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Artificial Gods (Night’s Dream #3) by Thomm Quackenbush Review

14 May

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

Artificial Gods( Night’s Dream #3)

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Jasmine Woods looks forward to a calm summer at home in a small town in upstate New York. On her first night there, she witnesses an object in the sky she cannot identify. Though she is perfectly willing to brush it off as swamp gas reflected off Venus, two men arrive at her door the next day to harass her into silence.

 

 

 

 My Review:

Great book. I couldn’t put it down. It has some great twists and turns. The characters that Thomm created are great.  We are introduced to Jasmine. She is trying to figure out how things around her got so out of hand in the blink of an eye. She, her sister, and a friend all go on an adventure to discover if what they saw was real. Jasmine learns along the way not everyone are what they seem to be. She has to decide who she can trust and whether or not they are telling the truth about certain situations that are happening. If you love novels that involve Aliens, and UFOs then you need to add this one to your TBR list. I look forward to reading more books by Thomm.

Author Bio

Thomm Quackenbush is a novelist, essayist, and teacher in the Hudson Valley. He has been previously published by Cave Drawing Ink, The Journal of Cartoon Over-Analysis, Broken City, and Paragon Press. He is the webmaster of http://xenex.org, where is posts his writing. He hardly ever touches ghosts anymore, despite what his books may insist.

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