Book Review – The Wishing Stone by Tegon Maus


The Wishing Stone
(Eve Project Book 2)by Tegon Maus
4 Stars

Tegon Maus has done it again, my gentle readers. The continuing adventure of Ben Harris, my new favorite Electric Man, takes us to a mysterious haven of geniuses, Warwick. Under the pretense of trying to save him from his increasing discharges, Ben’s brother in law Roger uses Ben to further his research with shocking results. Government funding leads to government oversight and conspiracies. Come join the fun as Ben Harris dives headfirst into the amazing scientific work that has consumed his brother in law.

Along the way we get to meet a fresh cast of oddities that infuriate and intrigue Ben. Marcie, Digby, and Peterson are Ben’s constant companions at Warwick.

Come find out the next phase of Roger’s brilliant project and meet the players that try to control and subvert his creations for the benefit of government ambitions.

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About Tegon MausTegon Maus

Tegon Maus was raised pretty much the same as everyone else… devoted mother, strict father and all the imaginary friends he could conjure. Not that he wasn’t friendly, he just wasn’t “people orientated”. Maybe he lived in his head way more than he should have, maybe not. He liked machines more than people, at least he did until I met his wife.

The first thing he can remember writing was for her. For the life of him he can’t remember what it was about… something about dust bunnies under the bed and monsters in my closet. It must have been pretty good because she married him shortly after that. He spent a good number of years chasing other dreams before he got back to writing.

It wasn’t a deliberate conscious thought, it was more of a stepping stone. His wife and himself had joined a dream interpret group and we were encouraged to write down our dreams as they occurred. “Be as detailed as you can,” we were told.

He was thrilled. If there is one thing he enjoys it’s making people believe him and he likes to exaggerate. Not a big exaggeration or an outright lie mind you, just a little step out of sync, just enough so you couldn’t be sure if it were true or not. When he writes, he always write with the effort of “it could happen” very much in mind and nothing, he guarantees you, nothing, makes him happier.

He has consistently placed in the top 3 in 189 writing contest in a variety of genres and has been featured in magazines a couple of times to raise money for Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital.

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Book Review – “Machines of the Little People” by Tegon Maus

Machines of the Little People

Machines of the Little People
The Eve Project: Book 1
Author – Tegon Maus
Tirgearr Publishing

3.5 Stars

Tegon Maus takes us on a romp into the mind and products of a genius inventor/scientist, via his not as intelligent brother in law. Ben Harris is a broken and lonely man. His sister died three years ago of cancer. His brother in law disappeared, missing the funeral entirely. Now Roger has reappeared with a new wife who is nearly a copy of Ben’s sister. When the new wife turns up dead as well with Roger in the wind, the chase is on. Government agents and strange little creatures coming out of the walls complicate the race to find Roger and get the truth about what happened.

The author does a great job of feeding us one mini bombshell after another before the whole thing goes nuclear in the end. Where I was tripped up the most was in the proofing. The first chapter or two needed another read through as there were multiple times I was pulled out of the story to reread a section to make sure I was understanding what was going on. Once a few chapters in, these seemed to smooth out.

If you are looking for a short read with wild technological advances wrapped in government conspiracy, grab “Machines of the Little People”. Tegon won’t disappoint you.

Machines of the Little People