PRLog - Feb. 10, 2012 - FREMONT, Calif. -- Leap Year is upon us, and with it a paltry extra twenty four hours. While most fiction readers rarely find time to log a book review or rating on Barnes & Noble or Amazon or the iBookstore, preferring instead to consume the next contemporary masterpiece or timeless classic with the little free leisure they have, the real truth of social trends can be seen in the sales growth ramps of titles that have all the right stuff. "The best reviews are the private recommendations,"
ARCHANGEL by Michael Vorhis
The publisher says ARCHANGEL owes its impressive climb to a universally intriguing plot, deft literary execution, and "a hero who inspires." Noted author and publisher Emily Hill of A.V.Harrison Publishing commented last year, "Vorhis more than holds his own. He has style...the presence, and skill, to stir in the most three dimensional characters any debut novelist has a right to claim." Author Robert DeCoteau describes the work as, "a class five hurricane...sheer storytelling genius...takes fiction from good to great." Readers have even said the debut novel has rekindled their interest in fiction.
Who doesn't it grab?
"Oh, there's probably a bottom one percent who can't let a story creep up on them...who just scan for exploding cars or steamy scenes and don't let details unfold in a hypnotic, suspense-building pace. You do have to be able to do your part and absorb a tale. But most readers are sharp--most want to nobly fulfill their half of the author-reader partnership. And the great majority have been excited about ARCHANGEL. They replay it in their minds, even weeks later asking me for special insights into characters and such. No story can be written for everyone...but it's good to know this one speaks to so many." And as he has observed in the past, "Smart readers want to be tantalized with great suspense, the undercurrent of forbidden romance, beauty, heroic deeds...it all gets the pulse going, it all thrills the soul."
Leap Year provides just one extra day to read. But if the acceptance rate of suspense thriller ARCHANGEL continues, 2012 may weigh in more like a decade.
Acclaimed in 17 countries, ARCHANGEL is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle editions (http://www.amazon.com/
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