Twin Worlds has had a successful launch. Here are some of the reviews the book has had thus far on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
By T S on April 3, 2017
Normally I do not read science fiction, it is not my favorite genre however, I really enjoyed reading about Tucker McLeod and Raina Wolfe. They have a very fun, dynamic friendship and work wells as team. I was always excited to be reading scenes when they were working ‘together’ because there was always this sort of back and forth – like old friends should. The overall story is a work of the imagination, but contained a lot of detail which really made the story feel ‘real’.
By JC on April 1, 2017
Twin Worlds is a great combination of detective fiction and space opera. The main characters, Tucker McLeod and Raina Wolfe, are interesting, strong and likable, and their friendship and teamwork create a fun dynamic that makes for an enjoyable ride (and read) through their process of detecting as they work to uncover the conspiracy plot. The story weaves in political, military and criminal intrigue, with timely plot twists and action scenes (the last action scene being my favorite…cleverly written and fun!) I was impressed with the combined research and imagination used to create the level of detail in the story’s backdrops and scenes, as well as its array of characters and overall plot. The book also builds suspense well; I found myself analyzing each new character, wondering if they would be revealed as being involved in the plot conspiracy! So the story development kept me guessing. The end also finishes with a hook that sets it up nicely for a sequel. I’m looking forward to seeing where the story goes from here in the next book!
4.0 out of 5.0 stars
By CD on April 2, 2017
I have long admired Dr. F.J. Talley’s professional work and never imagined he harbored this much creativeness inside. Twin Worlds is otherworldly to say the least. Tucker McLeod and Raina Wolfe’s partnership to discover a political conspiracy makes the book an interesting read – especially in today’s climate. Full of bombardment-like suspense, Dr. Talley’s book made my visual imagination go places I’d never been. The ending has me craving for more: a sequel?!
By Amazon Customer on April 4, 2017
I must say it’s my favorite book for 2017! A must read if you are interested in mysteries and science fiction!😁 A well written book!
Here’s what readers are saying about Take Hart!
Allow me to say that I was hesitant to dive into this novel. Very few thrillers, especially ones involving police action capture my attention, much less hold it. It seems Take Hart has managed to do just that. The story tackles not only community issues, but systematic issues within both police and military fields. The back drop and side characters only enhanced the experience. Port Angel came to life for me, and I grew to care about the community. Talley does a wonderful job of painting characters not only in black and white, but in shades of grey that speak volumes to the human condition. I think fans of E.J. Mellow’s Animal Under the Fur will enjoy this novel, which similarly places a female MC in equitable situations that don’t downplay strength or buy into the age old trope, but instead focus on real skills to show growth, development, and success.
Overall, I am very impressed. Job well done!
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