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Book Review: Fascination by Kevin Brennan

Reblogging this to generate a few more clicks. And to remind Audrey Driscoll that she’s utterly awesome. Click through and read her full review.

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Get ready for a road trip! Fascination is an odyssey around the quasi-wild West, on a mission of “self-realization and vengeance.”

Gorgeous Sally Pavlou, widowed by her husband’s fake suicide, sets out with insouciant PI (and punster) Clive Bridle to track down her errant spouse. From an unnamed Midwestern burg, the two hit the road in Sally’s ’63 Dodge Dart (nicknamed “Dot”). Readers get to ride along — to Denver, Albuquerque, Phoenix, L.A., San Francisco and various side trips to spots that may or may not appear on any map. Along the way, the pair encounters an astonishing variety of sages, sinners, eccentrics and downright lunatics who offer opportunities for enlightenment.

Sally is an aficionado of an old-fashioned arcade game called Fascination. Every now and then she just has to play, even if it means a considerable detour. Clive is fine with that; stretching out the trip means he gets…

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7 comments on “Book Review: Fascination by Kevin Brennan

  1. John W. Howell
    August 24, 2016

    Nice review. Congratulations.

    • Kevin Brennan
      August 24, 2016

      Thanks, John. Always feels good when the first review is positive!

  2. 1WriteWay
    August 24, 2016

    Dang! I feel like such a slow reader … then again, I do tend to slow my reading when I don’t want the journey to end 😉

    • 1WriteWay
      August 24, 2016

      Oh, wait, I already saw this review, and it’s a good one!

      • Kevin Brennan
        August 24, 2016

        Yes. Not a lot of people saw it last week, so I wanted to give it a boost.

  3. pinklightsabre
    August 24, 2016

    Like the notion of ‘finely-textured,’ I get that in what little I’ve read of your writing so far. Can you believe I bought Occasional Soulmates when we were in Germany but didn’t read it there (I suck) and brought it home with me, and insist on reading that first? I’m a decent guy, trust me, but I have my flaws. My cole-flaw salad seems to never run out in the fridge.

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