The Worlds Of Michael J Parry

I’d Love To Hear What You Thought Of The Spiral Tattoo


Wow. A lot of people have been downloading and listening to my story. :-)

Like a lot of authors I would love to hear what you thought of my story :-) Feel free to leave a review at podiobooks, and to rate the story. Or you can do that on Itunes as well. You can leave a comment here, or even post a review on your site :-) if you do link it through to here so I can check it out.

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7 comments on “I’d Love To Hear What You Thought Of The Spiral Tattoo

  1. BiotechDave
    October 12, 2010

    What a  treat.  A wonderful romp with a unique pair of characters.  No horror and suspense but not written down to the level of a forth grader either.  I eagerly await the next adventure with Fursk and Gurt.

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    • dannevirkelibrarian
      October 12, 2010

      Thanks for the comment Dave :-)

      It is gratifying to have such a positive response to my story :-)

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  2. Sola
    October 23, 2010

    Just finished it the other day; I was delighted. I really adore our duo and their little world, and I pretty much mainlined it. :D Well-done!

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  3. Robin
    November 14, 2010

    I loved it.

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  4. Arlene Radasky
    May 17, 2011

    Imagine a dragonfly buzzing a dinosaur and you can get into the feeling of The Spiral Tattoo. It took me a while to get the picture of Gurt riding on Elanore’s shoulder into my mind, but when I did, I smiled at it from then on. The juxtaposition of their size as well as temperament worked well for me. I enjoyed watching/listening as they solved the caper.
    I kept wondering what the back-story was. Why did Gurt leave the palace and how did Elanore control her urges so well? I wanted to know more about the magic stones. I do hope we get more of that information in the future, but this is a good story, well done in the recording and I recommend it as an enjoyable listen. Kylie’s voice added a very good texture to his story. I imagine lots of little folk, and gnomes exist in New Zealand!

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