Book Life’s Critical Review for Fool’s Apocalypse

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Critic’s Report Title: Fools’ Apocalypse Author: Anderson Atlas Genre: Fiction/Sci-Fi/Fantasy/Horror Audience: Adult Word Count: 398 Assessment: After inadvertently helping an evil mastermind who triggers a zombie apocalypse, a group of survivors must flee to a distant shelter called Eden. Atlas’s story is the most gripping when he turns away from the common zombie narratives and […]

Return to Lan Darr Review #6

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“Allan Westerfield is a wheelchair-bound hero, but a hero nonetheless.   Five stars.” ~reviewed by C.J. Shane at Sonoran Arts Network full review below:  ( link: ) I’ve been a fan of children’s literature since….well, childhood, and my enthusiasm has never waned. I continue to read children’s and YA (young adult) literature even today. I’ve had […]

New Library Gets a Free Book

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Margot donated Surviving the Improbable Quest to a 6th grade library! How awesome!! An epic tale of survival of a young boy, August 15, 2016 By Margot Lynne Stornelli This review is from: Surviving the Improbable Quest (Heroes of Distant Planets) (Volume 1) (Paperback) Allan survives a horrific car accident that kills his parents leaving […]

Fools’ Apocalypse Review #7

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“What struck me about Fools’ Apocalypse is that Anderson Atlas has taken two of the great themes of American writing: the river journey, and the band-of-travelers-against-the-wild, and used them to give new life to the zombie apocalypse.” ~Marian Thorpe   Read the Entire Review here: Fools’ Apocalypse, by Anderson Atlas: A Review