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The Trials of Solomon Parker by Eric Scott Fischl

The Trials of Solomon Parker

The Trials of Solomon Parker by Eric Scott Fischl
Mass Market Paperback
Oct 03, 2017 | 384 Pages
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The Trials of Solomon Parker is a darkly philosophical novel, one that feels very honest for all its lack of hope.”
– A Bookish Type

The Trials of Solomon Parker by Eric Scott Fischl is a ’What would happen if you could go back and fix your mistakes?’ book which succeeds when it breaks away from the expected pattern for such a book. Which it does. A lot. It succeeds a lot.”
– Anthony Eichenlaub

“In case you can’t tell, I really liked this book… I highly recommend The Trials of Solomon Parker. 4 hoots!”
– Purple Owl Reviews

PRAISE FOR DR POTTER’S MEDICINE SHOW

“Eric Scott Fischl offers up a powerful alchemical elixir concocted of post Civil War historical fiction, dark fantasy, Felliniesque flavoring, all in a ruby goblet of lapidary prose. Take the goblet, and drink deeply.”
– John Shirley, author of the A Song Called Youth trilogy 

Dr. Potter’s Medicine Show is a brilliant study of characters struggling against the monstrous to retain their own humanity. Fischl’s talent for voice and knack for characterization finds humor and beauty amidst horror and depravity. It’s heartbreaking, elegiac, and an absolute pleasure to read.”
– Carrie Patel, author of the Recoletta series

“Fischl has infused his tale of the old west with one part of alchemy and one part of gangster movie. The resultant brew is deliciously dark and entirely compelling.”
– Rod Duncan, Philip K Dick Award-nominated author of The Bullet-Catcher’s Daughter

“A word of advice: whatever you do, don’t drink the Sagwa. One part history, two parts fantasy, and three parts toe-curling horror. Drink it down. A grotesque elixir of history, fantasy, and toe-curling horror. Warning: may cause nausea, sleep disturbances, and compulsive page-turning. Not to be taken orally.”
– Arianne “Tex” Thompson, author of the Children of the Drought trilogy

“Dirty, dank, and dangerous. Dr Potter’s Medicine Show is the missing season of Carnivàle you didn’t know you needed until now.”
– Adam Rakunas, Philip K Dick Award-nominated author of Windswept

“An impressive book: the world is richly imagined, and the characters are vividly drawn. The mysteries are teased out at just the right pace, and I couldn’t put it down. If this show rolls around again, I’ll be first in line for a ticket.”
– Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog

“I enjoyed reading this. It’s well written and the characters are all well rounded and you know they’ve lived full lives before we met them. There’s a very oppressive, claustrophobic atmosphere which builds tension to a satisfying finale.”
– Helen Lindley

“This novel is dark, and at times violent. So be warned. But with each turn of the page I was transported to a different era, to events that were both strange and bizarre, and I loved it.”
– Buzzing Bookmark

“I highly recommend Dr. Potter’s Medicine Show. It’s a good story with great characters.”
– Purple Owl Reviews

“A great and wonderful read that won’t disappoint those used to fantasy, horror or suspense.”
– The Writers, Artists and Readers Guild

“How to describe the book? It’s almost as if Mary Shelley had set Frankenstein, or Robert Louis Stephenson Doctor Jekyll, in the Old West. But weirder than that, and funnier too. 4/5*”
– Blue Book Balloon

“The kind of story you should read while chugging cheap whiskey straight from the bottle and cussing up a storm. It’s an intense ride full of alchemy, death, and violence.”
– The Eichenblog

“If you’re looking for subtle but engrossing fantasy with a deliciously dark heart, then look no further, the doctor will see you now.”
– The Eloquent Page

“The old west is so well evoked you can almost smell the manure, the characters are incredible, leaping off the page and into your brain and the story carries you along in this miraculous world. Thrilling, entertaining and totally immersive.”
– Morpheus Tales

“The darkness and violence fits the overall tenor and style of the novel. It rattles along as a satisfying thriller, building to a climactic and horrific close.”
– Astounding Yarns

“Did I say dark? Wow, this book is dark.”
– Fed On Peaches

“If you’re easily freaked out, read this one with the lights on or with a buddy, and if you have a strong reaction to violence, proceed with caution.”
– Geek Dad

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