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Carlos Abreu posts on 1/20/2006 10:15:32 AM Hello: My first encounter with Stel books has been DECIPHER and it couldn't be a better one. Although I am seeing nices postings about GENE so I gues that is where I am going next. Any more good suggestions like these. I would really appreciate. And Stel, please, keep them coming.
John Gosden posts on 1/6/2006 9:03:47 PM One of the most fascinating and gripping books I have read in a long time - and, retired here in Thailand I read a book a day on average - though Decipher lasted ne three days! Now looking for Gene, and hoping it keeps up the standard. And whoever compared Stel to Dan Brown insults his talent.
Nick Moulton posts on 12/21/2005 3:46:50 PM Hi Stel, Very much enjoying Gene at the moment. Think it would make an excellent film. Hope all's well. Good to se you're still posting,Judith - look forward to hearing from you,



Mike posts on 12/19/2005 10:02:42 PM Hi Stel, Mike in Thailand here. I haven't been in touch due to many events like monsoon rains, flooding, having to move house and no home access to the internet. I enjoyed Gene and thought it very well written. The historical side of the story interested me mostly, and as you know from my scribbling, I liked the soul migration (?) side, but... a little to doom laden and medically informative for me at times. Still, I will always have time to read anything you put to paper. Keep doing what you do best! Regards, Mike
Thomas posts on 12/5/2005 8:35:57 PM Can anyone point me in the direction of where I can purchase Gene in the United States? Thanks in advance.
adrian brooke posts on 12/3/2005 4:25:52 PM Fantastic book, excellent story, why isn't it a film, congratulations on a truly beautiful piece of literature, had me gripped from second one. i can't wait to read more of your work, fantastic!!
judith posts on 11/22/2005 7:57:58 AM Hi stel. Got your email and replied.So the ballis truly in your court.Waiting to hear allyour news.Nick I got yours aswell but am really useless at finding time to reply, hence the above message!Will do so soon though!
Mo posts on 11/19/2005 5:35:49 PM I would like to congradulate you for the exellent work, I tired to obtain the second one but I have to wait it ran out from Books .etc. The story was well crafted and the detail was great. Keep it up hope to see it as a film
Stephen Maritn posts on 11/13/2005 12:00:56 AM I had an opportunity to read Gene a couple of weeks ago. The writing is gritty, graphic and dark at times, but it was a very informative, entertaining and enjoyable read. I love the book Stel. I know some of your personal journey, therfore certain parts pertaining to relationships that had a special meaning to me. The way you weaved the story from past to present was brilliant! Your detail to fact makes the read more believable. I appreciate that. The book is a great reminder that war and revenge have no value. Thank you! Next....Decipher.:-D Best to you always my friend. Stephen
Ranorith posts on 11/12/2005 7:55:05 AM You're actually being compared to Dan Brown? I wouldn't begrudge him his fame. I'd be insulted you've been put in the same category as him. Keep up the good work. I've read Decipher and Gene and I love the way your work is progressing and how you can do different styles. Very much looking forward to the next book. :)
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