Book Review: Blessed Abduction by Vincent di Fondi

Filed in Gather Writing Essential by on September 2, 2009 0 Comments
For those of you who know me, you will understand that I generally say what I believe to be true, regardless of what others think. I think we as writers ought to be really up front with our opinions of other authors work.  “Blessed Abduction” is A Story That Grows On You.

Having known the author, for some time now, through internet connections,and particularly here on Gather, I was anxiously looking forward to the release of this book. I found it a little difficult to get into but could not get it out of my mind after a couple of chapters. It is what I call “entertainment reading”.

The characters and settings are so varied and the story so difficult to predict that, I began to reach all sorts of wrong conclusions as to where the author was taking me. Vincent has a great imaginatiion and the book clearly reflects his own experiences in travel with descriptions of places he has forced me to think of visiting.

The writing style is reflective of what I have seen in Vincent’s real life exchanges on line and tells me that I have been privileged to feel his heart beat.

You will enjoy the book. Get a copy today.

About the Author ()

Retired Minister turned Writer. Currently celebrating the publishing of a new historical novel entitled "KINDRED SPIRITS". Also on the market is the biography of a bank robber and murderer entitled "Hounded". Both books are available on, Kindl

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