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David H. Burton
David H. Burton was born in Windsor, Ontario to parents that instilled in him the love of the written word at a very young age. Throughout his childhood, David read relentlessly, often into the wee hours of the morning.Fantasy and Science Fiction novels have always been David's greatest vice and... show more

David H. Burton was born in Windsor, Ontario to parents that instilled in him the love of the written word at a very young age. Throughout his childhood, David read relentlessly, often into the wee hours of the morning.Fantasy and Science Fiction novels have always been David's greatest vice and he has indulged in the likes of Terry Brooks, Robert Jordan, Margaret Weis, Mark Anthony, J.R.R. Tolkien, George R.R. Martin, Robert J. Sawyer, Isaac Asimov, Melanie Rawn, Marion Zimmer Bradley, J.K. Rowling and for interest, some Margaret Atwood and Jose Saramago.David graduated from the University of Toronto with a major in Biology and a minor in Classical Civilization. He also dabbled in Computer Science, to which he owes his current occupation in the Telecommunications world at one of the large banks in Canada.When David isn't writing he enjoys spending time with his partner and three boys: hiking, swimming, kayaking, biking, and reading. David has a great fondness for Portuguese cuisine, good wine, and all things left of centre.Feel free to connect with David online at:Blog: http://davidhburton.comTwitter: http://twitter.com/davidhburtonFacebook: http://facebook.com/davidhburton
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XLeptodactylous
XLeptodactylous rated it 6 years ago
Nothing particularly bad about it, I just didn't like the way it was written. Probably just too young for me to really get in to.
Muddled, Mystified & Marvelous Musings
Should Katherine stand around waiting for death to come a calling or take a stand and do something about it? That is the question Burton asks and where our journey begins.Well let me back up a bit. First Katherine who has been plagued by hallucinations her whole life runs out of her meds that keep t...
Much About Books
Much About Books rated it 9 years ago
3.5 starsI suppose this is a bit sexist of me, but I was really surprised that this book is written in 1st person POV, since the author is male and the main character is female. I suppose Kathryn not being a real "girly-girl" helped.That said, this is an intriguing book. It's an easy read, and for t...
Crazy Bibliophile and Book Pimp (Not So Anonymous)
4♥'sThis book is very easy reading, the story flows smoothly. Steamy without being trampy. Clever twists, although somehow a little soap opera toward the end. Maybe HBO soap opera, even. Overall enjoyed it and would pick up other books by this author. The characters were youthful but not too tr...
Nocturnal Book Reviews
Nocturnal Book Reviews rated it 10 years ago
I admit I was seduced by this gorgeous cover straight away. It had this Gothic Victorian feeling about it. Well, it's totally unrelated to the book. Also, it's not a paranormal romance, more like urban fantasy but with less fighting and more walking *grinning*.Oh yes, the main characters - Katherine...
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