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Anne McAneny lives in Virginia with her husband, children, two ferrets and a cat who currently answers to Mythical Flarb, John, and Food. In addition to her three e-books, she has written several screenplays that float through Hollywood on a regular basis.
Anne's latest chick-lit novel, OUR EYES MET OVER CANTALOUPE, features Stuffed Cupcakes and Belgian beer - she really should have called it "Personal Nirvana." Anne loves to hear from readers and is always available with a big old Sharpie to sign e-readers!
on Oct. 29, 2010 :
A well-written paranormal suspense is spoiled by a nonsense resolution. Once the climax was over, I was left wondering "Why didn't...", "Why would...", "How could...", and a bunch of similar questions. The resolution just didn't hold together. I got the impression that this is a revised ending, and it wasn't well thought through.
In addition, the e-book (at least as of the 9/7/2010 edition) forces a particular font, and that font is so light as to be almost illegible on my reader (B&N NOOK). I had to go into the EPUB file and edit it in order to kill the font selection.
Something that might not annoy others as much as it did me: the book uses business paragraphing (no indents, blank line between paragraphs) instead of novel paragraphing (paragraphs indented 1/2", no blank lines between paragraphs except at a section break.)
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Sep. 08, 2010 :
What a great first book! This is a fast paced book that keeps your interest the entire time- no slow parts. The book is primarily a mystery but has a "supernatural" feel to keep you guessing until the end. I (unlike some) like to try to figure out the twist before the end but could not on this one!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on July 26, 2010 :
Anne McAneny's debut novel is a fantastic read! I down loaded this psychic mystery and once I picked it up I could not put it down. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a paranormal mystery and a little romance. What I liked the most about this book is the smart and strong-willed heroine who bravely travels between her past and her future with the help of her long-deceased mother and an old-school detective.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)