Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The House of Kane

In this realistic fiction novel, which author Barbara Casey dedicates to various individuals such as her parents, the publication world proves quite complex, with aspiring writer Aislinn March├ínt, former wife of surgeon Robert, getting entangled in the web of publishing. The prologue and main chapters each open with a quotation from individuals of various professions, such as authors Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, not to mention British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. As an aspiring writer himself, this reviewer could definitely relate with Aislinn, given that her writing ideas, such as a girl’s friendship with a dragon, are shot down, and appreciated this intriguing yarn, recommended especially to fledgling authors seeking an insight, even if fictitious, into the world of publishing.

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