Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Donavan: From Michael Bunker's World of "PENNSYLVANIA" by D. K. Cassidy is on pre-release on Amazon.com



I was fortunate enough to have a sneak peak at this wonderful book, Donavan: From Michael Bunker's World of "PENNSYLVANIA" by D. K. Cassidy which is on pre-release on Amazon.com.


In Michael Bunker's “Pennsylvania”, we briefly met Donavan Yoder--a young man divided. Born in the Amish Zone, he was raised to embrace a plain, peaceful life. After he grows up, Donavan becomes an officer with the Transport Authority, the tyrannical government grinding New Pennsylvania under its iron boot. Eventually, his conscience leads him to side with TRACE, the resistance group fighting Transport for the freedom of the entire planet. Donavan has made some tough choices in his life. What ultimately drove him to sympathize with the very rebels he'd fought to subdue?

My Review

Donavan by D.K. Cassidy is a compelling, touching, emotional read. The words on the page drew me in instantly. This boy's tale stirred feelings deep down inside and I read with great vigor.

The author has the keen ability to draw readers in with her realistic dialog and clear writing style.

Would Donavan follow in his parents footsteps? Questions lurked in the background, wishing this young man would follow his own path and go after his dreams though, not all is as it seems as this story develops.

Donavan has an unusual plot line that will suck you in. I loved the suspenseful turns that had me eating this up, wanting more.

I highly recommend adding Donavan to your reading list.

D.K. Cassidy has been scribbling stories since she was a child and loves to write in various genres including Magical Realism, Urban Gothic, Science Fiction, and Literary Fiction. She has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Washington.
D.K. Cassidy lives in the Pacific Northwest with her greatest fans: her husband Mark, twin sons Aidan and Jared, and three cats. When not writing, she loves to travel, run, knit, use the Oxford comma, and of course read!

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