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The House on the Old Cliff by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Today I have my first review for one of the books included in the Kickstarter post I shared yesterday from Books on the Hill Publishing.

Blurb

A collection of desperate investigators are unleashed on a mysterious disappearance, by a lawyer working for clients who care little about the quarry’s fate and more for their own interests.

Marketing and USP

✦ Dyslexic friendly.
✦ Perfect quick read when traveling.
✦ To be featured trade Magazines and will have active press coverage from BBC Points West.
✦ Publisher himself is dyslexic.

ISBN PB 978-1-913603-04-5 £5.99
ISBN EB 978-1-913603-05-2 £5.00

The Author

Adrian is an award wining British fantasy and science fiction author. He won the 2016: Arthur C. Clarke Award for “Children of Time” and in 2017 won the British Fantasy Award — Best fantasy novel for “The Tiger and the Wolf”.

Contact Details

Dr. Alistair Sims
Tel. 01275 873647
booksonthehill@gmail.com
http://www.booksonthehill.co.uk

My Review

The House on the Old Cliff was a great little story. It didn’t take long to read as it is a short story but it didn’t make it any less captivating. I would actually like to see this as a full size novel as I found myself with questions once I had read it.

I really enjoyed the plot, the mystery and uniqueness to the disappearance of Hendry. The characters were an interesting bunch and I would enjoy reading a little more of the backstory to them, especially Shaw.

This book doesn’t have chapters within it but there are story breaks, given the length of it though I didn’t find I missed the chapter break.

I would definitely recommend this book to others.

Thanks for reading and I will be back tomorrow with another review.

Emma-Louise

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