Book Review: November Fox by E.E. Bertram #BlogTour

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BW Synopsis

Think you’ve read it all? This revelatory chronicle will have you thinking otherwise. Into the swirling vortex, you will be drawn – whether you think this is your sort of book or not. You just might find yourself questioning your own perceptions of reality and be left craving more. + 39 Augmented Reality Illustrations.

November Fox has never even heard of other dimensions when a teleporting magical BC November Fox by E.E. Bertramcube appears on her doorstep. With a hole in her heart and a cosmic identity yet to be discovered, the orphan rock star accepts an invitation to find the key within herself that will unlock the mysteries of form.

Little does she know, The Architect, from the race of philosophical beings who create our world of form, has been watching over her all her life.

Grieving Erica, a teacher and writer from London, finds The Architect’s fascinating letter in a glass bottle washed ashore on Brighton Beach. Pages continue to magically appear as she, too, is compelled to follow November’s quest.

Realities eclipse as we embark on a metaphysical adventure through time and space. November learns that harnessing the power of her mind and heart is fundamental, if she wishes to unlock the cube and escape the sometimes sinister, sometimes wonderful dimensions into which she is propelled.

Combining elements inspired by the new thought movement, the law of attraction, magic, mysticism, wisdom and wonder, November learns that she can use the power of dreaming, imagination and positive thinking to remake herself and her world.

November Fox will be enjoyed by readers who liked wisdom-filled, visionary fiction fables like “The Alchemist,” the escapism of “Alice in Wonderland” or the Mind-bending nature of the movie “The Matrix.”

As an idiosyncratic fantasy/science fiction crossover, it is suitable for teens and adults alike.

It comes with 39 illustrations with an Augmented Reality technology feature, enabling readers to further expand their experience.

“Things aren’t always as they seem, do we wake or do we dream?”

BW My Review

A rare and unique novel that is amazingly beautiful and enjoyable to read.

The story goes around The Architect, November Fox, and Erica. How The Architect follows the life of November Fox since she was a baby, how Erica will learn the existence of the Architect and the life of November and of course, how November Fox will need to uncover some mysteries that surround the world of Form.

I am telling you that this novel is very uncommon, and reading this will impress you. This book will also let you experience November’s quest by those 39 augmented reality images that can be viewed through an app. I also like how this book gives different yet valuable lessons.

The characters are all well-written. It is like I’m back again inside the world of Alice (from Alice in Wonderland) and the characters here are all lovable! I won’t name them as I might spoil you on how exciting to read this book because of them!

The ending is a blast! This book really makes me think until the end, and I am now looking forward to reading the next book to see how the story will go from there.

Overall, a lovely and entertaining read from E.E. Bertram. I am recommending this book to everyone and if you really want to enjoy reading this, try to see those augmented reality images so you can delve into the world and places that November travels to.

Disclaimer: I received a review copy from the author.

BW My Rating

Rating 5
BW Book Details

Publisher: Conscious Fiction

Publication Date: November 1, 2016

Genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy, New Adult, Metaphysical, Visionary Fiction

Series: November Fox, 01

Language: English

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BW About the Author

E.E. Bertram (Esther Bertram) is an Author, Musician & Media Artist. Her dedication, AP E.E. Bertramcreative mind, and technical skill set enable her to create innovative and original expressions, combining wisdom and fantasy, to assist her life’s mission – “To inspire wonder and growth.” After more than a decade of touring Europe and recording as a professional singer/songwriter and producer of electronic music, Esther has spent 5 years creating the media-fusion, metaphysical, fantasy, science fiction novel “November Fox.” The book incorporates Augmented Reality with a connected music project. This pioneering way of storytelling is on the leading edge of what is possible when you combine technology with art.

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