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Warden: Book 1: Wendigo Fever Paperback – April 25, 2013
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It's also hard to get real characterization in that short a work, or to have meaningful personal growth, imo. That being said, I like the author, and he did a decent job with a fairly short work. If you're like me, and like to sink your teeth into a book, then this probably isn't for you. However, please allow me recommend Mr. Hardman's other work currently on Amazon--Sensation: A Superhero Novel. It's about double the length of this one. Link provided below (assuming links work on Amazon, I haven't tried a link in a review). Strong characterization . . . a touch predictable, but overall a solid effort. I havent' done a review of that one (yet), but I'll certainly recommend it here.
I think Mr. Hardman is still a novice writer, but he's showing real promise. I will certainly consider another of his books. If you don't mind a shorter work, you'll probably enjoy Warden as well.
Good luck, Mr. Hardman--I hope you keep writing, sir!
Claudia N. Reynolds
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