Sunday, June 16, 2013

The Child of Egypt by Jason Underhill



I literally could not put this book down.  From the very beginning it gripped me and held me tight.  I absolutely had to know what was going to happen.  This is an epic journey as a boy becomes a man but it is so much more. 

Throughout his travels, you will discover along with Acharat that life isn’t always going to go as planned.  It opens your eyes in a way for which you will be completely unprepared.  You know who the good guys are but are they really??  This was set in a world that is hard to fathom but the writing was done beautifully.  Very much a must read.


Reviewed by Sue Owen



Book link at Smashwords: www.smashwords.com/books/view/87233


The Last Seer and the Tomb of Enoch by Ashland Menshouse



This book was an absolute gem.  The writing style was a bit dramatic and sometimes over the edge but it didn’t detract from the story at all.  I absolutely loved reading this book and following the adventures of Aubrey and his friends as they tried to figure out what was going on.  The symbolism was ripe in this book and the author paid tribute to many great and wonderful stories.

From the boring town life to adventures beyond belief, this book has it all.  If you aren’t a science fiction fan you will still love this book.  It has enough of all the good stuff to be very readable and a delight.  I highly recommend it to be read twice!

 

Reviewed by Sue Owen


The Wrong Brother by Nancy Brophy



This was a cute, funny and predictable novel.  I very much enjoyed the simplistic writing style and the creative endeavors the heroine went through to avoid then get her man.  I found it a very easy read and was happy reading it. 

I liked the author’s way of describing events and was carried away by the many twists and turns of this book.  Her writing style is very smooth and tends to appear on the light side and her many witticisms were very welcome.  I definitely recommend this book and know you will enjoy it as I have.

Reviewed by Sue Owen 




Thursday, June 13, 2013

Paper Mustang is BACK!  Expect to see new reviews in the next few weeks as well as some changes to the author pages.  We are combining with author sites By Sue Owen and Sharon Nelson and we'll soon feature their books as well as services from our sister site Pink Phoenix. We will have all the help Indie writers need all in one place.