After giving away nearly 300 copies of Speedster for free last week, I got my first unsolicited review today from someone I don’t know. 4 Stars! Here’s what he said.
This is an almost perfect thriller with good descriptions of situations and believable characters, add a dash of humour and excitement for a great read. I enjoyed it.
That works for me. Sure, 5 stars is better than 4, and perfect is better than almost, but I already know I’m not Jame Joyce or even Stephen King, so I’m pretty happy with this. I see it as an auspicious beginning . . . even though it’s really in the middle somewhere. This looks like a plan coming together.