"Believers in Love, the third offering by quirky Australian novelist,
Alan Clay, is about love, laughter and life. The story is liberally interspersed by
anecdotes taking an alternate look at life, sometimes from the point of view of the
books characters, other times from beyond, but always with a depth which gives pause
to the reader before the story continues. This is not just a story; this is an exploration
of emotion and philosophy. A novel of journey and self-discovery"
"From time to time I review books that are not fanatsy or SF genre and this
time I have a gentle and enlightening story by Alan Clay. This simple story of discovery,
wanders through the reality of making dreams true and exploring the world around us
through art. The story follows the crazy adventures of a team of sand sculptors from Bondi
to NZ. Interesting and entertaining. Alan writes with a clean clarity that allows the
reader to contemplate what they are reading as the story unfolds. Nice little book, one
the family would enjoy."
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