Reviewer likes The Maze
Trevor Sawler has reviewed The Maze in the latest issue of the Nashwaak Review, vol. 32-33. Among other things the reviewer writes: “Pichon is as real and developed a character as you will find anywhere … both believable and impressive.”
That’s something an author likes to read.
If you’re interested in reading all that Trevor Sawler has to say, below is a link. Go to the bottom of the page on the website and you’ll find the section entitled “Reviews.” The Table of Contents identifies the reviewer as Trevor Sawyer, but his last name is Sawler.
I doubt Trevor Sawler will really purchase extra copies of the book to leave for people in airport lounges, as he states, but I’d like it if he would. I think that novel and its predecessor, Thomas, A Secret Life, would intrigue and please lots of readers if they would come to learn of their existence.