Review The Demon in Business Class!

Updated May 7 2020. This page will update frequently.

Thank you for reviewing The Demon in Business Class. Honest reviews are a huge help to authors, and also help readers find their best new reads. A star rating is of course useful, but readers will get the most out of your short review telling them your impressions and opinions.

Amazon sells both ebook and print copies. It’s also a very popular bookstore, and a fantastic place to leave a review.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0879GLNJV

Goodreads is the largest literary social network, where readers connect to readers and writers. It is an opinionated place! A text review is especially welcome. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53240560-the-demon-in-business-class

Kobo is a large international ebook seller, and the vendor behind Walmart ebooks and audiobooks.
https://www.kobo.com/ebook/the-demon-in-business-class-1
I’m featured on their May 13 podcast of Kobo Writing Life, talking about Demon and Business Class Tarot!

Walmart uses its own URL even though Kobo runs their store.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/The-Demon-in-Business-Class-eBook/749692273

Barnes & Noble is the largest brick & mortar bookseller in the United States, and also has an online store for both print and ebooks.
The print paperback is here – https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-demon-in-business-class-anthony-dobranski/1125068058

Google Play has a wide international distribution, and is built into Android phones. Lately Google seems much more serious about entertainment than it used to be.
https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=iivgDwAAQBAJ

Apple Books / iBooks has a wide international distribution, and comes with every Apple phone, tablet and computer.
https://books.apple.com/book/the-demon-in-business-class/id1511850470

more to come!

Anthony Dobranski and Polyglot Content Company ask readers to leave honest reviews. Neither Anthony Dobranski nor Polyglot Content Company provide any reward or compensation for specific content in reviews. Some reviewers received free advance copies during the novel’s launch.