First Reviews for The Samaritan

We’re beginning to get some early reviews for Fred Venturini’s The Samaritan, and this one by Reggie T., in particular, seems to sum up reader sentiment:

It’s not for the squeamish, or the faint of heart. But if you are neither of those, don’t miss it! Explicit, furious and sensational …. Tight, impressive writing, and lines and phrases that I suspect will linger for me, all moving a fantastical plot made believable by its humanity. It’s about loss, regret, guilt and loneliness. It’s about the illusion of healing. It’s about hope, when by all rights, there should be none. It’s about giving up and starting over. Regeneration, indeed. If only for the soul.

We’ve got a few ARCs left, so if you’d like one to review, let me know.

 

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