The Plot to Save Socrates

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The Plot to Save Socrates

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1PaulLev
des. 31, 2012, 3:36 am

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Just wanted to mention that my 2006 novel, The Plot to Save Socrates, has recently been re-issued as ebook for Kindle, etc - with an extended ending. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00AMUDJNS/ref=nosim/?tag=dexter2a-20

"...challenging fun" - Entertainment Weekly

"Da Vinci-esque thriller" - New York Daily News

"...a fun book to read" - Dallas Morning News

"resonates with the current political climate . . . . heroine Sierra Waters is sexy as hell . . . . there's a bite to Levinson's wit" - Brian Charles Clark, Curled Up With A Good Book at curledup.com

"a journey through time that'll make you think as it thrills ... so accessible, even those generally put off by sci-fi should enjoy the trip." - Rod Lott, bookgasm.com

"Levinson spins a fascinating tale ... An intriguing premise with believable characters and attention to period detail make this an outstanding choice... Highly recommended." - Library Journal,*starred review

"Light, engaging time-travel yarn . . . neatly satisfies the circularity inherent in time travel, whose paradoxes Levinson links to Greek philosophy." - Publishers Weekly

"A thinking person's time travel story... I felt like I was there." - SF Signal

2guido47
des. 31, 2012, 3:51 am

OP has posted identical message to at least 3 Groups. I flagged it.

3andyl
des. 31, 2012, 10:08 am

Hmm yes.

Paul, you are being rather too 'pushy' here. There is a group where this kind of promotion is allowed (Hobnob With Authors).

Otherwise you are probably OK with saying that X is been reissued on Kindle (even mentioning the extended ending) on a relevant thread to which you are already contributing.

4PaulLev
des. 31, 2012, 11:25 pm

Ok - apologies.