Some wonderful reviews have been posting on Amazon about CHAMPION, and I am humbled and grateful for the response.
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“A setting that thrusts the reader into polar ends of society,
and an overall mood that taps into the dark crevices in all of us.”
“An almost voyeuristic peek into the passionate, creative, oft-exhausting and off-balance lives
of those who dare to push the envelope, break the rules, fight for the change and follow their guts.”
“It is not an easy thing to do – for a female author to get inside the head of a male character, and vice versa. But this author is well-versed in what makes individuals tick, and she does a masterful job of assigning the essential qualities, traits, mannerisms – as well as idiosyncrasies and human foibles – that turn her characters into people we have all met and known at some point in our lives.”
“This is one of the most meaningful books I have ever read. I felt compelled to really examine how I think about the many real life issues raised. All in a captivating narrative with suspense and surprises, but never seeming contrived.”
“Compelling, sexy, complex and surprising!”
“I’ve always been interested in the creative process,
and this book lays that process out and dissects it with a razor sharp literary skill.”
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I have to say, however, that my favorite so far appeared on Facebook, by my young friend Hans San Juan:
“WARNING: This book has no pictures!”
Angela Carole Brown is the author of three published books, The Assassination of Gabriel Champion, The Kidney Journals: Memoirs of a Desperate Lifesaver, and Trading Fours, and has produced several albums of music and a yoga/mindfulness CD. Bindi Girl Chronicles is her writing blog. Follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & YouTube.