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317 pages, 6" x 9", perfect binding, cream interior paper (60# weight), black and white interior ink, white exterior paper (100# weight), full-color exterior ink.
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Midwest Book Review, Small Press Watch, Nov, 2010
The call of greed may be what renewable energy needs. "Celara Sun" is a suspense novel using the crusade of renewable energy as a source for gree[d] as two entrepreneurs battle in Lake City for control of its newest renewable resources. A nonstop suspense read of people using a good idea to the furthest economic gain, "Cel[a]ra Sun" is not a read to be missed.
(Review of Chapter 10) Terry Crane, author of The Gift of You (2010), 9/29/2010
Ashley Loneman for Cityview, 10/14/2010
Delving into an increasingly global issue, the novel “Celara Sun” attempts to combine two worlds: renewable energy and suspense.
In this novel, Martina Butler matches Alexander King step for step in a battle of wills to control Lake City’s solar and wind energy markets. “Clean energy is dirty business,” and “You have to go green to get green,” sums up Alex’s philosophy toward power. During the green revolution, the players realize that life moves forward, never backward — and it certainly doesn’t stand still.
Even though the book briefly highlights aspects of the renewable energy industry, this should not scare anyone away. The industry fades into the background as the quick sentences plunge the reader into the minds of the central characters. Unfortunately, the two-to three-word sentences make you feel like a 5-year-old trying to learn to read all over again. I would have liked to dive deeper into this important issue, and less into the sulking mind of the main character. Perhaps suspense and renewable energy should not be combined within two book covers just yet.