- File Size: 5122 KB
- Print Length: 471 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1944613412
- Publisher: Armonia Publishing (May 7, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 7, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CYM2QYQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,443,066 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Daniel Everhart and the Skylands of Caterra: Guarinot Kindle Edition
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"Seriously fantastic writing!" New York Times best selling author Darynda Jones
"What fun! Fantastic characters, edge-of-your-seat plot, loads of action. Seriously fantastic writing! What more could you ask for? Buy this book!" NYT Bestselling Author Darynda Jones. The Darklight Trilogy and The Charley Davidson Series
A thrilling adventure filled with mystery and delight! Humorous writing and a gripping adventure hooks you from the beginning. Thoroughly entertaining!" Paul Regnier, Author of the Space Drifters Series
Daniel Everhart and the Skylands of Caterra: Guarinot keeps us laughing and guessing as we tumble through this fine coming-of-age sci-fi thriller." Edgar Award Winning Author Charlie Price. The Interrogation of Gabriel James--This text refers to the hardcover edition.
About the Author
Renáe Brumbaugh Green lives in small-town, Texas with her handsome, country-boy husband, her nearly-perfect children, and far too many animals. The most impressive thing about her is that she once almost won a car in a McDon-ald's scratch-off game. But since she didn't scratch off the card until she pulled it from the back of her desk drawer-about two years after the contest ended-there was much weeping and mourning and gnashing of teeth. She's also had a couple of ECPA bestselling books that you've probably never heard of, and she's won some awards for her humor writing. Learn more about Renáe at www.RenáeBrumbaugh.com.
Her artistic ability is too much for words. With each illustration you submitted, we just shook our heads in awe that one person could contain such giftedness. Thank you for sharing your talent with us and with our readers. --This text refers to the hardcover edition.
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One of the paragraphs in Daniel Everhart near the end of chapter 8 struck me as well written. It was the paragraph describing what happened after the rock explosion. I liked the use of the metaphor, “After what feels longer than back-to-back English classes” to really show how long it felt. There is also good detail when describing the mountain after the explosion, with the “halo of swirling light.” I just found this paragraph to be very descriptive and very nice to read.
Near the middle of the book, there is a sentence describing his chair as being an “electric chair.” In the next sentence, there are bunches of clever electricity based puns like “not a shocker.” I love puns and clever wordplay in the use of literature so of course this small portion of the story stood out to me quite a bit. Needless to say, reading this was an “electrifying” experience and I hope more things are written like that in the future.
I like more of the writing closer to the end of the book because of the amount of detail put into it. The descriptive writing gave the reader a real sense of the visuals taking place, including how it describes a mysterious person found in the book very well. Reading it gave me a good idea of what this person looked like. From other details earlier in the book, I was able to see the surroundings as well. I always like this kind of detail in books because it is extremely important for an author to give the reader a good idea of the characters and the environments in the story.
I was lucky enough to meet the author, she is wonderful and I cannot wait to read more of her books. Griffin T.