I think Anna Scott Graham likes “Let Sleeping Gods Lie”
Originally posted on Anna Scott Graham, Indie Novelist:
In the midst of NaNo craziness, not to mention the upcoming holiday, I was caught up in a novel by Dianne Gray. Let Sleeping Gods Lie is a beautifully written, intriguing tale of religious fanatics and families. Nick Landau has been summoned home, but knows there more to his parents’ request. Ali Ingram has come to Bookalong Creek in Queensland to attend to her mother’s final request. My description is sparse; I don’t want to spoil the experience. Let Sleeping Gods Lie is definitely an experience.
One of reading’s thrills is discovering a new place; I’ve not been to Australia, but over two days I was near sugar cane and dingos, green ants and large spiders. Australia is home to another of my favourite novels, The Thorn Birds, and Let Sleeping Gods Lie has joined that top ten list; well plotted and paced, teeming with incredible characters, framed by poetic prose. I highly recommend Dianne’s work.