Déjà Vu 5-Star Review on Red Adept

This is, I think, the first non-cus­tom­er review of Déjà Vu for its cur­rent edi­tion. Red Adept is a site where authors can sub­mit their works for review. The admin­is­trat­ors make clear that reviews are non-debat­able, and always pub­lish them to the book’s Amazon page after one month. I like the break­down into ‘plot’, ‘char­ac­ter devel­op­ment’, ‘writ­ing style’ and ‘edit­ing’.

I wanted to share this excerpt:

Saskia enjoys a met­ric ton (or rather, tonne, as Mr. Hocking is British) of char­ac­ter devel­op­ment dur­ing the course of the story, since she begins from a point that’s worse off than a blank slate: the little she knows about her cur­rent life is a lie. As the plot pro­gresses, she wor­ries who she truly is, and if she’ll be lost to the resur­fa­cing of her body’s viol­ent per­son­al­ity. By the end, she’s far out­stripped every­one else in com­plex­ity and sheer awe­some­ness.

Did you know that Déjà Vu’s price has been slashed by 16% to make it 72p? That’s 72p British pence, people.

Author: Ian Hocking

Writer and psychologist.

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