Review of Atonement, Tennessee by Teagan Geneviene.

I’m so excited to have my debut novel reviewed at Lit World! So you know i had to share. Hugs all around.

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Atonement, Tennessee by Teagan Geneviene Atonement, Tennessee by Teagan Geneviene

Title:   Atonement, Tennessee

Author:   Teagan Geneviene

ISBN-10: 1481826948

ISBN-13: 978-1481826945

ASIN:  B00HGWKRA8

Published:  21st December 2013

Pages:  296

Genre:  Urban Fantasy

If there is such a thing as your “standard novel” and I’m not sure there is, Atonement, Tennessee is definitely not it. Although some aspects of the story might seem familiar to readers (we have a newcomer to a small and seemingly fairly quirky town, a catalogue of slightly odd characters, hidden and dark stories behind perfect surfaces…), others definitely will not. Although we spend most of the time in Ralda’s head (her given name is Esmeralda and that plays quite an important part in the book), we also see things from the point of view of Lilith, her cat, and that allows us to gain more knowledge than Ralda has, but from a peculiar viewpoint that means we are observes and what…

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20 thoughts on “Review of Atonement, Tennessee by Teagan Geneviene.

  1. Good review. I, too, am looking forward to book 2 and hope it comes soon. I loved the story so far and can hardly to read more!
    More Hugs.
    Lorna

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  2. What can I say. An exceptional review.I’m only able to judge from the outstanding work of your serial but I find it easy to expect Atonement to be a great work by a great woman.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

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    • You are so gallant and kind, David. Thank you. Blame it on my upbringing, but i can never get too much encouragement. If you want to know more about “Atonement, Tennessee” there are character interviews and other posts about the novel throughout this blog. Just click on the category button on the right-hand side of the screen. Mega-hugs back to you! 🙂

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  3. LOL, thanks Victo! 😀
    I think the hardest part of Indie writing/publishing is getting used to the “self promotion.” …My father would have killed me.
    I hope everyone will take a look at your unique and wonderful blog. Hugs!

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