Welcome to this bonus edition of the Stellar Review, the place where I give you my thoughts on indie author’s word babies. In the case of this edition’s author, it’s the 3rd time they’ve come back for such treatment!
This month I am reviewing Dave Johnston’s new YA novel – The Lot of a Nobody. This genre is a wide departure from the previous two novellas written by Dave which sit firmly on the action/adventure shelf next to James Bond.
“Lot was a Nobody. Lot was a nobody. Sometimes, life deals you a right melon.”
Lot Nobody is average – even his ears – and is so lonely that he’s become invisible. But on his 16th birthday Lot truly starts disappearing – uprooted to a magical island, then sent back fully naked in the most embarrassing of situations.
After befriending Ethan Longbow – a classmate who’s about as street as a…
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