A couple of 5 star reviews for The Locksmith’s Secret came in this week and I thought I should let people know about them because they tell you a bit about the book. You could see it as shameless self promotion, but really if I don’t promote my books, who will? Are you talking about them for me? Have you read them? If you can’t afford them, I’ll trade them for a review on Amazon, just contact me if you’re interested.
Here’s some excerpts and a link to where you can read the full review:
‘A rich tapestry of interconnecting narratives weaving together to form a multifaceted whole. The fantasy element comes in the form of a steampunk novel Ella is writing. We also explore her past as a stripper, her past lives, and the mysterious background of her boyfriend, Jamie, who might be too good to be true. A solid follow-up to an exceptional novel.’
ow.ly/M95P300yhh9 Review by Amy Spahn, editor
‘Superficially independent threads are spliced together into one mystical reality. The binding themes are ultimately metaphysical. Each of the four main plotlines run as strands in Prunella’s possible past and certainly present being. … The Australian bush, cats, steampunk, crafts and Buddhism continually bounce around the complex reality that is the real author. … This is a beautifully written and intelligently crafted book. It is at once, spiritual, contemporary, historical fiction, a steampunk thriller, speculative fiction, philosophical and a social commentary, and above all else, a classic romance. … There is another even stronger binding theme than romance, that being of female emancipation and the associated problems of finding real psychological independence from cultural and emotional ropes that affect all of us.’
Review by Richard Bunning, book review blogger http://ow.ly/5lYl300y8mR