This just in… and wow. *cries a little*
Debbie Attenborough at Divine Magazine just posted a great five star review of Skythane:
“The story flows like a river, from its source, getting faster and faster, deeper and wider until…. well, until it reaches the sea! There is no massive info dump that you sometimes get in this sort of story, it comes in drips, so you can process each drip before you get the next one. Or in my case, many times through this book, you can pull a face at the kindle and ” say what now???” when you get a particularly fat drip!… what made this book were two things, for me, anyway.
One: there is a bit at the front of the book, telling the story of this story, as it where. How long its been sitting, waiting to be fully told. I don’t usually read the bits at the front, but I’m glad I did.
And the other bit was the epilogue. Because up to that point, the story was told, finished, done and dusted all wrapped up in a big fat bow, sporting 4 stars. THEN, Coatsworth throws it all for a loop with that epilogue! And I WANT book two! Because I’m told there will be a book two. I wonder how THAT character is gonna affect Jameson and Xander’s bond, and how Quince will react to the other character.
Basically, I’m left hanging. And sometimes that’s good, sometimes not but here its bloody brilliant and I LOVED this book. *did I say that yet, don’t think I did, did I??*
A stunning 5 star read”
Dreamspinner – eBook: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/skythane-by-j-scott-coatsworth-8154-b
Dreamspinner – paperback: https://www.dreamspinnerpress.com/books/skythane-by-j-scott-coatsworth-8155-b
Amazon – paperback: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1635334039/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1635334039&linkCode=as2&tag=quscfi-20&linkId=0b043aac2c66d551bebf49c51d5c5ab5
Barnes & Noble – paperback: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/skythane-j-scott-coatsworth/1125557133?ean=9781635334036