Wednesday, February 15, 2012

This is becoming a habit...

I was recently honored to have esteemed mystery/suspense author Lannie Wright review Atticus for the Undead, and I wanted to share his thoughts with you. Here they are, in full:

"Most of the time when I read new authors, I find the work wanting. The material is either a slight twist on an old theme or in some way contrived. And frankly, when I agreed to read Atticus for the Undead, by John Abramowitz, my expectations weren't high. It wasn't because of experience, I had never heard of him. It was because I don't usually read material involving zombies, witchs, and other such classic  works.

Reluctantly, I started and quickly found myself captured by the  characters and the concept envisioned by the author. The lead character, Hunter Weldon, is a sharp, idealistic attorney fending for the rights of the undead. His team is full of color and together, they fight the good fight, even if it's for those capable of sucking your blood or brains.

I rated this book 4 stars out of 5. I would have given it five stars had it not ended too soon.

My suggestion to anyone looking for a good, entertaining read that will make you smile and provide a new look at an old storyline, try it out. You will be glad you did."

I've got to tell you, folks, combined with some of the other things people have been saying about the book recently, I could get used to this.


  1. I told myself before I released This Brilliant Darkness that I would not even read reviews. Bwahahahahaha! The reviews are the best part! ;)


  2. Oh, I always knew I'd read the reviews. I can't help myself!

    Feel free to try the book if you have any time between writing projects (if you don't, I totally get it, I don't either). I think you'd like it.


    John A