Reviews from the Blog Tour

By March 4, 2022No Comments

For those who haven’t already heard, The Seven-Day Resurrection is about a failed novelist who awakens one morning to find that his mother has come back to life, seven years after her funeral.

I’ve been giving readers a taste of this story during a four-week blog tour hosted by GoddessFish promotions. I’d like to share some of the review comments from the tour hosts. To read the entire review, click on the link.

“Anybody who has been pushed into a caregiver role for a loved one will instantly understand, connect, and sympathize with the complexities of the mother-son relationship between Len and Sharon.  As a longtime caregiver for my mother as she has weathered two cancer diagnosis’s and more than a dozen surgeries, it was easy to relate.”
Ally Swanson, Fabulous and Brunette

“I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect before I dove into this book, and I was blown away by what I found. Ross weaves a story that somehow balances the incredible with reality. I quickly found myself lost in the pages, wondering just how I would handle it if my mother, long dead, suddenly appeared in my living room. At times, I could swear I was standing in Len’s living room, watching it all unfold. Along with the main story, we got a peek at Len’s writing, and these were just as well written as the book they were nestled in. Fans of both literary and Christian fiction will enjoy this book, that blends genres seamlessly, and will keep you captivated for hours.”
Liliyana Shadowlyn, The Faerie Review

“Seemed as though I had my endings for this book right from the start.  None of them were correct.  The suspense kept me hopping from one scenario to the other till it finally came to its rightful end.

“This book takes you from sorrow to joy and back again.  Very different but what a great read!”
Vickie, Vickie’s Kitchen and Garden

“The book has Christian overtones without preaching at you. It’s a dynamic study of the effects of war on individuals and families. Sacrifices made during a war sometimes have lasting, haunting repercussions.

“Oddly enough, there are bits of humor sprinkled throughout the story. The pace is steady and the characters well-written. I had a hard time putting the book down. It’s immensely readable and captured my imagination from the opening pages.”
Gina, Gina Rae Mitchell

To learn more about The Seven-Day Resurrection, or to place an order, click here.


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