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About the Author

D. G. Speirs is a writer and adventurer living in Florida. Born in New York, raised in California, he’s been a traveler all his life. A former sailor, he was once the top graduate from the Navy’s toughest enlisted school. But he can’t talk much about that. He’s also enjoyed a long career as an entertainer on stage and screen, and still occasionally sings and dances in places, including work as a comedian doing both sketch and improv and working as a celebrity impersonator of another famous author. He’s a fan of local theme parks, especially one housing a friendly rodent population, and visits them regularly to watch the people go by. He’s also an aficionado of all sorts of television animation and believes that a Saturday morning watching shows with a bowl of Cap’n Crunch still sounds like a pretty good way to start the weekend. There’s a special place in his heart for the Disney Afternoon… He has two beautiful daughters, a cat with a foot fetish named Houdini, and a palm tree named Curtis Jackson. Not bad for a beach bum writer. To find out more about future books and appearances by Mr. Speirs, visit his website, www.dgspeirs.com. You can also follow him on Twitter (@DGSpeirs), Facebook, and Goodreads.

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  • File Size: 994 KB
  • Print Length: 468 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Perfect Impressions (September 16, 2012)
  • Publication Date: September 16, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009G7BQJ2
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D. G. Speirs (1961- ) is a writer and adventurer living in Florida. Born in New York, raised in California, he's been a traveler all his life. A former sailor, he was once the top graduate from the Navy's toughest enlisted school. But he can't talk much about that.

He's also enjoyed a long career as an entertainer on stage and screen, and still occasionally sings and dances in places, including work as a comedian doing both sketch and improv and working as a celebrity impersonator of another famous author.

He's a fan of local theme parks, especially one housing a friendly rodent population, and visits them regularly to watch the people go by. He's also an aficionado of all sorts of television animation and believes that a Saturday morning watching shows with a bowl of Cap'n Crunch still sounds like a pretty good way to start the weekend. There's a special place in his heart for the Disney Afternoon...

He has two beautiful daughters, a cat with a foot fetish named Houdini, and a palm tree named Curtis Jackson. Not bad for a beach bum writer.

To find out more about future books and appearances by Mr. Speirs, visit his website, www.dgspeirs.com. You can also follow him on Twitter (@DGSpeirs), Facebook, and Goodreads.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Candace Weber on September 17, 2013
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This was a fun read, almost like a comic book. Characters are like superheros who don't know their own strength nor where they got their powers from. Good characters are very good and likeable, evil ones are very evil. Nice techy elements without going too far above average reader's head. Some of the description goes a bit too far, almost lost me in first chapter with too much detail about skydiving.

The other thing that almost lost me was the frequent errors in grammar, words (probably due to cut/paste), point of view, and other writing oopses that could be avoided by finding a real editor (spellcheck is not enough). I suggest a site called GeneralWritingServices.com, which is the least expensive and best quality I've found on these types of services.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. Lewis on January 20, 2013
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I wanted to like this book more than I actually did. In fact, I was confused, bored, worn out and impatient from early on, and became more so the more I read. I don't think I made it to the half-way point. I not sure if it was over-written or poorly written, but there wasn't a whole lot of suspense or emotion in this "high tech suspense, sci-fi novel". I kept feeling bogged down. Too many hi tech gadgets, awkward transitions about the timing of the plan and awkward jumping between time periods, and way too much, really excrutiating, but not easily understandable detail. Too much stopped me in my tracks and sent me right OUT OF the story, breaking the pace. There also was too little clarity about the mission. The writing kept sending me OUT of the suspense. And the villain seemed to appear in difrerent time periods and locations and to different people - (if I understood it correctly). I just found it too complicated! It gave me a headache. Much of what I did read was forgetable - in that I kept forgeting the details, like who the characters were and people, issues, events were being referred back to. There weren't many appeapling characters. Even regarding the two main characters, young man and young woman, seemed too immature and too inflexible. Finally, I just didn't feel it was well-written or, really, interesting.

I ended up feeling perhaps it was written for a younger readers; not for this senior citizen.

Better luck next time.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Bob on December 29, 2012
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Book had promise, but a little too detail at times. The extra detail tended to be a distraction and slowed the action sequences. Overall not a bad first novel.
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jaframan on November 14, 2012
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I found Triangle: False Mirror to be engaging and very entertaining. As I read, I was quickly drawn into the story - eagerly anticipating what each new chapter would bring.
Also, I greatly appreciate the absence of "adult" content that would have detracted from the experience, and have recommended the novel to my friends and family.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 19, 2012
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Was this the best book I've ever read...no. But it was grossly entertaining and right now the price can't be beat: free. Having read the book I can say it is definitely worth the full price of $2.99. I too greatly enjoyed the constraint of expletives and overly descriptive violence. It can be tough to find that in this genre outside of the young adult section. The action was fast paced and character development on par with some of the big name authors out there. I definitely looked forward to each reading session and at no point became bored with the story.

While there might have been a few holes or underdeveloped areas, these were very minor and did not take away from the overall storyline in my opinion. Again, this book was free and on that basis I couldn't be more impressed, hence the 5 star rating. I will definitely be following this author and be in line to purchase future installments once they hit the market. Well done and keep up the good work.
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I'm a fan of superhero and action-oriented books. Triangle: False Mirror delivers a fast-paced sci fi action-adventure with lots of character development. It's a superhero story that questions friendship, trust, love, revenge, and betrayal. I think both adult and young adult readers could enjoy it, though there might be some mature themes for younger readers.

I liked Steve immensely, and I thought his character was the most consistent. His superpower is awesome. I've seen kinda similar powers in other stories, but nothing exactly like it. I thought it made the story work well from his point of view, and I kinda wished the whole book was from his viewpoint. Amy, on the other hand, kinda annoyed me, and I admit I didn't really root for her. I think it could have worked better if the book stayed in Steve's POV, because you could attribute it to just what Steve saw, but I found her more shallow than Steve saw her for much of the book. I didn't really understand her anger toward Steve, even having gone through the terror that she did. The opposition played an interesting part, though I thought could have been developed further. It's hard to say more about that without giving anything away.

The plotting is solid and logical. The story made sense, and I thought it was believable. I thought the organization that recruited Steve and Amy was written well, and I liked that there was much less black and white than in other books I've read about superheroes. This was perhaps my favorite part of the book. I found the description tedious at points, especially in action scenes where it slowed the pace down considerably. Sometimes there was a little too much technical speak, and I thought much of it was unnecessary, though it's less technical that some other sci fi I have read.
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