03 Mar 2014

NEW RELEASE / REVIEW: “Quietus (The Singing Sand Story)” by David Chattaway

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20575728“Quietus (The Singing Sand Story)” by David Chattaway is an excellent and powerful sequel to what was an amazing debut novel already.

Catching up with the cast of Singing Sands several months after the big finale of book one, Chattaway shows with great empathy and psychological insight the wounds and damage that have been caused. This emotional aftermath builds well on the great care the author took in Singing Sands to give his characters a lot of substance, background and depth.
On this level the story is a solid character / psychological study of a family that survived a dreadful event and how its members cope or not cope.

The second half of the novel however then catches up with the action-drama part of its predecessor and brings clear and present danger and surprises from the characters’ past into this well paced story.
This is a very enjoyable, captivating and gripping read, and a page turner with some unexpected twists and turns. You do not need to read the first book to follow the plot or the characters, although reading this book will probably give away some of the plot of book one. I found this quite addictive to read.

Quite a captivating and dramatic story with substance.

Find the Book on Your Amazon Site: http://bookShow.me/B00IOO446A

My review of SINGING SANDS and an interview can be found here.

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David Chattaway was born in Elizabeth Vale, South Australia in 1986. The fifth child of six to Lawrence and Jennifer Chattaway. David attended High school in Mile End, South Australia and finished year 12 in 2003. After working as an apprentice Electrician for almost three years he left in 2007 and began working for one of Australia’s biggest energy retailers. During his seven years with that company David moved to Melbourne, Victoria, before eventually returning home to Adelaide, S.A in late 2012. 

He met the love of his life, Jordaine in 2006 and the two were married in 2011. That same year David began writing his first novel “Mal’akh” and although he stopped writing for almost two years, the book was eventually completed in June 2013

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Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.
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