Dreamshores

Dreamshores

by Mike Robiinson

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781620077931
Publisher: Whampa, LLC
Publication date: 07/25/2016
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

An avid writer since age 7, award-winning author Mike Robinson began selling professionally at 19, placing various speculative fiction stories in magazines, anthologies, e-zines and podcasts.

He is the author of the novels Skunk Ape Semester, The Prince of Earth, The Atheist, the short story collection Too Much Dark Matter, Too Little Gray, the co-author of The Talisman Chronicles #3: Hurakan's Chalice (with Aiden James), and the non-linear trilogy The Enigma of Twilight Falls.

A native of Los Angeles, he edits the magazine "Literary Landscapes," the official publication of The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society (GLAWS). He is also a screenwriter and producer.

His official website can be found at www.mikerobinson-author.com.

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Dreamshores 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
fcheavenly 11 months ago
Overall rating: 4*** So I wasn’t sure about this book but kept reading just to see where it was leading. I am glad I did. This authors writing style is very unique. The storyline is definitely one of a kind in my reading exposure so far. I was guessing that Sierra would find her happy place once her idol took notice of her and launched her rise to fame and fortune. I was given an outcome I didn’t see coming and I am very pleased. Granted the subject matter for me was equal to giving me a crash course on quantum physics but hey, I am a trooper and stuck with it! A great one of a kind read
amartinez87 12 months ago
It was bizarre and imaginative. I’ve never read anything like it and to be honest I’m not really sure what I think of it. It was an interesting concept but it just didn’t grab me.