Gratitude

I am profoundly grateful and blessed at how so many people have supported The Burned Bridges Protocol by purchasing the book and leaving their thoughts on the review sections in both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Thank you! Cyberflowers for everyone πŸ™‚

 

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I’m especially grateful for Mr. Cyrus Keith for taking the time to write his very kind review. Do pop by his homeplace for a bit of natter and a nice cuppa of cyber-joe πŸ˜€

Since I can’t seem to find the re-blog button (ironic, I know, since I *write* science fiction), here what Mr. Keith said:

Enjoy it I did. First off, it’s an easy read. And by easy, I mean the words flow so easily through my brain that it’s notwork to read. I finished this in just a few hours. It’s a short work, too at just over 200 pages, and the print is a bit larger than many other recent works I’ve read. It’s marketed as a novella, which isΒ  just shy of a full novel-length work.

Which leads into my one minor criticism of the book: It could be longer. One or two scenes, in my opinion, could have been filled out just a fuzzy more. But don’t let that stop you from diving in head-first and devouring it.

I promise no plot-spoilers, but it’s not easy. I want to tell you all how it starts with a “What the…” and ends with an “Oh, wow,” and fills the pages between with more than one “I did NOT see that one coming!”

I can guarantee your mouth will drop open when you get to the reason for the title of the book. It takes a lot to surprise me like that, but she did it. I think what I like the most is Abigail’s sense of humor, a twisted, tongue-in-cheek kind of style that reminds me of a fluffy pink bunny riding a werewolf’s shoulder and pointing at Elmer Fudd while screaming “There he is: Get him!”

I should have expected this from Abigail, but with an imagination as lively as hers, it’s hard to know what to expect at any given time. And in this case, that’s a very good thing.

Five thumbs up.

I am a fan of Mr. Keith and his NADIA series,Β I feel honored that he thought this way about BBP.

And now I am wondering what Jon and Nadia would think of Lilliane and company….

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