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Length: 391 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Return to Paradise: The Coming Home Series - Book 1 by Barbara Cameron
"Return to Paradise" by Barbara Cameron
Barbara Cameron launches The Coming Home Series with Return to Paradise. David leaves his Amish community to escape an overly stern, abusive father, also leaving behind his fiance', Lavina. Forgiveness is the lesson for everyone when David's father is diagnosed with cancer. Will David return and make peace with his father and the woman he abandoned? Learn more | See author page

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  • File Size: 793 KB
  • Print Length: 391 pages
  • Publication Date: March 30, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004UMF6VW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,329,174 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Guerrilla Novelist, Casper Parks is considered a "must read author" for today's generation. He uses science fiction to explore the possibilities of reality past, present and future. His readership spans numerous nations. He worked in the music industry for 20 years and has worked as an actor and radio announcer.

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This novel is engaging. The characters are well thought out and draw the reader into their reality. The numerous grammatical errors, errors in word usage, and spelling prevent me from rating it higher. Errors in the written word should never jolt the reader out if the narrative flow.
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By whawk on January 22, 2014
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Without the rest of the story I'm left again by an author not wanting to finish what they start. I would give this book a good review but grammar, mis-spelled words and cut off words at sentence ends, prevent me. Frustrated!
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I didn't make it through the first chapter of this book. I should have paid more attention to the 3-star and the 2-star reviews.

That's too bad. The 5-star reviews make it sound as though there might be an interesting story in it.

But the English usage in this thing makes it practically unreadable. I can't get into the flow of the story at all when I'm thinking about grammar, sound-alike spelling errors and mangled idioms in every other sentence. I have the impression this author isn't much of a reader.

This book isn't even close to ready for an editor. What it needs first is a good usage-smart spell checking and then a good proofreading. After that, call in an editor.

Save your money and, more importantly, your time.
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Although the story seemed intriguing, I could not stand to read too far into this book because of the numerous (and egregious) errors in spelling, grammar, and mechanics.
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Having known Casper Parks for some years and having had the privilege to read some of his earlier works in-progress, I'm not at all surprised at his ability to key a great piece of literature -but I am greatly impressed. In this special rough-draft edition Perceptional Threshold delivers all of the right elements essential to good enjoyable fiction. Parks' work doesn't present itself as a debut novel, but rather as the efforts of an old hand and authority unique in presenting this fascinating look at the dimensional realities surrounding us in a cosmic forward roll of cause and affect. What part the "Fallen Ones" play in our physical world and to what extent they affect our day-to-day lives is a matter of each reader's personal perception, and I expect that is exactly what the author had in mind when he set this work in motion. I sense a sequel.
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