I thought for this, I might share my favorite reader comments and why I love them.
“Henry combines excellent research and writing talent as she builds a story that includes lots of action, adventure, and intrigue along with bits of romance and the inner workings of bureaucracies.” – I pride myself on my research.
“Suspenseful, exciting, well-written, this book will keep you in the edge of your seat. I couldn’t out it down and found myself reading well into the wee hours. It is full of interesting tidbits of history, along with spy adventures and romance. Would make an excellent film.” – how cool would that be?
“I loved this book! The time period isn’t usually my favorite, but as an ex-Army nurse myself, that aspect pulled at me. I was immediately impressed by the creative way the author added in the war snippets.” – research again! Different book.
“Yes, it’s historical fiction, but don’t let that stop you. You’ll likely enjoy it even if history was that mid-day class you used to catch up on Spanish homework and naps.” – laughing, I think this reader used her crystal ball to spy on me in high school…LOL…and yes I later majored in history. All it takes is one good teacher.
I think my all time favorite is this one, full disclosure, it’s from my nephew, age 13(when he wrote this)…
“I just wanted to let you know that I got a kindle for my graduation this year, and I hooked it up to my family account. I was scrolling through the my books section and I found your book, scripting the truth. This was yesterday. As of this morning at 6, I haven’t been able to put my kindle down. I’m on chapter 36, 73% through the book. It is truly a work of art, and I’m sad not a lot of people know about it. ”
Makes me cry every time I read it.