Testimonials

on June 23, 2014
Format: Paperback
 Resurrecting Tobias:
“If I might elaborate, I am usually hard pressed to place “modern” and “classic” in the
same line. However, from start to finish, “Resurrecting Tobias” is all that, and much more…
Author William Holland holds his reader captive from take off point with a story that is
as real as the very lives we lead. We all know people like Toby, Maria and Pete. The
universal themes of survival and forgiveness are indeed relatable.   “Buy a copy for yourself and a copy for a friend. This book is a keeper and one you will want to savor, especially Toby’s tirades…get your own copy to see what I’m talking about!”
Shadows Kill:
By Mel P on August 24, 2016

Format: Kindle Edition

“Wow, this was a page turner! I would caution anyone who chews on their nails when they are nervous to wear some gloves when you read this book. And, keep the lights on! Something tells me I will be looking in the shadows and over my shoulder for a while… Great psychological thriller and very suspenseful. I can’t wait to read the next in the series!”
Resurrecting Tobias:
“William Holland knocks one out of the park with his novel, “Resurrecting Tobias.” From the commentary on the human condition via the style reminiscent of the beat poets to the narrator’s honest recollection of a story about love and redemption. From the onset of the novel, Holland demonstrates an ability to weave the rise and fall of those who must overcome the greatest obstacles. Rather than depending upon the cookie-cutter style of a novel with chapters, Holland utilizes the art of the journal entry. He artfully tells the story of three friends whose relationship is familial and warm and unique. He reminds us that family does not necessarily mean one is related by blood. “Resurrecting Tobias” is one of those books you will treasure for once read, you will feel as if you have met three new friends you will always love and even more spectacularly see as reflections of the human condition.”
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