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Sunstruck by Mayra Calvani - FictionDaniella is a young woman in search of a purpose as she mixes with a quixotic cast of characters who offer insight into human nature as might be seen looking at the world through rose-colored glasses with broken lenses. A satire that reaches into the realms of paranormal, horror, mystery and women's issues.
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From The Midwest Book ReviewDark and quirky humor coupled with quixotic characters adds to the surprising mix found in Sunstruckâ€¦ I've never read a book remotely like it. Everything from the humorously weird to the acutely macabre can be found between these covers, and then some.
From Romance JunkiesHighly entertaining!
From The Book ConnectionCalvani has taken human nature and put it under a microscope--a warped and slightly cracked microscope. Proving once again that she is a master storyteller in multiple genres, "Sunstruck" by Mayra Calvani is both witty and brilliant.
From Autumn Blues ReviewsSunstruck is like a nutty Whodunit with a little twist. Who really is in the Zorro costume? With all the crazy characters I caught myself pointing fingers again and again. A great read that will make you forget where you are, while you giggle yourself to complete oblivion from all the silliness.
From Babs Book BistroThis book was so crazy it was fantastic. Talk about a nutty twisty book this is it and all in good fun.
SunstruckBy: Mayra Calvani