 27th book, his third book of poetry, since 1981. Siluk's
poetry has been seen in magazines (most recent in The Mango Tree--out of India), anthologies, newspapers, books,
interwoven into stories, and in the internet magazines such as: www.useless-knowledge.com and www.eldritchdark.com.
Mr. Siluk has the three main ingredients to be a writer: the love for
words, perseverance, and has a lot to say. In The Macabre Poems the categories of his poems range from:
Macabre, Prose, Legends, and Selected Poems, along with War Poems and a Miscellaneous section...
ISBN # 0-595-30524-5
From two short stories and fragments of others
comprising basically an outline by the author, grows a masterpiece after 14-months, a most
lucid novel, perhaps the best account of a cross-cultural form of intolerance, in historical-fiction in a long time. Based
on actual events, Stay Down, Old Abram, the author paints two streets, one white, one black in this tragic game where moods
and friction bring out the roots of deeply idealistic rejection and suppressed tendencies, all embedded in the narrative.
Now in the bookstores!
ISBN # 0-595-32262-X
Mr. Siluk has retired with some forty-four of experience in
the field of Chemical Dependency, half being in usage. He was a licended Counselor in good standing with the State of
Minnesota up to October 31, 2003, upon his retirement. He has held international certifications, working in hospitals
and clinics in dual disorders.
In his three books, the author has used his experience and
degrees in the behavioral science field, along with his counseling skills in producing all common sense books on understanding
alcoholism and addiction...
ISBN # 0-595-30868-6
With a stroke of madness, this psychological thriller, novel, is a story that takes place
between Paris, London and Amsterdam--the time period being 1925. The author states: "After you read The Mumbler,
you will never get him out of your mind, nor will anybody take his place." He adds, "You will hate him, fell sorry for him,
and at the same time, want to avoid him." The person referred
to as The Mumbler, is quite a complex figure in this haunting drama, who unwittingly fights the demons in his nightmare,
and his second-self. But who will he follow, is the question, the first or second self?...
ISBN # 0-595-29555-X
Within a forty-two month period, the author concludes his trilogy, starting with "Romancing San Francisco,"
to "A Romance in Augsburg," to this last book, "Where the Birds Don't Sing," which includes sketches of the Vietnam
War... All three novels are transformed into historical fiction, where in each
sentence resides the truth and in each paragraph wonders freely the genius of the author's ability to express what is on his
One migh conclude this is a suitable ending to a decade of challenges and changes that plagued the world
over. Perhaps many, who read this, will see Vietnam in a different view from the infamous infantry
perspective. One that allows the other side of a soldier's life to emerge, the everyday life of a support unit...
ISBN # 0-595-28180-X
Some things have been left out of this book concerning the impressions of the times, in this unlikely story,
that took place in San Francisco; -the times were more of an observation to me, now sketches of a life,-and
I felt at the time as if I was looking in some big window of a store in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, trying to wipe a circle
in the dead of winter to see the toys. That is how I felt as a Midwesterner in San Francisco, like a toy in the
window,-in this new era of freedom, sweeping the country, and it did, that is, it all started right there, right in San Francisco,
the year, 1968-69; -most names are fictional, some are not...
ISBN # 0-595-27269-X
You are transported back to a time and place that is
recognizable, 1970, West Germany; an American GI, and a Jewish-German girl with an illness are about to meet. It is
a romance story that will be read and reread continuously. The author says, "It is memories fashioned with fiction about
a real time, place: -it was all I had to work with..." adding, "...it was me working uphill all the time with this story...never
again." Yet the genius in this story is the author's ability to express what is on his mind.
In the beginning of this story life seems tranquil,
uneventful, yet the romance about to take place will be strikingly dramatic for the couple ....
ISBN # 0-595-26556-1
This is a story of suspenseful revenge. Where the hideous crime of a young 13-year old girl gets raped and
has to face some disturbing but reassuring decisions. In doing so, there becomes not only desensitization in her revenge
to the rapists, but a psychological blocking of the events. The story takes place in Glastonbury, England,
after the 3rd Crusades, in AD 1199. The story takes you on a riveting edge of a quest to gain her life back, the one
she lost, the one the rapists took away. The question is: Can she get it back? And if so, how?
Dennis L. Siluk was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, October 7,
1947. Graduated from the University of Maryland, 1977, and Troy State University, in 1979, with degrees in psychology
and sociology, and then studied theology for several months, continuing his graduated studies in counseling at the University
of Minnesota, receiving his license thereafter. But his desire to travel has out lived his desire to continue in the area
of behavior science. His travels have produced three books in the past and seven books in the present. This book
traces that desire ... with pictures on some of his travels, and several pages of commentary. In addition, Mr.
Siluk has added two of his poems from his earlier travels, which was put into his first book published in 1980, and four short
stories, one that has been accepted as an entry for Nimrod Literary Award for short stories.
ISBN # 0-595-23985-4
Siluk's Tiamat Trilogy, and his book, "Mantic ore..." have been
compared to Star Trek, Stephen King, Michael Connelly and John Grisham's books. They are compelling, affecting, and portraying
life at the edge. In this third volume of his Tiamat series, the hero becomes vulnerable, obsessed and somewhat investigative,
partly because of his youth, and anxiousness. As with his previous two volumes, he faces the demon world, within
his city state of Yort, and outside it. Good fiction will takes you on a journey; what humans could face, is what
they will look at. A step into a shift in time; from one era to another; in the middle is the soul that wants to say,
it is all worth while...
The second part of this book, you will find a conglomeration of hypnotic
adventures; a spiritual journey throughout the land of Lemuria [ancient Pacific], counter balance to Atlantics.
ISBN # 0-595-24333-9
Long before the conquests of Attila, king of the
Huns, Hannibal, Genghis Khan, Tamerlane, Alexander the Great, and Gilgamesh (half god and half man) king of the Uruk, there
lived an antagonist and savage eyed race called the demonic gods (with angelic, beast and human traits) who ruled the underworld
and tried to rule the upper world. This story is about that race and their attempts to do just that.
The year is 6807 BC, the Age of Pride.
ISBN # 0-595-22257-9
Since the early eighties, Dennis L. Siluk has had visions. He has made a connection between these visions
and events from the Book of Revelation.
He compares what he has seen with
events that Revelation prophesied, both for the past and in the future. In the "The Last Trumpet and
the Woodbridge Demon" Siluk details frightening experiences he and his mother had. He feels there were demons
involved, including the Woodbrigde Demon.
Now in the bookstores!