Book Review: The Burning of San Porfirio by Joel Hirst

A new review of my 2nd novel I thought you’d enjoy

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Genre: Literature & fiction, war, political, military

Length: 404 Pages

Publishing Date: December 19, 2015

Buying Links for The Burning of San Porfirio

Amazon

Kobo

Barnes & Noble

Author Website:

http://www.joelhirst.com

Twitter: joelhirst

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From the Blurb:

What happens when the revolution burns out and the magic is gone? Pancho Randelli doesnt know or care. Released from jail to wander the wasteland, hes haunted by the loss of his great love, Susana, and wonders at the fate of his deputy, Carlitos. He fears for the life of his best friend and hopes he has not become just another victim of madness.

In desperate search for Carlitos, Pancho begins his quest across the shattered landscape of a broken country. While trailing behind cold tracks and blurry memories, he finds something wholly unexpected: freedom. This is not the case for General Juan Marco Machado, who wallows in power at long last. For him…

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About Joel D. Hirst

Joel D. Hirst is a novelist and a playwright. His most recently released work is "Dreams of the Defeated: A Play in Two Acts" about a political prisoner in a dystopian regime. His novels include "I, Charles, From the Camps" about the life of a young man in the African camps and "Lords of Misrule" about the making and unmaking of a jihadist in the Sahara. "The Lieutenant of San Porfirio" and its sequel "The Burning of San Porfirio" are about the rise and fall of socialist Venezuela (with magic).
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