An “A” Review from BookLife

The Quadrant Conspiracy just received an “A” rating from BookLife Reviews. You can read the entire review here, but I want to quote just a small piece from it.

While the historical material fascinates, it’s the memorable character that powers the story. Bradon’s own repressed trauma as a former prisoner-of-war hurts his marriage with Margie, who resents him for not keeping their sons from enlisting, while Margie’s narrative of seeking independence and eventually coming to terms with Brandon is the emotional heart, reflecting the ways in which war shatters lives away from the field of battle… 

The result is a thrilling example of historical fiction that’s grounded in fact but never forgets that it’s the characters who ultimately drive history.

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