BOOK REVIEW FRIDAY – TWO NOVELS AND MANY NARCISSISTS

Thrilled to re-blog, P.C. Zick’s parallel reading choice – linking my latest release with the writing of Lisa See. Enjoy P.C.’s review of both our work in this post.

P.C. Zick - Author/Editor

During January, I read two novels by two authors whose work I admire. One is a bestselling traditionally published author, and the other is an Indie Author who I’ve followed since the publication of her first novel.

Both have written novels set in the west – one in San Francisco and one in an anonymous location either in western Canada or western United States. And both populated their new releases with characters overflowing in narcissism. Not only are the antagonists under the illusion that the world revolves around them, but the protagonists also suffer from this affliction. And most importantly, both novels are captivating reads filled with tension created by a certain depravity within the human condition.

ChinaDollsChina Dolls by Lisa See – I was first introduced to Lisa See in 2009 when my sister-in-law lent me a copy of Peony in LoveSince reading that haunting love story…

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One comment on “BOOK REVIEW FRIDAY – TWO NOVELS AND MANY NARCISSISTS

  1. P. C. Zick says:

    Francis, you are a master storyteller, just as Lisa See is. She should be very proud to be featured with you!

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