I’ve known Brion for a few years now. He’s local to me and a great fan as well as an amazing teacher. He was a founding co-pilot of the Writer’s Round Table with Dave Robison and does great analysis. When I first learned that he had a novel, I insisted on doing a beta read for it. I wasn’t disappointed.
The story plays with the idea of memory and how – sometimes – memory plays with us. Brion does a masterful job of constructing the story, line by line. He dragged me into a place where I’m not usually prone to play. I’m not much for psychological thrillers. It’s not my basic read so this book took me outside of my comfort zone and made me glad I took the trip.
This is book one of a series that has no book two yet. Brion tells me it’s in the word processor, but he’s got a full life outside of writing. It’s understandable that it’s taking him some time to get the next book out there.
If you’re looking for something “a little different” in your Kindle, you might grab a sample and see what you think.
About the reviewer:
Nathan Lowell has been writing science fiction and fantasy most of his life. He started publishing in 2007 and has no intention of stopping any time soon.
Learn more about Nathan Lowell and his works at http://nathanlowell.com
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