". . . powerful writing. . . . as skillful as they come at describing a scene and putting the reader in a place in time."
--New York Journal of Books
“From cover to cover, there is not a dull moment in Green Gospel…an accomplished writer has arrived on the scene with a fireball of a novel.”
–ForeWord Book Reviews
“The novel contains hauntingly beautiful passages that read like poetry, and the characters are nuanced and achingly real.”
–Southern Literary Review
“…a tense tale that combines many of the most unseemly elements of Florida.”
–The Independent Weekly
"Brilliant...gorgeous without being showy.... Patches of the novel are written with a solid competance, while other sections are nothing short of stunning."
-American Book Review
"A fine read of ecological concerns and what drives people to take up the cause."
-The Midwest Book Review
"A story so today that the actions that drive it could be online at the Huffington Post right now."
-The Greensboro News & Record
Edie dared to step beyond the acceptable; beyond the law; to the criminal. Still Fiore describes her so that we like her and we are drawn to hope for her success. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nellie Yancey
L.C. Fiore's novel "Green Gospel" is a well wrtten novel of choices made and solutions found. Edie Aberdeen, aka Edie Richards, is living in Florida hidding from the law. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by D. Martinez
L.C. Fiore's novel is first and foremost beautifully written. There is a quiet power to his prose that I found uniquely compelling. Read morePublished on March 26, 2012 by Gretchen Hummel
I have trouble rating this book. I read through almost every book, even if it leaves me somewhat cold. However, I came close to putting this one down. Read morePublished on December 27, 2011 by J Martin Jellinek
I picked up Green Gospel on the recommendation of a friend. 48 hours later - unable to put it down - I finished reading what I hope will be the first of many novels by L.C. Fiore. Read morePublished on June 27, 2011 by Anonymous