Werewolves and Brutality Abound!

When I set out to write A Taste of Home, I did it for me. After writing two Gonzo style novels about my own life, I wanted to prove that I could write fiction. I did. I wasn’t necessarily happy with it, but I loved the characters. Then, I had the idea for the sequel Far From Home. This was a labor of love. I built upon my established characters and fleshed them out in a very personal, very real way. Is there a way to truly do this in a werewolf story? Bring realism into a work of pure fiction? Absolutely. Don’t believe me? Read the newest review:

Werewolves and brutality abound!

Far From Home is the continuation of book 1 in the series, Taste of Home. The story was more fluid than the first book with more action and brutality. Once the action really picks up, the book was riveting to me. I could not put it down from that point and finished it. One part of the story was predicable to me, but there were a few twists that I did not see coming. Again, Miller shows us the depths of his imagination and undeniable talent with this continuation of the series.

Far From Home takes place 5 years after the events of Taste of Home. Katie Lieberman is a young woman now with an agenda of her own. She makes the decision to face her destiny head on without the support or knowledge of her father. She quickly realizes she has misjudged her opponent and now must survive in the unfamiliar territory of New York City! See how she handles herself in this next installation of the Home Series.

5/5 Stars, The Voracious Gnome Review

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