AFS Gets Nod from Goodreads Heavyweight

Aditi Saha, the #1 Top Reviewer at Goodreads, recently reached out to me and asked if she could read a copy of A Father’s Son. If I paid for the shipping to India, she promised to review it – and she has done precisely that. As per the beginning of her review:
As said by the author, Umberto Eco, “I believe that what we become depends on what our fathers teach us at odd moments, when they aren’t trying to teach us. We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.” , in the same way, a very talented author of this generation, Richard Harris, has tried to portray those true words of Umberto Eco in his book, A Father’s Son through his exquisite words. A Father’s Son is a tale of a son and his estranged father, and how they hold onto each other in the very difficult times of their lives.
She has been extremely kind in her review of my novel and an absolute joy to communicate with. She’s also the most voracious reader I think I’ve ever met!
I am extremely grateful for the chance to share my novel with someone on the other side of the planet. Click here to read the rest of the review.



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