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Best Thrillers: First Major Review!

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http://bestthrillers.com/into-the-east-the-razing-a-supernatural-thriller-by-j-a-davis/

The Bottom Line: Fans of A.G. Riddle’s The Origin series will be happy to discover J.A. Davis’ engrossing blend of swords and sci-fi.

Best Thrillers gave us a 5 STAR review on GoodReads

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From a fan of the Into The East series:

On my nightstand – “You are in some pretty impressive company, at least that is coming from a very simple minded fella. For whatever it may be worth I really do appreciate your company with me via your writings down my own personal path of discovery.”

 

 

Amazon and GoodReads Reviews

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 The most unique and fascinating storyline!

5.0 out of 5 stars, March 6, 2014  Review by Professor James Powers – Caltech University

Although truly distinctive the narrative strikes on…“The Foundation Series” of Isaac Asimov, CS Lewis’s “The Space Trilogy”, “Ben-Hur” by Lew Wallace, glued together with a touch of ‘Jules Verne’.


 Excellent!!
5.0 out of 5 stars, March 25, 2014 Review by cle
Must Read!! Story line is well written and you can’t put the book down. Characters are well developed and you feel like you know them. Although this is a fictional story, it reads like a non-fictional history book. That is not an easy thing to do with sci fi subjects. I really enjoyed reading it!!! Can’t wait for the second book.

 Very Good read – recommend highly.

Continue reading Amazon and GoodReads Reviews

“Must Read!! Story line is well written and you can’t put the book down. Characters are well developed and you feel like you know them. Although this is a fictional story, it reads like a non-fictional history book. That is not an easy thing to do with sci fi subjects. I really enjoyed reading it!!! Can’t wait for the second book.” ~ Former Air force Captain Chris E.   Click here for more reviews.

“Although truly distinctive the narrative strikes on…“The Foundation Series” of Isaac Asimov, CS Lewis’s “The Space Trilogy”, “Ben-Hur” by Lew Wallace, glued together with a touch of ‘Jules Verne’.” – Professor James Powers – Caltech     Click here for more reviews