…There’s a sinister plot with some shady creatures, vampires going through their motions and a whole lot of naked ladies all the way through. This book hits all the right notes and I cannot wait for the third book in the series.
What’s not to like about that?
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Yay! Quinn W. Buckland, author of The Engine What Runs the World, has completed a review of my first book, The Portrait. I loved this review for its honesty, and makes it possible for people avoid major spoilers. While he admits that this book is far different from my normal fare, he also found that this story is creative, imaginative and just works. What more can an author ask for?
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Yay! Quinn W. Buckland, author of The Engine What Runs the World, has completed a review of my second book, The Grand. It is an honest review, that highlights a few avoidable spoilers. It also delves into topics like story, character development, originality and the end! Best of all? He loved the ending!
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Yay! A lovely review from Quinn W. Buckland on The Van Helsing Paradox. I’m glad he found the book to be an easy read, that my use of slang gave the story a hint of authenticity, and especially how he loved the ending! Best of all? He gave me a score of 9 out of 10 overall!
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On a side note, it’s the same vampire throughout the story. However, her real name comes to light later on as the story develops.
The Engine What Runs the World by Quinn W. Buckland introduces the reader to a new world, one where humanity has gone through multiple world-changing events leading to a technology regressive society. It introduces a vertical society that are literally based on levels, each with their own quirks and customs.
I loved it! The characters have depth and the author brings forth a detailed history. Their interactions with the world are memorable, and details early on play a part throughout. The author also plays a role, known as The Writer, a divine entity that drives the story; an element I found to be both cute and witty.
It is clear that there will be much more to explore from this world, and I look forward to diving into it in the future! Highly recommended!