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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Book Review and Book Blog Tour Stop - Eviction Notice by Robyn Syrick

Today, I'm pleased to be hosting a book blog tour stop for the book, Evicition Notice, by Robyn Wyrick.







Eviction Notice, is a raucous, science fiction adventure about Alice Able, a small town woman at the end of her rope who must save the Earth from space aliens trying to evict humanity into deep space.

Alice's basic earnestness and sincerity, and that of the characters directly around her, drives her transformation from hopelessness to hero. Eviction Notice is packed with comic missteps, alien abductions, romantic revival, space battles, invisible lawyers, rednecks with super powers, and lost alien cargo.







Robyn Wyrick is a novelist, screenwriter, musician and artist. He is a new father and husband, and lives on a quiet home with lots of trees in Nanjemoy, Maryland.

His other works include the screenplay to Eviction Notice, and someone needs to let Amy Adams know that she would be great as Alice Able!

He has also written a screenplay for a television pilot called Trading With Justin.
He has just completed a new screenplay, The Zombie Cookbook, A New International Guide To Zombie Cuisine.

In his spare time he runs DC PHP, LLC, a website and database development company located in the Washington DC region. 


For more information on Robyn's work, check out his website at www.robynwyrick.com



Although I don't review much Young Adult dystopian books, I found "Evicition Notice" to be a fun, interesting story that I can see as being an attractive book for young people who enjoy a good science fiction/dystopian read!

Wyrick's characters are lively and personable, and the plotline moves along quickly and is filled with humor.

I would recommend this book for science fiction fans, dystopian fans, and anyone who like a bit of good escapism.





My thanks to Mona Loring PR for supplying the review copy of this book. I was not compensated for my opinion.


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