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The Trouble with Tweedle Earns Positive Review from Audiobookreview.com
Calling the audiobook “highly entertaining and delightful,” Audiobookreviewer.com had frabjous things to say about The Trouble with Tweedle (The Curious Case of Mary Ann, Book 2) and its narrator Emily Lawrence.
Check it out here: https://www.audiobookreviewer.com/the-trouble-with-tweedle
The Trouble with Tweedle, The Curious Case of Mary Ann Book 2, Reviewed by Kirkus Reviews
The Trouble with Tweedle, the second book in The Curious Case of Mary Ann series was called “An amusing and touching romp through a wild land of possibilities” by Kirkus Reviews.
Click here to read the full review.
The Curious Case of Mary Ann Reviewed by Lewis Carroll Society Journal
The Curious Case of Mary Ann was honored to receive a favorable review in May 2018’s Lewis Carroll Review, a journal publication of the Lewis Carroll Society.
To read the review, check out pages 17 and 18 of the online journal here: https://issuu.com/frankendodo/docs/lewis_carroll_review_56_may_2018_on
The Curious Case of Mary Ann Reviewed by Kirkus Reviews
Kirkus Reviews calls Jenn Thorson’s Wonderland-inspired humorous fantasy, The Curious Case of Mary Ann, “a demented but internally consistent murder mystery” that “deftly captures Carroll’s absurdity, wordplay and unsettling strangeness.”
To see the whole review, click here: https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/jenn-thorson/curious-case-mary-ann/
There Goes the Galaxy Review on Belinda Y. Hughes Blog
The first There Goes the Galaxy novel got a supernova review from writer/editor and blogger Belinda Y. Hughes.
Check it out: https://belindayhughes.wordpress.com/2015/11/09/book-review-there-goes-the-galaxy-jenn-thorson/
There Goes the Galaxy Gets Cosmic Review on BoingBoing
Don’t miss this stellar review of There Goes the Galaxy by Jason Weisenberger on BoingBoing this month!
There Goes the Galaxy Series Recommended on To Mince Words blog
Blogger Ellen of the To Mince Words sci-fi book blog discusses why it’s important for writers to stay away from Deus Ex Machina in sci-fi plots, and praises both There Goes the Galaxy and The Purloined Number.
You can check out her post here: http://tomincewords.wordpress.com/2014/07/05/dont-deus-ex-machina/
Listen to There Goes the Galaxy and The Purloined Number as Read by the Author
Check out Jenn Thorson’s YouTube channel for audio excerpts of the first two There Goes the Galaxy books, as read by the author. Thrill to her noble attempt at a variety of intriguing and yet questionable accents. Find out how some of those tricky Hyphiz Deltan names are pronounced. And experience alien abduction from the safety of your comfiest desk chair. Subscribe to the channel, to be notified about new sections as they’re added.
Visit the channel and start your audio journey by clicking here.
The Sci-Fi Gene‘s Review of There Goes the Galaxy
Fun and energetic review from the UK’s The Sci-Fi Gene blog, which makes a favorable comparison of There Goes the Galaxy to Douglas Adams’ Hitch-Hiker’s Guide series. And ironically on Towel Day, too.
You can check out the review here: http://sci-fi-gene.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/if-at-first-you-dont-succeed-tryfe.html
Lelia Rose Foreman Reviews There Goes the Galaxy
Writer and sci-fi fan Lelia Rose Foreman turns her keen author’s eye to a review of There Goes the Galaxy, the novel she calls, “a great example of absurdist sf.”
Check out the full review here.