Luccia Gray author spotlight challenge

Luccia Gray is the author of the Eyre Hall Trilogy–a sequel to both Charlotte Bronte’s 1847 novel Jane Eyre, and Jean Rhys’s 1966 novel Wide Sargasso Sea. She is also an English teacher, a multi award-winning blogger, and when she finds the time, a constant reader. Over the month of April, Luccia has been posting ‘Author Spotlights’ on her blog ‘Rereading Jane Eyre’ and has been kind enough to include me in the list. Sweet… Click on the links below and check it out. And while you’re there, take the time to look around, learn more about Luccia and her work…

Rereading Jane Eyre

April Author Spotlight 2015

Letter ‘M’ is for Matt Cairns author of Cold Blooded

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Why do I recommend Cold Blooded?

I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough to follow the absorbing plot of this exciting, action-packed, surprising, and thrilling read. I was impressed by the plausible, supernatural element, which is associated with scientific experiments related to genetic engineering in a paramilitary organization. I loved the idyllic setting, in a small rural and remote location in New Zealand, in the middle of a severe thunderstorm, which adds to the tension and atmosphere.

All the characters are well-developed so that I cared about what happened to the ‘good’ ones and felt terrified of the ‘evil’ ones. There are some violent scenes, but not more than are necessary to push the plot forward. I liked the way I was challenged to consider that violence could be the only option when ‘good’ and…

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