Bloggers Review Squat
August 29, 2006, 9:15 pm
Filed under: Squat Reviews

Check out these great reviews:

Christy Lockstein has posted a review of Squat on her blog. Here is an excerpt:

“Field writes almost cinematically; you can see the book unfolding like a movie in your mind.”

Also, OCD-Man has posted a great review of Squat on his blog. Here is an excerpt:

“I flipped [Squat] to the first page to get a feel for the story and before I knew it I was sucked into the New York Street life of a homeless guy named Squid . . . It is now my new favorite novel. I loved it and couldn’t put it down. “


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Hiya! My blog alliance, FIRST, will be conducting a blog tour for SQUAT on Sept. 1st! Click on the bookmark links at FIRST to visit the blogs that are posting SQUAT’s chapter one.

God Bless!

Comment by Mimi Pearson

This book explors the world of the homeless like no other. While the story revolves around the lives of three homeless men living in the same squat in lower Manhattan, the author pulls the reader into the dangerous undercurrents of a world that few understand, and most want to forget exists. It is in the introspection of the characters themselves, that the author secretly invades the readers heart, and deposits compassion and empathy by enabling them to see life through the eyes of the unlovely, and social misfits. You won’t find sex or violence, or explosions, or political intrigue in this book, but you will find substance, meaning, truth, candor and plenty of thought provoking dialogue. If you read this book, you will feel this book, and you’ll remember what it’s like to be homeless, even though you never were.

Comment by Rick Koestler

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