Anne-Rae Vasquez's latest books RESIST, book 2 of the Among Us Trilogy and Imminent - an end of the world conspiracy thriller was released in November of 2014. Doubt, Book 1 of the Among Us Trilogy is a Gold Winner in the Readers' Favorite Book Awards 2014 and was launched at the Raindance Book Festival. Among Us Trilogy is a series about a group of online gamers who band together to investigate who or what is behind the catastrophic events happening around the world.
Her novel Almost a Turkish Soap Opera was adapted into a screenplay and later produced into an award winning feature film and web series and was her directorial debut. Her other works include: Gathering Dust - a collection of poems, Salha's Secrets to Middle Eastern Cooking Cookbook published by AR Publishing Inc. and Teach Yourself Great Web Design in a Week, published by Sams.net (a division of Macmillan Publishing).
Anne-Rae is creator/producer/host of "Fiction Frenzy TV" - a weekly VLog show featuring authors, filmmakers and artists. She also is a freelance journalist for Digital Journal, an online news media site. Her parallel life revolves around being a tech geek who is focused on delivering education in an online environment.
on Oct. 26, 2014 :
A plot of twists and turns.
Maybe my title is inadequate for this review, Honestly I am dumbfounded and can't think of a better title. This book has entertained me well enough to have the privilege of reading through it a second time.
As one of those living in a country where the nights are ruled by soap operas, "tele-seryes", drama shows and TV novels, I very, really, truly appreciate reading something as good as this. It refreshed my mind that every once in a while a good story does go on through the tube.
A nice start, a good mid story and a great ending. Unusually unique and I never thought of the epilogue would be the biggest twist of all. Very, very nice characters and the development of the main ones far exceeds those of other stories. They were built from the ground up to let readers know what really goes on inside their heads and hearts. The story which focused on just one of them (it seems) was a bigger and a much nicer story for all of them. Never had I enjoyed reading something from this genre before in my life of being a book worm. Classically modern, semi-educational, all entertaining and never a bother reading books like this. Truly a wonder. Kudos to the author for writing something as great as this.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)