A good book should not only leave the reader satisfied, it should leave the brain buzzing. James L. Rubart’s Rooms does just that

16Dec09

A good book should not only leave the reader satisfied, it should leave the brain buzzing. James L. Rubart’s Rooms does just that. It is the kind of book that is not only read, but talked about long after the last page has been turned.  —Alton Gansky, novelist (Enoch, Certain Jeopardy)

A fresh voice, a unique and captivating story, and a well-crafted plot makes James L. Rubart’s Rooms unforgettable. The universe of readers is richer because of this debut novel.—Alton Gansky, novelist (Enoch, Certain Jeopardy)
Sometimes the heart is where the home is. For each of us there are rooms to explore. In his debut novel, Rooms, James L. Rubart shows what happens when we do. A definite can’t-put-down book.—Alton Gansky, novelist (Enoch, Certain Jeopardy)
Jim Rubart
What would you find if you walked into the rooms of your soul?
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One Response to “A good book should not only leave the reader satisfied, it should leave the brain buzzing. James L. Rubart’s Rooms does just that”

  1. I love Rooms already. It came in this afternoon’s mail and I have read 95 pages straight and aim to make it 100 by bedtime. It is my idea of the perfect book and I wish you would let your publishers know how glad I was to receive a copy in the mail. I am going to hug this book in my sleep!


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