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The Breath by Joel Cornah

Today is the third and final book review for Books on the Hill Publishing Kickstart promotion.

Blurb

The scientist Hala travels to a lost planet civilisation and find it seemingly empty. The old gods of the world may be stirring in the very air she breathes as she searches for answers.

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 978-1-913603-10-6 £5.99
ISBN EB 978-1-913603-11-3 £5.00

The Author

Joel Cornah is an author, journalist, and blogger. He is an editor for The Science-Fiction and Fantasy Network, which has included authors such as Brandon Sanderson, Kameron Hurley, as well as TV stars. He is outspoken about his dyslexia, supporting efforts to spread awareness through talks, articles, and books.

Review

Out of all the three books I read this was one where I left with more questions than answers. It was well paced and from the beginning the action got me, we were thrown in the deep end and I really feel like this has potential to have more released, because it just can’t end there. I need to know more, more about how it all began, who are these Gods (old and new), what’s with all the pipes?

I wanted to delve into the characters and find out what is really going on here. I would really like to see this being developed into a short story series!

It was more than just a sci-fi story, there was a thriller edge, mystery. Very enjoyable read.

Thanks for reading.

Emma-Louise x

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