Book Reviews
 

Five Star Reviews for The Titanic Paradox by R.L. Corn

A Well Researched and Written Thriller

There have been many books written on this most famous of ships, the RMS Titanic. Fiction as well as non-fiction. This well written book, throws in the added twist of body transfer, through time, from the present day, back to that ill fated day in April 1912.

For me, this was more of a paranormal thriller with a dash of romance. Hence, this enigmatic Lady in White. More than just a guardian of time, to show that the past cannot be altered, as it’s impact on the future is one hundred fold.

Well researched, extremely well written, this story will appeal to lovers of history, adventure, and romance. Totally deserving of five icy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars for a titanic (pardon the pun) read!  
   
Mark Connelly - VINE VOICE    

 

 

A New Mystery in the Titanic History
 

I read Jon Meacham for history and John Grisham for mystery. Rob Corn has combined the talents of both authors in this wonderfully written Titanic story - a mystery set in history. Fascinating read!!   Richard Brooks

 

Great Read!!
 

Just Finished the Titanic Paradox!!!!! It is FAB.U.LOUS!!!!! Great twist, sound research, and solid time paradox presentation. Thoroughly enjoyed reading it!!    JMS

 

 

Intriguing

I'm not a big fan of science fiction, but this story pulled me into the intrigue of time travel. Excellent writing that brought the characters and settings to life. A must read!  DLM

 

What a Twist to the Titanic Story
 

What a twist to a story that everyone thinks they know! R. L. Corn has so creatively written such an exciting, romantic, time travel series of events that will hold you spellbound! His vivid descriptions of his characters, the ship itself, and the surroundings the characters find themselves in is absolutely topnotch! This is a book that you will not want to put down! This is definitely a five star read!  Linda H.

You Have Got to Read This Book

R.L. Corn is such a talented writer!! The Titanic Paradox is like nothing I've read before! I felt like I was with the two couples caught up in this exciting , intriguing experience! His descriptions made everything come alive and I had a hard time putting it down to wait till the next night to finish it! I'd give it 6 stars if I could!   Kathie D.

Five Star Reviews for Always Thaddeus - The Resurrection (Book 2)
     by Marcee Corn and R.L. Corn

Hope Resurrected

Having read ‘Always Thaddeus’ (Book 1), I can Having read ‘Always Thaddeus’ (Book 1), I can attest the authors transitioned into ‘Always Thaddeus: The Resurrection' (Book 2), seamlessly, recapitulating just enough for the first book to flow into the second. I recommend reading Book 1 to get the full emotional impact of this well-written, riveting series. The ocean as metaphor for Beth Morgan/Margaret Buchanon’s psychosis, and the tempest she brews for all in her path, is a powerful vehicle driven by this talented team of writers. As brought out, the book cover itself portrays the struggle for dominance between darkness and light. Because of Beth’s darkness, each major character is reduced to the rubble one finds washed ashore after a storm: Andrew Morgan, Sandy Morgan, Ernesto Chavez, Maria Sarduchi, Tonya de Lugo, and Craig Hendershott.

The authors put these characters through harrowing ordeals, altering who they once were, shattering former bonds of love, and leaving them adrift to reassemble. However, subtly hinted in the book title—hope is resurrected: “With hope comes strength for those who no longer have their own. Hope is always available to anyone who has the courage to claim it.”

Empowering words, felt even more so by what unfolds in this highly recommended, jaw-dropping thriller. the authors transitioned into ‘Always Thaddeus: The Resurrection' (Book 2), seamlessly, recapitulating just enough for the first book to flow into the second. I recommend reading Book 1 to get the full emotional impact of this well-written, riveting series. The ocean as metaphor for Beth Morgan/Margaret Buchanon’s psychosis, and the tempest she brews for all in her path, is a powerful vehicle driven by this talented team of writers. As brought out, the book cover itself portrays the struggle for dominance between darkness and light.

Because of Beth’s darkness, each major character is reduced to the rubble one finds washed ashore after a storm: Andrew Morgan, Sandy Morgan, Ernesto Chavez, Maria Sarduchi, Tonya de Lugo, and Craig Hendershott. The authors put these characters through harrowing ordeals, altering who they once were, shattering former bonds of love, and leaving them adrift to reassemble.

However, subtly hinted in the book title—hope is resurrected: “With hope comes strength for those who no longer have their own. Hope is always available to anyone who has the courage to claim it.”

Empowering words, felt even more so by what unfolds in this highly recommended, jaw-dropping thriller.
   Eva Pasco

Tangled Webs

Marcee Corn and her husband, RL Corn deliver a brilliant counting of a life, many lives, fractured and entangled in a series of twists and turns. Guaranteed you’ll be turning Page after thrilling Page. Beth, Andrew’s ex wife, is such a diabolically and aberrant woman, who sets about her evil plan to,not only take lives in her way,but successfully frames her ex,Andrew for the murders. When a woman’s badly maimed body is found by the coast guard,she has no memory and is left with more questions than answers. Who is she? No spoilers here. A friend called upon, after Margaret, Beth, engages in a ‘romance’ with a very wealthy Spaniard, is called upon to find Margaret’s past. Andrew has been framed. But, how and when will his nightmare, including constant torment and beatings by a very nefarious character,(whose last name,quite ironically is the same as mine-Arrigo-Jimmy( Sorriso) Arrigo, end? Trust me that moniker (Sorriso-meaning smile) is a misnomer, a tough, insecure,thug. Want more? Highly,VERY highly recommend you grab a copy. (While this page turning thriller stands alone, I also, recommend you reading Always Thaddeus first! )

Love how both husband and wife crafted an innovative method of ‘telling’ the latter part of the tale from individual character perspectives!
   Anna C.

AWESOME

Extremely awesome book!!! Can’t stop reading , if I do I rush to start again
This book is the best books that I have read in really long time. Hope more books like these to come❤️
  Barbara Royal

Unputdownable Read

An accomplished piece of writing that once started is difficult to put down. Always Thaddeus: The Resurrection is the sequel to Always Thaddeus but you don't need to read the first in order to follow the plot of the second. In fact, having read the first book, I have to admit I prefer the second book. It's full of twists and turns which keep the readers attention from beginning to end; the opening ' As Andrew Morgan's eyes slowly opened, he realised that his prayers had not been answered for the 364th time. This was not a bad dream; it was his reality. ' has you hooked. The twisted multi-personalitied Beth/Margaret holds you captive. Which personality will win; or will it be Melody? How will it all end for Andrew and Jane Doe? The new characters add to the mystery and suspense.

I will not go into further detail as that would give too much away. Suffice it to say, I whole-heartedly recommend Always Thaddeus: The Resurrection. Marcee Corn and R. L. Corn are a great writing partnership.
  Mrs. Julia Fletcher

Five Star Reviews for Always Thaddeus  (Book 1) by Marcee Corn

Heart-Throbbing Thriller

Marcee Corn's Always Thaddeus is a heart-throbbing thriller. Beautifully written with well developed characters, it is a page turner. Three characters, Andrew, Sandy, and Beth will have you rooting for them, hoping they will find the peace they deserve after their early heartbreaks. Beth, an orphan deserted by her unfeeling parents, is bitter, but at the same time, she is striving to find someone to love her. Someone to bring out the good in her. But fate is cruel to her, and slowly what hope is in her is being wrested away from her as she is dealt one devastating blow after another. Sandy and Andrew, too, have faced life's cruel fates, but they had friends and family to help support them through the heartaches they suffered. In her young years, Beth had no one, except perhaps a friend in the orphanage, but was that friend ever a real friend? Will Beth, Andrew, and Sandy at last find the love they need to retain their sanity?   Celia Martin 

Tragedies Collide in Search for Hope

Andrew, Sandy and Beth are the three characters in this beautifully written thriller, each of whom has had a tragic past, and are now searching for that elusive feeling. Hope. Little do they know that their paths are heading towards a convergence, where evil waits at that single destination. I didn’t pick the ending, not even close, and when that happens I know it’s the brilliant writing of the author, Marcee Corn, who cleverly conceals the final outcome. Five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ for this wonderful tale of loss, tragedy, hope, deceit and betrayal. After a sneak peek of Book 2, I am looking forward to another classic thriller.  Mark Carnelley - VINE VOICE

Fascinating and Compelling

 

Intrigue and mystery and love and hope are cleverly woven together in this novel by Marcee Corn. I could not put this book down. The author also provides a sneak preview into its sequel . . . which i cannot wait to read! It is rare that I have finished a book to find myself opening it again to reread some of the chapters! The stories of the characters in this novel are so compelling! The descriptive narratives make me feel as if I am standing on the shores of the islands off Maine's coast. Awesome writing! Is there a place for 10 stars!? Great read and have recommended it to many of my friends!

AnnieB