I post reviews of my books here now and then, sometimes in hopes that one will interest you and you will read it. Today I’m quoting a couple of new reader reviews to share the joy of having readers that really get it.
Want to share your reviews?
I’m opening FtQ to published authors to share reviews of their work. Some guidelines:
- Published work only, ebook or print
- No reviews by relatives or close friends
- Send a cover image as an attachment to your email
- Send the text of the review as an attachment
- Include where the review appeared
- Include a link you would like connected to your title/graphic
Now for a couple of reviews by readers from Amazon for Finding Magic
I love most supernatural reads, and FINDING MAGIC hit all the right notes! Rhamey created a believable, creative supernatural world and a thrilling plot, grounded in both technical details about all things biological, and characters drawn with emotional accuracy. The chapters moved between first person and third person narration which allowed the reader to dive into the inner world of Annie, one of the main characters, and also step back and see the bigger picture. This dance between the two narration styles was artfully executed. Most importantly, though, I cared about Annie, Gabe, and Mike, was drawn into their world, and wanted to know what happened next. A great read I would highly recommend. Enjoy!
This alternately charming and thrilling book was just what I like a novel to be: an absorbing refuge from daily life and good food for thought. Rhamey has created a truly magical world and, once again, challenges our perceptions of the world around us, asking what it means to live responsibly and compassionately in our society without compromising our values. An exciting read with a fresh perspective. Highly recommended.
I’ll make Mondays “Review Day,” though if there are a lot I’ll post them on Tuesdays as well.
And the Bookshelf is also open to published authors. Send as attachments:
- Graphic of novel
- 100-word pitch/summary
- Where you want it linked to
© 2012 Ray Rhamey