Latest Reviews for ROCKAPOCALYPSE

Posted: May 18, 2014 in Writing
4.0 out of 5 stars The day the music died and was reborn 🙂, May 12, 2014
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This review is from: Rockapocalypse (Kindle Edition)
I picked this up because it was in the top 100 free at the same time as mine and the heading jumped out at me. The cover is a little bit bland but sometimes, the title can pull the weight and this one does.

This is a beautifully written story. If Stephen King, Stephen Spielberg, Dean Koontz and Kevin Costner formed a band this would be their song 🙂 Told through a Coma victim’s memories, the entire concept of this novel is HIGHLY original, creative and lyrically beautiful without becoming maudlin.

I love any stories set in the Deep South in its Iconic hey day and Rockapocalypse manages to re-use a setting used by so many wonderful writers and directors before, stays true to that stereotype and yet adds a brilliant new perspective to it all. If this is a self-published author than he hides it well 😉

Would recommend highly to anyone who is into classic music, the 60’s or is just looking for something new, different and sentimental 🙂

5.0 out of 5 stars I feel good!, May 16, 2014
M. Avery (Peninsula Rain Forest, WA) – See all my reviews
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This adventure grabs you on the first page and doesn’t let go. It’s the most fun I’ve had reading in a long time. It’s beyond. It’s a bit tilted, a lot edge of your seat, and yet fully believable while you’re in it. I almost don’t want to start another book and lose the feeling I got by reading it. This author is bliss.

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