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The Secret Resort of Nostalgia

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a dark mystery and I look forward to more from this author.

I thought this was good. I think the author has written this really well, as I was tense throughout and was intrigued by the secrets and mystery of the Island. I liked all the characters and was especially invested in the Earl's story. I love books set in Ireland and thought this was the best place setting for this novel, for it having remote places which are dark and creepy.

Kath Jolly

What an interesting concept!

What an interesting concept! I found the whole experiment fascinating, from where and how it took place, to the people involved and the deception required to carry it out. Strangely I could imagine something like this happening in real life but not sure I would want to be involved!

The characters were all very believable, the way some became part of the cult-like community, whilst the few outsiders who entered doubted the whole thing and had to find out the truth. I liked the love interest which helped to pull the whole novel together and how going back after was so different.

Glenda Worth

This is a superb book and one of the few books that comes along once in a while that really takes the reader’s attention and holds it from the first page to the last. This books falls into many genres and will appeal to a wide variety of readers be it, thriller, suspense, horror and so forth, which ever category the reader has as a favourite this is a book that is definitely sure to please the reader.

This is a superb book and one of the few books that comes along once in a while that really takes the reader’s attention and holds it from the first page to the last. This books falls into many genres and will appeal to a wide variety of readers be it, thriller, suspense, horror and so forth, which ever category the reader has as a favourite this is a book that is definitely sure to please the reader. The book itself is set within Ireland and relates what happens to Mike Denning who has recently arrived on a remote island. He loves the place but there is something not quite right about where he is now living in that the remote island on which he is now living has been divided by a fence and is more or less cut off from the mainland.

Catherine Bryce