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Joshua Lane

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My name is Peter Reich, special investigator to the Pope and former c....

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Hello Joshua, Hope you are well. Maybe you would like to try out ....

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Hello, my name is James Revino. I am the author of ‘Hollow.’ I was wo....

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"The Prince and the Singularity – A Circular Tale" is a book with one....

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Hi Joshua If you have time to take a quick look at my book I’d be....

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I wrote 1265 days ago

First things first: From the eight chapters I read, I have no hesitation in backing Faust's Butterfly, awarding it five stars and keeping it on my shelf for a full month. It's written to a high standard, offers much to enjoy and is more or less publishable. So, now that's out of the way, I'll off... view book

I wrote 1451 days ago

I read the first two chapters. My initial concern was that Robin Hood has been done to death. However, your approach reminds me a little of “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”, with the story focusing on peripheral characters, while the well-known protagonists of legend provide the backdrop. Wit... view book

I wrote 1531 days ago

My enjoyment of a book like this hinges on whether or not I get along with the main character. I liked John Musgrave and was happy to accompany him on his amorous misadventures. You observe and write well. The pacing is on the leisurely side, which may frustrate some readers. I can imagine more ... view book

I wrote 1590 days ago

It doesn't surprise me that you write for a living - you clearly know what you are doing. It's hard to write a original thriller, and it's a crowded genre. To stand out, you need to have convincing characters, a ring of authenticity, a tense and pacey plot and tight writing, all of which are presen... view book

I wrote 1623 days ago

I read the first three chapters, followed by chapter 5 and then chapter 10. This is a story full of contrasts - the boy, poor and under-educated (at least formally), living on an exotic Carribean island, the girl attending a prestigious university in the grey and miserable English winter. And then t... view book

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