Reborn City: The Third Review

Posted: February 3, 2014 in Novel, Review, Writing
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Reborn City

Today a new review came in for Reborn City, which I’m very happy about (didn’t the three-month anniversary since its publication just pass? Oh yes, here’s the article). The review comes from Michele Kurland, and she gave RC five stars (oh, I love it when people do that), bringing RC‘s average up to a 4.7 out of 5. Her review, entitled I can’t wait for the sequel! (she must have heard about Video Rage), is below:

“This is not a genre I typically delve into, but I took this book on vacation and couldn’t put it down. The plot had me turning pages at quite the clip. The characters were unique and interesting and the imagery had me creating my own visual of what Rami’s interpretation of the future looked like. For first time novelist, Rami Ungar, this was an outstanding showing of talent and commitment to his passion of writing. Looking forward to seeing what he comes up with next!”

Well, how do you feel about a thriller about a serial killer, Michele? Well, there’s more on that later, so if you’re reading this blog, you can tell me then. Oh, and VR has been written. I just need to find the time to edit it a couple of times. Seeing as I have a few projects ahead of that though, VR will have to wait.

But anyway, thanks for reading RC and giving me a review telling me what you think. I always enjoy hearing feedback and I’m looking forward to hearing what other people feel about Reborn City. Speaking of which, if you’re interested in reading RC, you can check it out on Amazon and Smashwords, in paperback and e-book format. And if you do end up reading RC, please let me know what you think. I always enjoy feedback, whether positive or negative.

All for now. Hope to have another blog post out tonight.

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Comments
  1. Therin Knite says:

    Congrats on the review. 🙂

  2. These are coming pretty close together. Are sales good?

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