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  • Posted September 30, 2010

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    Excellent Story!

    This is the first book I read written by a male Author and all I have to say is WOW. Stones skipping on water is about reincarnation and I have always had an interest in reincarnation and this book just sparked my interest to the extreme. The author explained everything in detail allowing for your imagination to soar. The way he describes each character in their past lives as well as their current lives is perfect. The dialog was perfect. It did not confuse you with the back and forth stories of each character. As soon as I started reading this book I could not put it down. Chapter after chapter opened with a surprise twist, making you want to continue reading to figure out what was happening.
    The story begins with John. He is a investor who has opened a company that invents pharmaceutical drugs by scientists. Scientist Dr. Bischof is the CEO of GenePharm owned by Mr. Kincade and is the investor of Clearthought. ClearThought has been tested on animals and its on its way to be tested by humans when something goes wrong. Vanessa is a painter, who has one of her paintings being exhibited at an art gallery who is attended by Mr. Kincade. When Vanessa and Mr. Kincade meet sparks fly and Vanessa believes she has met him before.
    I will end it there before I reveal to much. Like I said each chapter in this book opens with a surprise, beginning with the first chapter! I highly recommend this book.

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  • Posted September 28, 2010

    Past Emotions in the Present Tense

    You don't have to believe in reincarnation to enjoy this sexy thriller novel. From start to finish it's an exciting ride through a world of what if. The main characters are people you can relate to even though you may not have their luxury lifestyle -- past or present. Who among us wouldn't want to know about our past lives if there was ClearThought -- the drug which, by human error, makes it possible for two passionate lovers and one demented scientist to experience their past emotions in the present tense? Stones Skipping on Water is the perfect definition of what life is about. Richard Taylor's novel is a fast, fun, fantastical tale that will keep you thinking long after the cover is closed. Read it!

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  • Posted August 9, 2010

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    What an amazing story. Stones Skipping On Water is a another great Richard Taylor read. I had trouble putting it down and once I finished it I couldn't stop thinking about the storyline. I've never read anything quite like this book. Richard Taylor has quite a way with words, and this book proves it. Great Great Great!

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