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The Dustin Clark Review of Red Moon

by Daniel Brenton on December 29, 2007

in Appearances, Guest Articles, Media, and Press

Start: Dustin Clark, otherwise known as “OddThings” over at The Book of THoTH, a blogger who focuses on the ancient historical context of UFOs and on other Fortean subjects, has given Red Moon a glowing review.

Just glowing.

Did I mention it was glowing?

Here’s what he did find wrong with it:

My only complaint is that when it was over I was actually wishing there was more. Not because the ending was bad, but because I wanted to know exactly what happened next to each character.

He later invites readers to enjoy the book … and then insists that they ride me to get the sequel written.

Read the rest here.

Thank you Dustin. And all the best to you, to wherever your road takes you.

 

For more information on the David S. Michaels and Daniel Brenton novel Red Moon, visit their site www.Luna15.com.

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Daniel Brenton is the creator/author of the 5 Second Novel series, co-author of the space race thriller Red Moon (with David S. Michaels), and is the author of the satirical column The Round Files, published in Stuart Miller's short-lived Alien Worlds Magazine.

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