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Dimensional Games Paperback – December 8, 2010
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About the Author
Rob Cerio was born at an early age, and has since grown much more hair. He lives in Kenner, Louisiana with his lovely wife Cheri, two adorable stepkids, and one annoying dog named after a giant Japanese monster.
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The plot was solid and engaging. The characters were well rounded. I was drawn into the story right away and had trouble putting the book down. I may fail one of my college courses because of this. Thanks Rob Cerio. Thanks alot.
This has got to be one of the most original books I've read this year. I have to admit, I don't read alot of sci-fi. Other than Ender's Game, I haven't read any this year. Because this was written by one of my old college friends, I definitely had to read it. I noticed it had very few reviews, so to do a small favor for Rob, I had to read it and give it a review.
The storyline is original. The characters are well-written. Being from New Orleans, I loved the fact it was based in and around New Orleans, and it was great seeing my old hometowa the way I remember it in the end.
The book is indie published. I'm not too pleased with the cover, but it fits the book. I did see a few grammar and spelling mistakes that I wish I had bookmarked to point out to the author. There were so few of them that it really didn't detract too much from the book itself.
"But as he stepped forward to intervene, he found his path blocked by an enormous elfin woman with long, silky hair that draped elegantly past the place where rolls of fat concealed where her neck should have been."
And that's in just the first few pages. You can expect more of this quirky, fun writing throughout all of Dimensional Games. A great read, particularly if use the words geek, nerd, or the number 42 to describe yourself.