Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Hunter Brown CSFF Blog Tour: Day two

Dear Friend,
If you have found this book, please read it with the utmost urgency.
It details the sequence of events that led to my unexpected death.
What you are about to read is true.
But I must warn you, there are forces at work that do not want you to read it.

Does that just not beg to be read? Hunter Brown was fun, exciting, and most of all had a wonderful message. I love reading books with a nice, good, Christian message in them and The Miller Brothers did it with flying colors. I really liked how the Miller Brothers wrote Hunter Brown in first person form, Hunter was the one telling the whole story, I thought it was pretty neat. The book is physically really beautiful. Being an artist and writer myself I would find it to be a dream come true to be able to write the book, design the cover, and have some of your own drawings inside...wow.
The only bad thing I can say about Hunter Brown is that I was a little confused for a while in the beginning of the book between two characters Stretch and Strubbs, I kept mixing them up. I think it was because they both start with the letter “S” and they both were Hunters best friends. I also realized the Miller Brothers really like names/things that start with “S”. Other then that the book was a great read and I would recommend it to boys and girls 12 to young adult.

Enjoying the story for free online? http://www.codebearers.com/
But, it's even better when you hold it. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1593173288 .

Check out the other tour members blogs (:
http://www.christiansciencefiction.blogspot.com"> Brandon Barr
http://www.AdventuresInFiction.blogspot.com/"> Keanan Brand
http://www.thebooknook08.blogspot.com "> Melissa Carswell
http://invalslittleworld.blogspot.com/"> Valerie Comer
http://www.the160acrewoods.com/"> Amy Cruson
http://csffblogtour.com/"> CSFF Blog Tour
http://word-up-studies.blogspot.com"> Stacey Dale
http://www.scificatholic.com/"> D. G. D. Davidson
http://sjdeal.blogspot.com"> Shane Deal
http://scriptoriusrex.blogspot.com/"> Jeff Draper
http://projectinga.blogspot.com/"> April Erwin
http://virtualbooktourdenet.blogspot.com/"> Karina Fabian
http://www.goodwordediting.com/"> Marcus Goodyear
http://anewnovelistsjourney.blogspot.com"> Todd Michael Greene
http://writingchristiannovels.blogspot.com/"> Katie Hart
http://realmofhearts.blogspot.com/"> Ryan Heart
http://fantasythyme.blogspot.com"> Timothy Hicks
http://tiredgarden.info"> Jason Isbell
http://crisjesse.wordpress.com"> Cris Jesse
http://www.spoiledfortheordinary.blogspot.com/"> Jason Joyner
http://carolkeen.blogspot.com/"> Carol Keen
http://www.mikelynchbooks.blogspot.com"> Mike Lynch
http://sparksoflava.blogspot.com/"> Magma
http://rebeccaluellamiller.wordpress.com/"> Rebecca LuElla Miller
http://linalamont.blogspot.com"> Nissa
http://betterfiction.com/blog/"> Wade Ogletree
http://www.leastread.blogspot.com/"> John W. Otte
http://ansric.blogspot.com/"> Steve Rice
http://prochristroetlibertate.blogspot.com/"> Crista Richey
http://www.chawnaschroeder.blogspot.com/"> Chawna Schroeder
http://www.jamessomers.blogspot.com/"> James Somers
http://www.rachelstarrthomson.com/inklings/"> Rachel Starr Thomson
http://christiansf.blogspot.com/"> Steve Trower
http://specfaith.ritersbloc.com/"> Speculative Faith
http://frederation.wordpress.com"> Fred Warren
http://www.Christian-Fantasy-Book-Reviews.com/"> Phyllis Wheeler
http://www.novelteen.com/"> Jill Williamson


  1. I'm so happy you enjoyed the book. Me too. I actually had the same problem keeping Stretch and Stubbs straight at first. Good observation.


  2. Thanks Becky (: I'm glad I wasn't the only one with the problem of keeping Stretch and Stubbs straight.

    Bye For Now,