The Dome City Paperback – Large Print, August 26, 2020
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- Paperback : 252 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1731228856
- ISBN-13 : 978-1731228857
- Item Weight : 13.3 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.63 x 9 inches
- Publisher : Independently published (August 26, 2020)
- Language: : English
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I will have to say the editing does leave a great deal to be desired, however looking past the nuts and bolts to the actual core of the story here. There is some great literary gold to be had here. In the vein of Xanth yet a great deal perhaps darker as well as a great dose of what I considered to be some H.P. Lovecraftian inspiration and influence. Mainly the “Shadow out of Time”. Which perhaps makes me a bit partial to this story as that is my absolute favorite Lovecraftian story. While this might not venture into that “cosmic horror” as that story does, The Dome City certainly has superb social, religious, and mental commentary to make. Not as in the same arguments as “The Shadow out of Time” but as a lens to see the world through. Both narratives take the reader on a wonderful ride and adventure to reconsider their world. I will have to say I recommend “The Dome City” by Nichole Haines to anyone that is willing to actively read the story.
Note to author - you might want to prepare a short summary/blurb instead of the first few pages in the book to put on the product page so potential readers have an idea what your adventure is about. Since Amazon already offers "Look Inside" so customers can start reading the beginning themselves without them committing to purchasing, this gives you one more tool to potentially hook a reader into picking it up. Also, even if you don't take my advice, you might want to take a couple of minutes to edit the current blurb you have since the format falls apart near the end.
Do I believe some of the information presented in this book. I absolutely do. For me, many a true word is spoken in a joke, many a deceiving lie is spoken with a smiling face and many of a false intent is made to look like truth.
Just take a look at the main stream Media, big tech and even The FDC.
But this is bigger than that, this is biblical.
Some may not like it, some may even hate it, But none can dismiss it, at least not truthfully.
A book that should wake us up because the coffee is tainted.