My Review:The book clocks in at about 227 pages, which would usually take me about a week to finish. I’m a slow reader, I’ve got toddlers in the house, and being mildly dyslexic makes casual reading something that requires a lot of attention.I finished this book in less than a day.
I was hooked from the first page.
Kirsty is a relatable, real character that I was rooting for all the way.
The story moves along at a nice clip with humor and puns peppered throughout. It does have puns but they aren’t over-done.
There are times when the main character drags a bit in pity, but then she did die, so that’s understandable.
There is a pleasant wit displayed among the wordplay and I look forward to the next in the series.
My Verdict: At $2.99 it’s a steal. Buy and enjoy.
Thank you, Undefined Scott. Very much appreciated.
I hadn’t planned a formal blog tour, but I’ve been approached by a couple of excellent reviewers and bloggers. Which came as a delightful surprise. Reviewers approaching me? Awesome!
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Thank you kindly,
A fair and balanced review from All Things Urban Fantasy. She liked it.
Each year about this time, the snapping turtles emerge from the creek at the dog park, somehow climb up the steep, man-made embankment and slowly creep across the path to the swamp. This one was making good time since she was there on our way into the park, but gone by the time we returned.
She was about the size of a Frisbee–a big honkin’ Frisbee with a beak that’ll snap your little doggie toes off.
“Billie! Get away from that. It’s not a short, green, slimy dog.”
Whew! At least she sniffed its tail end and stayed away from the dangerous part!