So, I just took a break from reading the last Harry Potter book (I am sure that Harry has to die, if not, then I will have to kill him for taking so long, to move the plot forward), and I read the "pseudo" introduction to Divine Nobodies. Boy, was it good! I get sent a lot of books to read and review for Next-Wave. It is hard to know which ones are worth reading, and I don’t have time to read them all (remember I have to read the Harry Potters and the Brad Thors, and the Vince Flynns, James Pattersons, you get the idea, right?). But this Palmer, guy, I have to read his stuff.
He commends his readers at the end of the "first" introduction:
"If I haven’t scared you off by now with the vision of me sitting in an old recliner in my garage watching Mr. Holland’s Opus on my little fuzzy-screen TV, fighting off the tears, then you may actually get somethng out of the rest of this. But I’m not promising anything."