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Pomarat in the Orb
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“Had you suggested I read "ltchiwan,' I would have replied that it didn't look like a novel that would interest me' but after only a few pages I found that I couldn't put it down. The book is action-packed, gruesome in more than a few places, but laugh-out-loud funny in others. For me, though, as the mother of four sons, I think I was drawn to Mr. Cunis's four young protagonists ..."

JOANNE BRIANA-GARTNER, The Enterprise, Cape News Net 


“I’ve never been a big fan of gore or horror but these Pukwudgees are somehow lovable in their horrific mayhem!

Pomarat could become one of the most evil characters of all time!”

TOM ANDERSON, Author of the musical “The Dismal Life of Conrad Crum”


“This isn’t ‘The Scarlet Letter’. It’s a roller coaster!”

MICHAEL VARKAS, Noted Raconteur


“I felt like I was right in the middle of the story! What a wild and fun ride from start to finish – you won’t want to put the book down! I had a blast getting to know every single character…even the Pukwudgees!”


          “Absolutely awesome!  … every time I go back to the Cape, I am going to keep an eye out!”



          “I read myself to sleep at night and wake up wanting more!”



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