Wednesday, May 31, 2006
The Adelaide Advertiser had a review of Heart of the Mirage the other day, written by Scott Moore, which included the following:
"This skilfully written work may be fantasy, but the issues at its heart - political expediency, cultural imperialism and intolerance - are shamefully real."
And it ends:
"Bring on part two."
Nice one. I am very pleased with the reviews of the book so far, and with the feedback from readers, too. It seems to be a story that resonates with those that read it - and what more can an author ask for than that?
Posted by Glenda Larke at 5:58 am