Made for me: "Excellent book....would highly recommend it." -Amazon customer. see below for more reader reviews of Made for me, Seeing through sampson's eyes , From Bedlam to Ben, and Detours in time
"Pamela's writing style is intriguing, poetic, with very down-to-earth dialogue."- Boyko
Reviews continued below
* I enjoyed reading about the subtle changes our future may hold. Can't wait to 'see' what happens next. This was a quick read and the story line paced accordingly. - Mo M.
*I really enjoyed this... The author created a different, yet plausible, world that could well be where we are headed.
*I loved how quickly I realized I cared for the main characters... The futuristic aspects of the book make it a fun read while the emotions in the book grab you. -Cathy B.
*A fun romp in the future...very easy to enjoy. - Alberta D.
*Excellent character exposition. There was a strangely hypnotic flow to the relationship. I turned the TV off to get the feel for this story. I couldn't put it down. -Goodreads User
Seeing Through Sampson's Eyes (Book 2)
Amazon: I found the progression of the story to be enticing, ... The subject of android vs human in the world is written in such a way that it made me thoughtful about prejudice in general, of different races and 'statuses'.-Ann P.
Goodreads: This futuristic novella is a quick and fun read! -Karen
Amazon/ Goodreads Review excerpt: The plot develops nicely and that made me find the story enticing and I had to read it up to the end. The subject of android vs human in the world is very controversial and the author managed to deal very well with this matter, even arising awareness to prejudice and making the reader see the other perspective on this matter.-Rowena
Amazon review excerpt: This was a well-written book that featured a truly fascinating world. Many futuristic android dystopia have been written, and this one is very good. Fundamentally, this is an allegory that deals with truisms that are not exclusive to future android technology. It holds the pain, injustice, and danger that is part of any story that juxtaposes an upper class against an underclass. -Kilby
From Bedlam to Ben, Bk 3
Amazon Review: ..."As always the story is well written and thought provoking about prejudices of humanity. This is a short read but overall another great read from Pamela Canepa, albeit a short one." 4 stars. - Ann
Goodreads/Amazon Review: This short novella reveals a whole new world of sci-fi issues, concerning the future development of humanity, technology and interpersonal relationships...
The unusual romantic love story of Norrie and the 'transforming' Ben is fascinating. The naturally arising question of true emotions, feelings and conscience is also a main theme in the
storyline. Pamela's writing style is intriguing, poetic, with very down-to-earth dialogue. 5 stars-Boyko
Detours in Time, New, 6/16/17
Emily Lou Reads blog review:"My highest praise to Pamela Canepa, who just wrote this book in such a captivating way that the reader will not want to put it down until the very last page and even then the reader will be dying to reach for more." -Emily Louise
Amazon Reviewer: "I must say that I had a great time reading this book and am happy to recommend....Join the author on this amazing journey."
Ann Pratley: "This was great writing and a thought provoking storyline. My kind of story!"
Amazon UK Reviewer: "I found it quite interesting and some of the ideas and characters brilliant and we'll developed."
TDCbookreviews: "This is a great book and if you love time travel and romance you will love this book!"
Literary Titan: By creating a recent past setting, a practically present setting, and a not too distant future setting, Canepa creates a science fiction novel that relies on her well-developed plot and inter-character relationships rather than the spaceships, aliens, and high-tech gadgets of many science fiction works...A truly five-star novel, Detours in Time is a well-written and interesting story with characters who are developed independently and whose relationships are carefully crafted."