Review and Blog Tour for Shakespeare Ashes by Chris DeBrie

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Join Chris DeBrie, author of the novel, Shakespeare Ashes (Infinity, June ‘09) , as he virtually tours the blogosphere in November on his first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book Promotion!

Review
DeBrie has written a really smart, funny book that is sure to have readers scrambling to read more from this talented author. I do have to admit that I was a bit thrown at first and had trouble adjusting to the non-capitalization throughout the book, but once I got into the story I discovered that it helped with the flow of the story and characters. This is truly a fun book that is both witty and compelling, with great characters you'll be rooting for til the end!

About the Book

Donna wonders how she can forgive and forget.
Charlene doesn’t quite know what she wants.
Robbie is usually thinking about which honey he plans to bag.
And Erven just does his best to obliterate the world…
Their lives and histories interconnecting, these characters navigate that uncertain time between classrooms and the wide-open world.

About Chris DeBrie

Chris DeBrie was born in North Carolina, creating comics and stories as soon as he could hold a pencil. He wrote the millennial love story As Is as a ninth grader, publishing it a decade later. Selective Focus was the result of those homemade comic screenplays. With Shakespeare Ashes, he pulls the reader into the raw thoughts of four very different characters. DeBrie is a fan of photography, learning languages, and clean water. He lives in Virginia.

Reviews

Chris DeBrie has written a highly-entertaining, fast-paced book for readers. We follow the lives of four individuals through trials and tribulations of finding the right love; addressing gender issues and the all-encompassing racial issues.

The book is somewhat like letters and conversations exchanged between friends. With the elaborate descriptions of the characters readers will feel they know each one individually. The language is completely today’s language that you would hear anyone speak. In his writing he starts each sentence with small letters instead of the usual capital letters, which I found intriguing. I might even compare this to a journal one would write.

Readers will find themselves rooting for each of the characters and disliking other minor characters in the book. From the very first page readers will be captivated by the writing style and language. This book is everything we experience in our daily lives, right down to the elderly lady with an open umbrella and cane trying to maneuver getting on public transportation.

The author has written two other books, neither of which I have had the pleasure of reading. If they are anything like “Shakespeare Ashes”- they are a must read for all. – ReaderViews.com

Thanks to Pump Up Your Book Promotions for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review



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