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WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT THE SNAIL’S CASTLE:     At Amazon   tinyurl.com/ha4d6ya

“Literary fiction at its finest.”— Ginette Mayas, Palmetto Review

“I see this book becoming a classic one day.”— Cori Dyson, All Things Character, It Is Blog

I thoroughly recommend this stimulating novel.”—Jack Messenger, Feed the Monkey Blog

“The Snail’s Castle is a brilliantly written multi-layered story, reminiscent of the novels of Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky.”—Chim 

“One of the best Indie books I’ve read all year.”— Lisa Brunette, author of Cat in the Flock

“This is a compelling read, kept me engaged till the empowering end. I wholeheartedly recommend it.”—Carmel Grimley

“This is a fantastic read. Mark Gordon’s voice is hypnotic and powerful.”—Sigrid Johnson

“The plot gets tighter and more gripping with each page you turn.”—Masi

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FROM A REVIEW of THE SNAIL’S CASTLE by Ginette Mayas, Palmetto Review

The Snail’s Castle by Mark Gordon is contemporary literary fiction at its finest.”

 

Full Reviews on “THE SNAIL’S CASTLE ” page.

 

PRAISE FOR MARK GORDON’S FIRST TWO NOVELS—

“Mark Gordon has a marvellous narrative gift, an immense talent.” — Hugh MacLennan, acclaimed author.

“Mark Gordon could go anywhere that his genius and courage may lead.” — The Fiddlehead, literary magazine.

“narrative power, convincing characterization…” — Irving Layton, celebrated poet.

“An important book for anyone who went through the me-generation and that period of self-actualization. — Margaret Trudeau, CJOH-TV, Ottawa.

“…a thoughtful, memorable examination of a unique Canadian community and the mind of a youth in search of answers to some of life’s profoundest questions.” — Bernard Baskin, The Spectator

“… a sharp, mature style that plunges you into the life and mind of its hero…a big, sprawling bite of reality, full of life and sheer energy.” — Philip Walsh, The Ottawa Revue

COPYRIGHT © 2014 MARK GORDON

 


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