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Moriah Jovan writes what her imaginary friends tell her to write. Thus far, they have shown up in the novels The Proviso, Stay, and Magdalene, published by B10 Mediaworx, and will, most likely, continue to order her around until she hits on the right drug and dosage. Fortunately, her husband is very understanding of all the other people in her life and her children have no need of their own imaginary friends since they know all of mommy’s. Moriah has a bachelor’s in creative writing and journalism from the University of Missouri at Kansas City, and in 2011, she was a panelist at the Writer’s Digest conference and the Sunstone Symposium. She is a flagrant manufacturer and dealer of the meth known as “ebooks.”
on Oct. 09, 2013 :
I have to admit, I disliked one of the main character nemesis of the story right away, because I foolishly saw her and her crew as predictable. I even saw Justice as weak, although I appreciate good values. What I realized was the fact that they got under my skin, made them that much more believable. Justice turns out to be a stronger female than I imagined. I found myself routing for her and Knox, in spite of the obstacles.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on June 10, 2009 :
I stayed up 'till 6am two nights in a row to finish this book ... it's been a lookng time since I've done that. Although I don't share the characters' philosophical or religious beliefs for the most part, their personalities sucked me in and totally won me over. I'm looking forward the the next book in the series a great deal, even if some if the most fascinating character flaws were resolved in this one... Getting to know more of the people in Moriah Jovan's immersive universe is going to be fun!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)