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Thumbs up SONG ON THE SAND Receives 4 1/2 Stars At Three Dollar Bill Reviews

Ruth Simsí Song on the Sand has been consistent in its receiving of four and five stars from all reviewers, and is the most highly-praised release from Ruth and Untreed Reads. Now, the good folks over at Three Dollar Bill Reviews has weighed in with their opinion, awarding 4 1/2 stars to this terrific title. Hereís part of what they had to say:

One of the best things about the story is that gives a voice, life, and importance to an age group that is often forgotten. Rarely will a romance story feature an embittered older man, alone in late 80s waiting to die. Yet this is tempered with hope, honesty, and the complexity that shows each person is more than the sum of their qualities. Tony turns himself around to, giving his life meaning as he wants to help Jesse and Drew.

We feel that the reviewer, Kassa, has done an amazing job writing this review and clearly understood the story. We are extremely appreciative for the warm review. To read it in its entirety, please visit Three Dollar Bill Reviews.

About Song on the Sand:

Tony Dalby finds himself on the wrong end of his 80s, confined to a nursing home, with his days as a dancer a thing of the past. The appearance of Drew into his life brings a welcome distraction, as well as a bit of mystery as to why Drew constantly visits the wheelchair-bound, comatose Jesse. As secrets are revealed, Dalby finds he may have a renewed purpose for living after all.

How to Purchase Song on the Sand:

Song on the Sand is $2.99 and is available from The Untreed Reads Store and worldwide at most of the great ebook retailers you see on the right side of our website.
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