Top positive review
A Very Funny, Action-packed Read
on 15 January 2011
Charge up your Kindles! Skip school. Call in sick. Send the kids to their grandparents'. Boltman's an electrifying read for less than the price of my morning commute. Occassionally you find a gem on the eBook bargain racks--Boltman is definitely one of them. If Knowles can afford to pump out electronic pulp at these prices, Boltman's going to zap readers like you and me all over the world out of our economic malaise. I've never gotten so many bangs for my buck! And that's what's good about Boltman. Lots of laughs and lots of action. An unpretentious page turner which will have you chuckling all day. So who is Boltman? Before Batman, Superman and Spiderman--even before comics--there was Boltman, the "real" inspiration for the fictional superhero genre. Knowles's first novel, titled Boltman, only scratches at the surface of the Boltman lore, as the hero appears in our world taking on villains with the same spirit that threw Don Quixote up against windmills. The problem is that he's stuck in Kevin's body. It's up to the reader, and Kevin's friends, to decide if he's crazy or really turning into a deceased comic book character. I agree with Sparticus's review in that I found a missing apostrophe. Perhaps Knowles's more recent "edition" has remedied the spelling errors mentioned. Great for a debut author with no support from a publisher!