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Once again, I thought I would promote my very first novel, Coming from Nowhere. You can purchase it here and here.
Here are some things people had to say about it:
Thriller Scifi! July 7, 2009
What a great ride! The plot of Coming from Nowhere really pulls you along, but you have to pay attention because it twists and turns, and there are two major surprises in the last half of the book. The alien cariensis are magnificently nasty, and I'd love to see more of the intelligent alien Xyphons in future books. Also, the heroes and villains in this book are wonderfully complicated, with complex motives and long difficult pasts. I'd highly recommend this book.
Amazing read! June 29, 2012
This is a wonderful tale with interesting twists. JD is an endearing heroine who stands on her own. I particularly enjoyed the fact that JD did not have a romantic interest in order to be a complete character, as so many stories require of female leads. The only thing it left me wanting was a second installment. I cannot wait to find out what happens next!
Changes on traditional theme, January 21, 2010
By B. Wills "malfan"
Coming from Nowhere has an amnesiac protagonist, but she is not your average amnesiac and she's not easily pigeonholed. Complex characters in this book do not do what you expect and there are twists that I didn't see coming. It is a dark, yet entertaining sci fi take on revolution and individual meaning.
For more reviews, check out Amazon. While you're there, order a copy of the book. If you get the Kindle edition, don't forget I'm on Kindlegraph and can sign it for you!
Posted by Pembroke Sinclair