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Samael Reviews

Review by Kim Anisi

I loved a variety of aspects in Samael by Alex Dunn. There were plenty of vegan characters, and unlike in many other books, they weren't presented as people who will either starve to death, die of malnutrition, try to force their views on everyone, eat only cardboard, and/or are generally portrayed in a light that makes all vegans look like morons. You can't imagine how nice it is for other vegans to actually see vegan protagonists as "normal" people. So a big thank you to the author for that! 
 

It's the kind of story where you enjoy being with the characters on every page. I'll be on the lookout for other books from this author and not just as eBooks; she's actually worth a space on my shelf!

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Review By Romuald Dzemo

I loved a variety of aspects in Samael by Alex Dunn. There were plenty of vegan characters, and unlike in many other books, they weren't presented as people who will either starve to death, die of malnutrition, try to force their views on everyone, eat only cardboard, and/or are generally portrayed in a light that makes all vegans look like morons. You can't imagine how nice it is for other vegans to actually see vegan protagonists as "normal" people. So a big thank you to the author for that! 
 

It's the kind of story where you enjoy being with the characters on every page. I'll be on the lookout for other books from this author and not just as eBooks; she's actually worth a space on my shelf!

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CRAZY FOR ALICE REVIEWS

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Review By Chris Fischer


I so enjoyed Crazy for Alice. It's unusual for me to find a book that is as unique as this one, and I am so glad that I did find it. Author Alex Dunn has done a fantastic job in creating characters, especially protagonist Ben, that readers will truly care about, connect with and be able to relate to. If that's not a hallmark of an excellent author, I'm not sure what is. Her world creation abilities while exploring The Grey World, are simply second to none. I am so pleased to give Crazy for Alice the highest recommendation I possibly can, and I look forward to reading more from Alex Dunn as soon as possible.

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SCHOOL MONITOR REVIEWS

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Reviewed By Lisa McCombs for Readers’ Favorite

There is something magical about twins, even when they are not identical. The emotional bond formed in the womb is unbreakable. Rich, minutes older than Chrissie, has always been his sister’s savior. She is lost without him. When their parents are called away on business, the only logical plan is to send the twins to St. Bartholomew’s, a prestigious boarding school. It is bad enough to leave friends and the familiar safety of their home school, but when Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis expect Rich to befriend the school bully, ironically the son of Mr. Jarvis’ boss, the new school takes on an evil twist. The reputation of St. Bart’s goes beyond academic prowess. Fighting for his life, Rich is forced to accept the dark side of being a twin.

School Monitor by Alex Dunn is a gruesome story of the realities of power while highlighting the theme of bullying. Alex Dunn has captured the essence of teen cruelty at its finest. Dunn masters the language of youth and, unfortunately, captures the realities of adolescent vengeance. I really, really enjoyed this story! Kudos to Alex Dunn!

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Dating Down Reviews

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Reviewed By Romuald Dzemo

Dating Down by Alex Dunn is a gripping romance for young adults; it's well-written and filled with drama. Tammy is the kind of woman who needs nothing. She comes from a wealthy background, with enough money to spend. Yes, she can buy herself anything. But she has one big problem: while her friends talk about going to the end-of-term dance with someone, she only has a fictional character, Ralph Forrester, in mind. To make him real, she allows a man with his own pain and wounds to enter her life. On an ordinary day, Gary would be hanging around Vernon’s, “getting drunk, stoned, and laid, preferably in that order.” His loved one, Grace, has died a year earlier from leukemia, so when he gets the chance to play Tammy’s Ralph Forrester, he doesn’t realize what he is getting into. How far can Tammy and Gary continue to play the game?

 

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