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As you may already know, my blog turned one month old last Saturday; see here. In this post I mentioned updating my About page, which I have now done. I have included disclaimers on my blog to keep you, the reader, updated and to maintain transparency at all times. I mention this now as it is relevant; the E-Book I am about to review was kindly sent to me for free but as present in my disclaimers all following views are my own and no positive review is guaranteed to any third party.
With that out of the way, let us take a look at this week’s Sunday Book Club: Ewan Pendle and The White Wraith by Shaun Hume‘s . This book has been keeping me company on my travels over the last few weeks.
I will be honest, there was an initial shock when reading the advertisement for Ewan Pendle and The White Wraith as it claims to be an ‘antidote for Post-Potter Depression’. Note: skeptical.
Admittedly, the drawing of such a comparison made me a bit harsher on the book when I first began to read it. This book is not here to fill a Harry Potter void but it is here to create its own space. Ewan Pendle and The White Wraith is a fantasy novel, the first of it’s series and I would hate for it to be over shadowed by comparison.
Ewan Pendle and The White Wraith retails for:
- £1.99 in Kindle Format
- £9.95 in Paperback
You can purchase this through Amazon. Shaun Hume is an Australian born author of three novels, including Ewan Pendle and The White Wraith. He has self-published Ewan Pendle and the White Wraith through his own indie company called “Popcorn and Rice Publishing” in 2013.
Overall, Ewan Pendle and The White Wraith will hit the spot for it’s target audience and there are enough plot points to hold your interest orphans, cruel adults and a nefarious murderer.
Hume compensates any minor mistakes by writing cleverly crafted metaphors and a plot that leaves the reader asking questions, even after the last page is read.
One word review: Pleasant
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