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06 November 2009 ~ 4 Comments

Red Gold Bridge — a review from Genre Reviews

Genre Reviews has posted a review of Red Gold Bridge. I am very pleased that the reviewer wrote a detailed review with thoughtful criticism, even if it’s not completely positive.  Here are some excerpts: This is one of those stories where each major character has their own storyline, which gradually begin to intermingle as the […]

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28 September 2009 ~ 0 Comments

New review of Red Gold Bridge

From Patricia’s Vampire Notes comes this review of Red Gold Bridge: This was a fascinating tale straddling two worlds that switched from character to character so flawlessly that it was barely a blip on the radar. Wonderful, flawed characters, awesome settings and a great storyline make for a story not to be missed. I didn’t […]

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30 August 2009 ~ 1 Comment

New review from Fresh Fiction

 From FreshFiction.com: The RED GOLD BRIDGE by Patrice Sarath is written as the conclusion to GORDATH WOOD. It ties up the story very nicely, the multiple point of views work well with each other, and has a piercing plot. Although I recommend reading the first book, GORDATH WOOD, to fully enjoy this novel, RED GOLD […]

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