Feb 16, 2012

Book Feature: The Distant Shore by Mariam Kobras


Title: The Distant Shore: The Stone Trilogy, Book I by Mariam Kobras
Paperback, 366 pages
Published January 17th 2012 by Buddhapuss Ink LLC
Genre: contemporary fiction

Book description: The Distant Shore is a contemporary romance with a light twist of suspense.

There's nothing like finding a letter on your breakfast table informing you have a teenage son you knew nothing about, but that's what happens to international rock star, Jonathon Stone. He drops everything to find the boy, and his mother the girl he loved so many years ago who left him when his rock n roll life became too much for her to bear.

Seeing her is like falling in love all over again, and everything seems perfect, until someone sets out to destroy their idyllic life. (Goodreads)


About the author: Born in Frankfurt, Germany, Mariam lived in Brazil and Saudi Arabia with her parents as a child before they decided to settle in Germany. She attended school there and studied American Literature and Psychology at Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen. Today she lives and writes in Hamburg, Germany, with her husband, two sons and two cats.

5 comments:

  1. This does sound rather interesting, and like something that I would enjoy. I used to be a big fan of rock and roll, and used to daydream about marrying my favorite star when I was a teenager, so I can imagine that this would be a really good read for me. I hope that you get the chance to read it and enjoy it as well!

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  2. I would read the first one..could be really good!

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  3. Good bye, genial alternative other :)

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  4. Thank you for presenting my book, "The Distant Shore"! It has just won the IPPY Bronze Medal 2012 in the "Romance" category. The sequel will be released this fall, and part 3 in spring 2013. I'm a rather happy author at this moment! :)

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  5. I like the fact that the author has lived in diverse places.

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