Monday, July 25, 2011

Blog Tour: Fezariu's Epiphany by David M. Brown (Review)

The Virtual Book Tour is being presented by Bewitching Book Tours.
You can get to the entire tour schedule by clicking HERE.
You can buy your own copy of this book HERE.
Welcome to my stop on the tour!
Today I am pleased to feature David M. Brown's
Fezariu's Epiphany!

Book Blurb: 

"The White Oak, Clarendon’s oldest brothel, lured and destroyed men by the thousands. Fezariu was different. He had never been drawn by the White Oak’s vices but the brothel had still ruined him when he was just a boy. 

Salvation came in the form of the Merelax Mercenaries – Elenchera’s most prestigious hired hands. They gave Fezariu the chance to escape from his past. Immersed in the world of dangerous assignments in the colonies Fezariu longed to forget everything about his childhood but only in facing the past would he 

ever be free of it."

Author bio: 

"David Brown was born in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, and first conceived the idea of the Elencheran Chronicles at college in 1999. He spent ten years compiling the history of Elenchera, resulting in 47,000+ years of events, 500+ maps, 2000+ pages, several short stories and many much-needed acquaintances with Jack Daniels.

David also has a blog, The World According to Dave (, which features reviews, stories and dramatic tales of the horrors of owning cats.

David now lives in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, with his wife, Donna, and their six cats.
Fezariu's Epiphany is his first novel."

David's Twitter profile:
My Thoughts:
     This story is remarkably well written.  The language is descriptive.  The story flows smoothly at just the right pace to keep the reader interested and awaiting what will be on the next page.  
     The characters have been carefully crafted and possess their own individual querks.
     My heart goes out to Jessamine for the choices life gives her and bleeds for Fezariu as life continues to throw him curves.  
Be sure to check this one out and journey with Fezariu as he attempts to discover his past, his present, and his future.

1 comment:

David M. Brown said...

Thanks for your post - a lovely end to a great blog tour! Thank you also for your kind review. It's good to see that Jessamine does receive some sympathy: her decisions are never easy ones.

Thanks again