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"Christine Horner's futuristic novel will have readers turning pages. The plot is well structured and compelling. Horner's prose is eloquent at times, and she provides creative, realistic-sounding dialects for different characters. Horner's account of the adventures and tribulations of journalist Truby Goodman proves to be a wholly unique and riveting tale. Horner dedicates an ample amount of time to providing detailed backstories for her characters. The well rendered cast will appeal to readers." -- BookLife Prize Critic's Report

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Who is Truby Goodman? Truby personifies the schism between two worlds that is currently playing out on the world stage. In reality, it's the human existential dilemma when you lose sight of your inner compass. The greater the degree of darkness, the greater the suffering not only for the individual, but for humanity collectively. Conversely, as consciousness expands and you let go of self-limiting concepts and ideas, suddenly you see and, more importantly, are open to unlimited possibility. This is the realm of miracles.

What is the schism? Storyline and subplots richly layered, some readers will easily grasp the metaphoric meanings conveyed through Truby's personal challenges that go beyond skin deep to the very core of her being as she wrestles with an identity veiled in subterfuge. Other readers will learn to navigate our changing world along with Truby as the novel series progresses. For those simply interested in good story-telling, Attribution is a dramatic next-generation int'l thriller that will keep you reading into the night, hungry for more.

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