Mr. Ritcheyhas woven a tangled web and I am not sure what to expect next. I do know that I will be anxiously awaiting the next addition of this story.
--Big Al's Booksand Pals Book Reviews
The story has everything you need; lots of action, adventure and intrigue, leaving the reader eager to turn the pages. The author's excellent writing skills have put together a satisfying tale with great characters, a setting that tweaks the imagination, and dialogue that is suitable for the story line. While billed as young adult sci-fi, any lover of the science fiction genre will certainly find it enjoyable. Nicely done. I liked it a lot.
--Readers' Favorite (Five-Star Review)
It's greatto see another, different take on an apocalyptic scenario: one that takes'woman power' to a whole new level, leaving them in charge and in defiance of some of the concepts and options in their new world. Dandelion Iron is a compelling read because of these powerful women and their different quests through a rugged, semi-familiar Western territory,making for a highly recommended pick for any who enjoy stories of survival against all odds.
--D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review
One should grab a duster, sixshooter, and spurs before venturing into this creatively crafted steampunk tale of sibling rivalry, loyalty, and long odds...saddle up and settle in for an adventure of a life time!
--InD'Tale Magazine (Elite Review)
About the Author
Aaron Michael Ritchey is the author of The Never Prayer, Long Live the Suicide King, and Elizabeth’s Midnight. He was born on a cold and snowy September day in Denver, Colorado, and while he’s lived and travelled all over the world, he’s a child of the American West. Sagebrush makes him homesick. While he pines for Paris, he still lives in Colorado with his cactus flower of a wife and two stormy daughters.