Interviewed by: Jason Lulos, Pacific Book Review
Today we have the pleasure of being with author Robert Dancer discussing his new romance novel titled love, Class and Deceit now available on Amazon Digital Services (Kindle).
PBR: Thank you, Robert, for taking your time to join us.
RD: It's a real pleasure and thank you for the good review. I surprised myself by writing and …
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Reviewed by: Jason Lulos, Pacific Book Review
Robert Dancer's Love, Class, and Deceit is a vignette of a love story set during World War II and reads as if it were indeed written during this time. The nostalgic reader will find the stylistic straightforwardness and directly defined characters charming and inviting. Dancer's narrative is well-written and uncomplicated. While some readers may find the flat characters and linear plot too convenient,…Continue
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Reviewed by: S. Marie Vernon, Pacific Book Review
With the first book of his trilogy, author Joseph M. Armillas has written a spiritual science fiction that captivates the reader for the most part. In later chapters the saga drags a bit with the history of the super intelligent Umhar and Tausenzauts. It takes off again when a new ship approaches Plantanimus. Written in third person narrative it’s easy to fall in love with Kelem, the author’s main character. While he is…Continue
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Reviewed by: Lisa Brown-Gilbert, Pacific Book Review
What happens when a lonely young boy of thirteen finds a young dragon that he befriends and eventually forms a symbiotic relationship with?
The answer is … magic filled adventures and these adventures can be found in the urban fantasy novel, A Boy and His Dragon written by author Michael J. Bowler. This book is geared towards young adults and actually portrays an important message to…Continue
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