Book Of The Day – Jeremy Smith

by Greg on December 12, 2011

Today we have a Literary Fiction book for ENT’s Book Of The Day. Jeremy Smith by Oliver Frances is only $1.49!

“Great, is a word I use to describe what I’ve read only on rare occasions; but your work is very, well crafted, fluid and emotionally evocative.” R Jeffreys – author



Jeremy Smith
by Oliver Frances
Category: Literary Fiction
Price: $1.49

 

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Luis, the Peñon, is just a guy whose mind is pestered with images and stories of the lives of the celebrities and people who have succeeded in North America. Talking his parents into affording studies in the first world, which will be profitable when he comes back to the third world, and against his best friend’s opinion, who thinks that he is better off if he tries to grow in his native land. The Peñon travels mistakingly to the old continent where he sets out his adventure, which goes from changing his real name for a supposed one “Jeremy Smith” to, eventually, spending his life there.

Get Jeremy Smith here: Jeremy Smith

About The Author


Oliver Frances writes romance and mystery, because of his professional background as economist some of his works focus on social and economic issues. He has traveled to many countries and, from those journeys, has learnt about economic and political systems.

Frances’ short stories have been praised by fervent readers around the world, and some were published in Istanbul Literary Review. After reading one of Oliver’s books, Heart, R Jeffreys writes “Great, is a word I use to describe what I’ve read only on rare occasions; but your work is very, well crafted, fluid and emotionally evocative.”

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Oliver Frances and ENT appreciate it.

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