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Mirrors Paperback – October 5, 2017
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About the Author
Jason Yormark is a 20 year marketing and blogging veteran having written for multiple publications and websites over the years. Originally from the northwest suburbs of Chicagoland, Jason moved to the Seattle area and now calls Monroe, WA his home with his wife Molly and two boys Jacob and Justin. MIRRORS is Jason’s first novel to be published with many more to come. To learn more about Jason, the MIRRORS journey and future projects, visit www.jasonyormark.com.
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When you first start getting into the book it can be a little confusing and overwhelming with all the character and plot development that happens, but if you stick through the first few chapters you then will not want to put this book down. Jason has developed a terrific and intriguing story that is SciFi with a unique but thought provoking twist.
Though the book is not very long, it is because it has no filler. The book is still well written enough that you can envision everything needed (and use a bit of your own imagination about the minutiae). I especially like this aspect of it.
I would definitely recommend the book. Although there’s a few tell tale signs this is a self published first book, they don’t change the great story and writing. Rather they are nitpicking things such as mistyped words.