Today is the blog tour for The Gene Wizards by Clare Blanchard. Thank you to Damppebbles Blog Toursfor allowing me to participate today. Check out my review and let me know what you think!
It’s bad enough you’re from a family of rich bankers, without having to deal with secret genetic engineering factories in the Dakotas.
Especially when you wake up one morning after a tab of E and find you’re thinking in Hebrew.
Follow the adventures of the Vanpyre family as they wrestle with the Dark Side of money and power.
“Brilliant, strange, and fantastic…
“Deep…”; “Laugh out loud funny…..”
“If you enjoy more experimental writing styles and brilliant writing …then this is the book for you.” 5 out of 5 stars, by J.S. Menefee, author of the Rephaim: Bloodlines series
The Gene Wizards will be reduced in price from $2.99 to $0.99 until 1st March 2020.
I love Clare Blanchard’s writing so much. It’s unique, and a bit experimental. It isn’t quite what you would expect but works so well for this story. The plot line of this is strange, in a good way too. It takes you places as a reader you’re not expecting to go, which was really impressive to me.
I really loved the unique characters. This was such a strange and fascinating group of people, and as I said earlier, Clare Blanchard‘s writing is impressively distinctive. This includes her ability to create memorable characters.
I really enjoyed The Gene Wizards. I recommend giving it a shot. It’s a unique tale and a lot of fun.
*I received a free copy of this book from damppebbles blog Tours in exchange for an honest review during the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Originally from the North Yorkshire coast in England, Clare Blanchard spent half her lifetime in Czechia in Central Europe, where her books are mainly set. Inspired by noir fiction, her settings are often like another character in the plot. She writes crime mysteries and dark urban fantasy with a historical twist.
Clare loves beautiful landscapes and architecture, cross-country skiing, the wine of South Moravia, and of course Czech beer. When she’s not being literary she knits funky socks.
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