I follow Jaye and Anita’s blog regularly and today I was delighted to find a review of my novel. The best review for an author is when the reader really ‘gets’ their novel and enjoys it.
In the early years of the Twenty First Century, widow Susan Dexter has more to worry about than the recession. For thirty years she has kept a secret; she is not sure if her daughter is human. New events lead her to other people who need to find the truth.
How do ordinary people cope with the extraordinary?
Mystery, music and medicine are at the heart of this family saga; sub plots are woven amongst several very different love stories, as the characters question what it is to be human and what is reality.
What an opening!
Spaceships, encounters and strange goings-on, all so much more interesting than the film with the similar name and as I read this story, I couldn’t help wondering how I would cope in similar circumstances.
Right back at the beginning of her marriage, Susan longed to be a mother, but it…
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2 thoughts on “Our Review of Brief Encounters of the Third Kind by Janet Gogerty #Science & Contemporary Fiction @ytregog”
Fabulous, Janet, going over to finish reading.
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I really enjoyed reading Brief Encounters, and love that you liked our review!
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