I've been thinking if Taurus Moon was to be turned into a movie, who would I cast as the main heroes of my story.
Here are my top choices:
Kevin Phillips as Taurus Moon
Brandon T. Jackson as Gully
Terry Pheto as Ayira
Rockmond Dunbar as Miles Coltrane
LaMonica Garrett as John Henry
Agree with my picks?
Who would you choose?
I would like to know
Short stories collection
John Henry: Man versus Machine
--What really happened during the legendary challenge between John Henry and the drill steam engine operator
--Professors Miles Coltrane, his wife Monica, and John Henry head to a small African village to stop a sorcerer from creating an army of zombies. The trio are aided by a small girl named Ayira
--Ayira and Gully go out on the town only to be attacked by supernatural creatures
--Sergeant Gabrielle Morris first night with the Special Unit's team brings her directly into the world of the supernatural. After capturing Sinclair Hellmorning, a violent cult leader, she tries to interrogate him. Right before her eyes, Hellmorning disappears from the interview room. Professor Miles Coltrane is called to consult. Morris finds herself trapped in the middle of an impossible battle between the two men.
A Nasty Piece of Work
--Taurus and Gully can't seem to stay out of trouble. After nearly being killed by a rival relic hunter, the pair are recruited to find a mad scientist. Interrupting the villain's plans, the scientist turns his full attention toward Taurus and Gully
Morgana le Fay has ruled with coldhearted brutality in a realm as much a prison as it is her dominion. She joins forces with a ruthless Lycan king in hopes of returning to Earth, determined to destroy King Arthur’s legacy.
Gully’s magic has been intensifying at an incredible rate for months. Taurus Moon wants to find out why. The pair travels overseas in search of a supernatural relic that may help. Instead of finding answers, they wind up saving the lives of a family of three from two vicious Lycans: Grimes and his daughter, Darla. The unplanned rescue propels them on an adventure where technology is nonexistence and magic is supreme. They journey through treacherous lands marred by the sorceress’ dark magic looking for a way home.
The sudden arrival of Moon and Gully to her realm presents Morgana with an opportunity she cannot ignore—a chance to go home. She will stop at nothing to obtain her freedom.
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Listen to a sample here: Amazon
Taurus Moon is a relic hunter, but the artifacts he searches for aren't found in the jungles of the Yucatan or the deserts of Egypt. His quests often take him through the grittier parts of urbanized cities where even the toughest of thugs fear to tread. Forgotten relics once thought of as only myths and legends can be found, if you know where to look, and have the guts to go searching into dark and deadly places.
Taurus Moon is hired by a vampire crime lord to locate ancient artifacts that would make the criminal a God. Even though Taurus is no fan of vampires, he does love money and despite his misgivings, he begins the treacherous hunt for the artifacts. Things become more complicated when a rival crime lord hires a ruthless relic hunter named, Mika, who has no qualms about killing the competition.
We materialized right into the middle of a war.
Muscular eight-foot Minotaurs wearing nothing but leather loin cloths and wielding huge battle axes fought against hordes of Serpopard, who had leopard’s bodies and serpents’ long necks and heads. More than once the sharp jagged claws of the Serpopard’s paws sparked heavily against the serrated edges and sweeping curves of the Minotaurs’ axes.
One of the half-bull-half-man creatures dared to strike at Ayira, sweeping his powerful weapon horizontally through the air. Ayira ducked underneath his thrust, ran up to the eight-foot behemoth, used the creature’s leg as a step-ladder and climbed up the mane on its chest until she reached its head. With the grace of a cat, she pulled herself along his hairy neck, stopping when she’d positioned herself behind its horned skull. Reaching around with her sword, she swept the blade from ear to ear along her attacker’s throat. The Minotaur loosed a great roar as his life’s blood sprayed from the long gash in his neck, and then toppled forward to his death. Ayira leapt off the creature as his corpse struck the ground.