My mentor (and proofreader) gives his opinion of my new book. For better or for worse, I appreciate his honest feedback and have every intention of improving my weak points in future stories. Thank you Dr. Robinson!
Prism World by Lyn Gilleland (398 pages). Available on Amazon.
It’s really hard to be objective when it comes to reviewing a book by someone you know. And yet you as a reader, as well as the author, would not expect any less from me. And so I find myself reviewing a book that I consider a breakthrough for the author, while still having its pitfalls. While the author has written other books, for all intents and purposes, I would consider this a first novel.
The story is set on a world that is very much like our own, yet small clues tell you it is in a time circa 1940s to 1960s. Biplanes still fly, people shoot revolvers, and the dress code is similar to what I might have seen when (or before) I was a child. With that in mind, the circumstance is not retro. The main…
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