Review by Crystal J Casavant Otto
Fantasy Thriller is the best way to describe Hugh Fritz’s Made to be Broken and the thrill lies in the fantasy to say the least! I’ve read plenty of books that are predictable and this is NOT one of them. I wasn’t sure what direction this tale would go in and it is clear that Hugh Fritz is a seasoned reader and talented first time author. As his imagination runs wild in his writing, my mind was simultaneously running wild. I physically did not want to put the book down because I was engrossed in the storyline and the unknown future happenings!
Including a genie in the storyline combined the best of my childhood with the reality of being an adult. As the mother of toddlers, I laughed a little harder than I should have when Darren tried discussing boundaries with a genie. The interactions between characters were humorous and imaginative. I’m happy that Made to be Broken is the first book of the Mystic Rampage Series because Fritz’s writing is enjoyable and makes for a quick read. I look forward to his future writings and would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a great story!
About the Author:
Hugh Fritz is a fan of monsters, mad scientists, sorcerers, and anything that involves being with incredible powers beating each other senseless. After years of writing research papers, he decided it was time to give reality a rest and let his imagination run wild. This is his first book, and it has been an illuminating experience making the transition from reader to author.
He was born in Chicago where he spent most of his life until moving to the Southwest in 2015. He finds inspiration bouncing ideas off other novelists in a critique group, but hours of television and finding the right songs to put him in the writing mood play an important role as well. He has no plans to end the Genies' adventures here, so be on the lookout for more magical mischief in the next book of the Mystic Rampage series.
Find him online:
Author's Website: http://www.hughfritz.com/
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