PUYB Blog Tour & Review: Ladies And Gentlemen…..The Redeemers by Michael Scott Miller

Posted 29 June, 2011 by Molly(Cover To Cover Cafe) in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

About the Book:
Ladies and Gentlemen…The Redeemers tells the story of Bert Ingram, once a successful rep in the music industry, who has lost his way. Desperate for redemption, the perpetual dreamer decides to put together a band, recruiting musicians who have only one thing in common: the need to overcome a significant obstacle in their lives. The volatile mix of the musicians’ personalities and backgrounds threatens to derail the band at every opportunity, but in time, the Redeemers begin to realize they have more to gain from one another than they ever could have imagined.

About the Author:
Michael Scott Miller works with numbers by day in the business world and with words by night. He began writing shortly after graduating from the University of Pennsylvania and has had his work published in the Welcomat (now Philadelphia Weekly) and wrote music reviews for the Wharton Journal while his wife was getting her degree there.

Miller’s debut novel, Ladies and Gentlemen…The Redeemers, has been downloaded more than ten thousand times and has received tremendously positive reader feedback, earning 4-star to 5-star ratings at Amazon, barnesandnoble.com, Smashwords, and Kobo. The complete set of reader reviews and comments can be accessed at https://feeds.rapidfeeds.com/40309/ .

Miller grew up in Cherry Hill, New Jersey and now lives in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania with his wife and three children.

You can visit Michael Scott Miller’s website at www.ladiesandgentlementheredeemers.com or connect with him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/MichaelScMiller or Facebook atwww.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=1206880325.

My Review:
Michael Scott Miller has hit it out of the ball park with this fictional novel. Miller is a new to me author, and frankly, I nearly talked myself out of reviewing this. But, I gave him a chance as I do all authors. I am super stoked that I didn’t turn this one down! The writing is phenomenal, the characters are interestingly different, and the plot line will have your mind gears a turnin.

Bert Ingram is a man who had it all……and lost it. Not wanting to stay lost, he decides to start over with his life and he does that by starting a band. But not just your ordinary band. He wants to help others like him. Others who have lost things in life, who need a new start. So, with the belief that you can accomplish your dreams, no matter what, Bert and this mixed up band set out to redeem themselves, turn their lives around and become friends.

This is a really great book. Miller’s debut novel is by far a four star worthy book, and one whose message of redemption and perseverance is loud and strong through out the pages. I highly recommend you read this endearing, fun book this summer. You’ll be a fan of Miller in no time! I can’t wait for another book by this fantastic new author!

You can purchase your copy here.

Visit the other stops on the tour:

Monday, June 6
Book spotlighted at As the Pages Turn
Tuesday, June 7
Guest blogging at Acting Balanced
Wednesday, June 8
Book reviewed at Acting Balanced
Thursday, June 9
Friday, June 10
Book reviewed at Mad Moose Mama
Monday, June 13
Interviewed at Literarily Speaking
Tuesday, June 14
Guest blogging at Literal Exposure
Wednesday, June 15
Interviewed at Blogcritics
Thursday, June 16
Book reviewed at April’s Lifestyle Show
Friday, June 17
Book reviewed at Reading Frenzy
Book spotlighted at Donna’s Blog Home
Monday, June 20
Guest blogging at Teresa’s Reading Corner
Interviewed at Pump Up Your Book
Tuesday, June 21
Guest blogging at The Book Bin
Wednesday, June 22
Guest blogging at The Book Faery Reviews
Thursday, June 23
Friday, June 24
Interviewed at The Writer’s Life
Monday, June 27
Interviewed at Beyond the Books
Tuesday, June 28
Book reviewed at Life in Review
Wednesday, June 29
Book reviewed at Book Reviews by Molly
Thursday, June 30
Book reviewed at Just Another Book Addict
Book reviewed at The Book Faery Reviews

*This book was provided for review by PumpUpYourBook*

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