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Edward J. Coburn is a computer programmer and a long-time writer. He began his writing career while teaching college when he started writing textbooks. Now, with many textbooks to his credit, he began seriously writing fiction in about 1996. His first book, Order of the White Feather: The sword of Dalamar may be purchased at Smashwords along with his latest book The Last Killer Standing. He is now writing a new alphabetical series of books beginning with The Dog Who Ate The Airplane: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 1. The Dog Who Ate The Burglar: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 2 was released in November 2012 and The Dog Who Ate The Crossbow: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 3 was released December 2012. The Dog Who Ate The Drawing: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 4 was released April 2014, The Dog Who Age The Elephant: An Adam And Bagel Mystery Book 5 was released September 2013 and the short story Bagel Helps Find Robin Hood was also released September 2013. My new wizard book Aaron Franks and Black-Hearted Boragon was released January 2014.
on May 11, 2012 :
This was a story like many fantasy stories with not much new, but the author was able to tell it with strong enough characters to keep the story interesting and keep me turning the pages long into the night. Although this story reached a logical conclusion, I can see easily how the characters could be woven into many other stories and I hope that Coburn chooses to write more. It would be a real shame if he doesn’t.
(review of free book)
on May 04, 2012 :
I love fantasy books but find that in so many of them the plot is transparent and the characters flat. Not true of this one. The plot is a bit transparent but it was fun anyway. The characters are well developed and multi-dimensional and the story was generally well written and hard to put down. I loved the Harry Potter books as everyone did, but I like the interesting way this author gave the characters powers rather than giving them a magic wand like Harry Potter. I know it’s not a completely unique approach, but I liked the way this author handled it. I must say I’m disappointed that there aren’t other fantasy books by him though I certainly hope there will be in the future. I will watch for them and read them whether they are follow-ons to this one or completely different story lines.
(review of free book)