Minutes Before Sunset Book Review

Hi, all, it’s Sher here with a book review by Jenny Wirt, one of my friends from church. I’m happy we have so many book lovers in Crestview, Florida, and I’m taking full advantage of their love to reading to keep my TBR pile from crushing me. Jenny’s in a book club, and I have yet to make a meeting, but I’ll get there sometime. Maybe when I can walk through my house without stepping in sheet-rock dust.



Minutes Before Sunset (The Timely Death Trilogy, #1)Minutes Before Sunset by Shannon A. Thompson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Refreshingly lesser-known fantasy creatures called Shades hide in plain sight by posing as humans. The double story lines of their shade lives and their human lives were entertaining to follow. Just enough romance mixed with danger to make me look forward to the next book in the trilogy.

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Shannon A Thompson
Shannon A. Thompson is a 23-year-old author, avid reader, and a habitual chatterbox. She was merely 16 when she was first published, and a lot has happened since then. Thompson’s work has appeared in numerous poetry collections and anthologies, including a Norwegian magazine, and her first installment of The Timely Death Trilogy, Minutes Before Sunset, became Goodreads Book of the Month. The sequel, Seconds Before Sunrise, has released, and AEC Stellar Publishing released her latest novel, Take Me Tomorrow, on July 17, 2014. The final installment of her trilogy, Death Before Daylight, is slated for release in January of 2015.  

Thompson graduated from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in English with an emphasis on creative writing. She also has one black cat named after her favorite actor, Humphrey Bogart.


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