R.G. Richards writes Fantasy/Paranormal/Romance novels. He was an enthusiastic reader of tales of foreign lands (China, Japan, Hong Kong), most of which were “borrowed” from his father’s private collection—a big James Clavell fan (Noble House, Shogun). These faraway tales provided the fertile ground which produced a rich imagination capable of spinning strange and unique stories of distant lands and people. Outside of reading and writing, he is a beginning swimmer, a gym hater, an avid gardener of Sugar Baby melons, and a lover of jokes. If you know a good one, send it his way.
Ash P Reads
on June 28, 2014 :
Didn't really get the spirit of this book. i'd say it was fast paced but it felt more like fast forward. The plot has potential but the book itself reads like a script and it moves like a really bad low budgeted movie. The characters are interesting enough; crude and chaotic, indulgent and many of loose morals. It could have had more body but just feels hollow. 2 and 1/2 stars from me.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)