Paul Brazill's eagerly anticipated Drunk on the Moon series of e-books kicked off earlier than anticipated, hitting the stores yesterday - and it's already racing up the Amazon charts. The first in the series, written by Paul himself, is a humdinger of an opener, introducing werewolf PI Roman Dalton and the mean streets he prowls. Paul's writing always packs a punch and DotM is no exception. Grab a copy and see for yourself - it's well worth the meagre 71p/99c it costs.

 

Review:

As anyone who is familiar with Paul Brazill's writing knows, he has a certain style. Prose, dialogue, plot, characterisation - all combine to make for a memorable reading experience. And Drunk on the Moon is no exception. Werewolf PI Roman Dalton is a classic creation and in DotM he grabs you by the throat and drags you through the mean streets he prowls, not letting go until the tale is told. Then, while you're gathering your wits and wondering where the hell you are, he sits at the bar sipping whiskey ... until the next adventure.

This is a brilliant start to what promises to be a terrific series. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I'm very much looking forward to seeing how the stories develop. Don't miss out!

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Comment by Benjamin Sobieck on July 7, 2011 at 11:29pm
I'm signed up to collaborate with PDB on this series. Cannot wait to do it.

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