Book Review by Award winning Ayrshire author, Gail McPartland

 

In this month's blog, award winning Ayrshire author, Gail McPartland had written a review of  
The Dalliances of Monsieur D'Haricot, by yours truly.




                                                             

A secret operation in 1930's Paris functioning beneath the surface brings a whole new meaning to the underground.                                                                              
If you like steampunk, fantasy, science fiction, and a little bit of history then this book is for you. Coupled with humourous lines throughout, this book is a must read. Magic biscuits, melting characters, a talking crab - Marina, who has to be my favourite, the whole story is totally bizarre. A secret operation in 1930's Paris functioning beneath the surface brings a whole new meaning to the underground. The weirdest modes of transport - the trans reality interface connector, sparks the imagination.This book is completly bonkers and will leave you wondering what the hell is going on but won't let you put it down until all is revealed.
  

Gail is the author of Code998-Prisoner, a chilling account of life in a Nazi concentration camp, available on Amazon.







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