John Castle Reviews “The Spear of Destiny”

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This piece from John Castle, an aspiring novelist himself and (full disclosure) a good friend and frenemy,  is the kind of succinct, letter-perfect description of the THE SPEAR OF DESTINY I wish I’d had for the dust jacket, and the kind of review that leaves me feeling humbled and goose-bumpy at the same time. Here’s a taste:

Set in a skillfully crafted alternate history brimming with the unexplored technologies of Tesla’s generation and populated by creatures of legend and nightmare, Spear of Destiny has been described as, “acres of strange.” As fitting as that appellation is, though, I think Trey Garrison’s debut novel could also be described as a worthy successor to the best tall tales of literature. It places Trey Garrison in the company of writers like Robert E. Howard, H.P. Lovecraft and even Mark Twain.

I think that last sentence is a little overly optimistic, but it gives me something to shoot for in the sequel I’m hard at work on avoiding writing.

Read the full review here on John’s website.

Thank you, John. Now stop writing reviews and get on with your own novel, slacker.

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Comments

  1. Diacanu says:

    I’ve decided to wait for the print copies. ;-)

  2. This is why I can’t have nice things. :(

    ;)