Thursday, April 11, 2013

Book Reviews

The first  customer reviews of my books recently published on Amazon Kindle Books:
This is the sort of epic adventure about really decent, generous people who like to have fun in between dealing with heavy issues. The opulence of their world is a tasty treat -- Allen goes over the top in a good way describing all the perks of being a prince, or a prince's friend. The bad guys are gnarly and grotesque, which is entertaining too. I don't think you can go wrong with this book, if you like fantasy fiction of the Prince of Persia, Lord of the Rings variety! Joan Dabner Clickner, April 10, 2013
Allen is a confident storyteller who loves to create a likable main character one can relate to. The experiences of Dare Harriman may not be ones we've had, but his reactions are familiar, making him realistic. You're pulling for Dare all the way, you want him to make it. The setting is uber rich northern Virginia, one of those massive farms you might pass on a gorgeous country road, which is fun to experience. You feel like you're right there, among the fine things, lovely horses, Lear jets, etc. The friendship depicted is a pleasure to witness in its development, and the plot keeps you turning pages all the way to the end. This is a carefully written, nice book. Joan Dabner Clickner, April 4, 2013

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