This is satire at its mysterious and thought provoking best. I read it in one session, because I could not put it down. Last Train From Ghost Town is a masterpiece in itself. Easily as good as Spirits Of A LesserGod and Visit From A LesserGod.
by Maureen O'Neil
What makes this so strong is that the characters are so believable, so realistic that they make each plot take on a life of its own. Each plot is so bizarre, so unpredictable that the reader doesn`t have an inkling to where they are being lead. Just like Spirits Of A Lesser God and Visit From A Lesser God.
by Sabrina Delgado
This is what I would call ´Right in your face writing `. Just like Spirits Of A Lesser God and Visit From A Lesser God the characters are so diverse and flawed that the reader has to follow them right to the end of each plot and scenario.
by Paul Jacobs
This is the one book that I have read lately which really stands out. Fascinating and lively stuff. Last Train From Ghost Town is so fast and emotive that the sheer drama of the final sequence of events leaves the reader in awe. AR Forte really knows what he`s doing with his style of writing.
by Barbara Manning
I would definately recommend this , if you are looking for something completely different. The characters could easily pass as next door neighbours, or simple, bland people that you know. And then they come alive with awesome reality.
by Gary Sharples
As with Spirits Of A Lesser God & Visit From A Lesser God ; The poem at the beginning of the book vertually implies that the reader is being followed, steered along and directed. Then he trips you up. Very shrewd and crafty writing.
by Darren Tweddle
The one thing that is sure and stands out about this writer is that the reader is not going to get bored and detached from the story-lines. Each one is a designed to keep the reader intrigued.
by Anita Hall.
This is a completely different style of writing. He speaks to the reader as if he is he is casually talking to an old pal. He is not trying to dazzle the reader with artistic, profound insights and observations.
by Steve Franklin