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Good reviews are hard to get

Astronomicon: Icarus front cover imageSince I published the first Astronomicon novel about three years ago, I’ve consistently found it difficult to get any genuine readers to leave reviews on sites like Amazon and GoodReads.com. Admittedly it’s a mixed blessing as, while no reviews means no good reviews,  it means no bad reviews either.

 

Icarus has had a variety of reviews, so far all very positive:

 

I enjoyed it and easily recommend it to anyone who enjoys SF.”
4/5 stars by Marva on GoodReads.com. (Read full review)

 

 

Overall I enjoyed this book. I recommend it to readers seeking a layered thriller or realistic science-fiction.
by Dave Higgins on Davetopia. (Read full review)

 

 

The last half of the book I read in one sitting as I couldn’t wait to find out how it ended.
5/5 stars by Avid Reader on Amazon.com. (Read full review)

 

 

Obviously I’m still looking to get more reviews, as many as possible in fact, so if you’re interested in reading it and publishing a review, please let me know.


Download science fiction thriller “Astronomicon: Icarus” for just 99c

Astronomicon: Icarus front cover imageGreat news for anyone who hasn’t already benefited from this great offer on Astronomicon: Icarus. The response to the 99c offer I started last year has been so positive that I’ve decided to extend it until the end of this month. So now you can download this sci-fi thriller from Amazon for less than a dollar.

 

Here’s the blurb:

 

The Astronomicon Universe continues to grow with this standalone book telling the story of deep space mining vessel Icarus. Set in 2078, whilst working the Trojan asteroid cloud, Captain Taylor and his small crew discover a mysterious prototype ship drifting in space having suffered a catastrophic failure.

 

Battling the dangers of the asteroid field, the Icarus crew attempt to rescue the survivors of the stricken ship. Meanwhile a vessel from Earth is coming to deal with the damaged prototype but with a conflicting agenda. After unwittingly discovering the bizarre secret of the prototype vessel, the crew of the Icarus end up fighting for their own survival.

 

This addition to the Astronomicon book series will appeal to fans of science fiction and thrillers alike.

 

 

Click here to see Icarus on your local Amazon website.

 


Woohoo another good review on Amazon!

Astronomicon: Icarus front cover imageI have to admit that Astronomicon: Icarus is just about my favourite Astronomicon book, so far anyway. Being a standalone novel, it’s not part of the ongoing series but it is set very much in the same universe. If you haven’t already heard about it, you can find out more here.

 

It’s gathered two reviews on Amazon.com and one on Amazon.co.uk. So far it looks like my US readers love it, but those from here in the UK just think it’s quite good. I am curious as to why that might be. Looks like I need to get more reviews!

 

Amazon US reviewsAmazon UK review.

 

 

 

 


Want to get Astronomicon: The Beginning for free?

Astronomicon: The Beginning - Front Cover

“3 Space craft, 240 colonists, 25 trillion miles and a discovery that changes everything.”

 

Exciting news! As a key part of the big launch event for Astronomicon: The Beginning, the epic first volume of the Astronomicon series, I will be holding two amazing days where the e-book version will be completely free to download from Amazon for all Kindles and compatibles (Android phones/tablets, Windows computers, MacOS computers and iOS devices).
 

The free days will be the 12th and 13th of June. Don’t worry, I will announce it again closer to the dates and again as the event begins. Use the social network links on the left to follow me to make sure you get the announcements! You don’t want to miss out.

 

This is the final release version of the book, re-edited and repolished, featuring extra material and proper content pages. If you have previously downloaded Astronomicon: Voyage of the Elysian or Astronomicon: The Discovery, then you simply have to get this one.

 

To find out much more about Astronomicon: The Beginning click here.