The Midwest Book Review sent the company the tear sheet of the Katherine Boyer review of Aldric & Anneliese. This is the second review posted in their online book review magazine "Reviewer's Bookwatch."
Anyone can send two copies of his/her book to The Midwest Book Review, along with a media kit, and any good book will be reviewed and posted online.
Now, for a sample of Katherine Boyer's review:
Harry E. Gilleland, Jr. has written a thrilling novel set in the 6th century titled Aldric & Anneliese. This book depicts 6th century Eastern Europe when chivalrous knights abounded and ladies supported them. It was a lawless age where barbarian tribes traveled the countryside killing and plundering as romances flourished and knights fought wars with honor.
Aldric is raised with Edmund who was to become king of the unified regions. Unfortunately, Edmund's life ended soon after he became king ... After Aldric recovers from the wounds he received in the same battle, he sets out to avenge the death of his friend and king.
Boyer ends the review with the following:
I found this book to be a "page turner" that will entice several age groups. I hope Mr. Gilleland will follow Aldric ...
The only thing I would have liked to see, or not see, would be for the reviewer not to reveal details that spoil the book for others to read. Somethings need to be found only when the book is read.