Please take a few moments if you can and check out the review of The Light Never Lies that just came out on The Review Blog.
I am humbled down to the ground by the depth and detail of Anna Belfrage’s review and ever so grateful to be featured on The Review.
If you have a chance to pop over and read Anna’s take on the second book in the Crater Lake Series, do take the time to make a comment and get in on a draw for a free book.
Lovely images 🙂
Thanks, Eden. The full moon this month was something special.
That was an excellent review. Congratulations!
Thanks, Dana. I had put my name in the line-up with a request when The Light Never Lies first came out and some patient waiting paid off.
Great review, Fran! I can’t wait to read it! I absolutely loved Disappearing in Plain Sight.
Oh Jill, I appreciate you saying you love Disappearing in Plain Sight – that book will always be my baby. I look forward to your take on The Light Never Lies.
I’m plan to read it before the end of the summer, Fran…can’t wait! Having a copy with your handwritten note inside will make it an extra special read. 🙂
Lovely detailed review.
Thanks for taking the time to pop over and give it a read. In these days of limited time, asking people to go even one link over can be tricky.
Indeed. I always have lots of links on my posts but they are only there, just in case, someone has a bit more time. 🙂
I thought the review was well written and insightful. It is clear they gave it a thorough read, Francis! They had a few spoilers, but not too many :).
Thanks, Kristin. I haven’t seen this review go up on Amazon so maybe, for a book review blog only, readers don’t mind a bit more detail and a spoiler or two. Not sure on that one. I suppose readers come in the map it all out before you go in variety and the wing it types, too.
Congratulations, Francis! 😀
Thanks, Dianne. Always feels nice to get a review that is thorough and shows the person really read the book.
I recently finished The Light Never Lies. Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Can’t wait to read the 3rd book!
Thanks so much – obviously that type of comment warms a writer’s heart. I’m 20,000 words in on Chasing Down the Night (Book 3) and going strong. Summer does seem to get my creative juices flowing.
Just read the review, Fran. It was done very nicely, and I look forward to reading all your books. Need to get that first one first! All the best to you.
Thanks, Mark. I know you are in active writing now, as I am. Not the best time for reading. Hope all is going well on all your projects.
Oh my goodness – that photo is stunning! And, congrats on your “shining” review!