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Net Switch Paperback – March 19, 2014
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About the Author
Denise Baer is a native of the South Side of Chicago, Illinois. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English from DePaul University. She is the author of a collection of poetry, Sipping a Mix of Verse, comprised of traditional form and free verse, and a women's fiction novel, Fogged Up Fairy Tale. Denise currently resides in Germany with her husband and four-legged baby, Shakespeare, learning German and working on her next project. Please visit Denise Baer at her website - www.authordenisebaer.com
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In short, this story travels the galaxy of raw interacting events to a total unsuspected shocking conclusion.
I decided to purchase and download Denise's book 'Net Switch' and to write a review as 'pay forward'.
When I began to read the book - honestly it was a little different from the books I normally read and initially had issues of 'getting a hold of what was happening'. Eventually the storyline began to focus on a character Sydney, whose initial experience in a chat room took me on a journey of intrigue and wonderment.
From that moment onward I couldn't put the book down. From one disturbing story to another forced me to continue reading to see what was going to happen next. Denise has captured imagination as a writer. She used journal enteries to tell the story of a person's life and used her writing craft to keep the reader clicking their e-reader button to go to the next page.
The story has so many twists and turns, I needed to keep reading late into the night wanting to know 'what happened next'. I couldn't sleep until I knew what happened in the story. It actually took over my life. Today I completed the book.
Denise, I must say you did a terrific job in writing this book. Not only would it have taken much research but determination to 'get the story right'. I commend you on a great story with a finish to leave this reader with a feeling of relief to know I was satisfied and it will remain in my memory for some time.