For those who enjoy a lot of philosophising about war and injustice and the meaning of life in a bleak steampunkish setting with plenty of high-casualty battles and explosions, this is the book for you...certainly an interesting tale, unusual and completely unpredictable." Pauline M Ross,
Fantasy Review Barn"...you'll probably be too busy enjoying the ride to care which category you will find it under at Amazon. The novel is well-written, the language easy on the eye and paced rather nicely... a setting that will satisfy most genre readers."
M.G. Mason, Sweat, Tears and Digital Ink"...an atmospheric setting, and a compelling narrative with well-created characters. Worth reading." Simon Quindlag, Amazon reader review.
"Wixon's day is a dope book. I don't read many books but I read this one all right. He's created a totally believable world that you get lost in. "The cat can write," I told my mum."
My mate Chris, on an Amazon review.
From the Author
Wixon's Day is a slow-burning novel, with a uniquely disengaged central character. I appreciate it won't be for everyone; the post-apocalyptic theme, the steampunk setting and the overall adventure plot are but part of what makes it - the musing apathy of Marquos and his attempts to find something to believe in are the true drivers of the story.
It's a grim world with a brooding tale, and thanks to the ambiguous nature of the main character's motives it's open to interpretation.