The Hat by C.S. Boyack #RRBC

The Hat is now the most reviewed title I have. Visit Jan and see what she thought of it.

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5 starThe Hat is one of the most fun stories I have read all year! Here’s the blurb and my Five Star Review



Lizzie St. Laurent is dealing with many of the struggles of young life. She lost her grandmother, and her living arrangements. Her new roommate abandoned her, and she’s working multiple jobs just to keep her head above water.

She inherits an old hat from her grandmother’s estate, but it belonged to her grandfather. This is no ordinary hat, but a being from an alternate dimension. One with special powers.

Lizzie and the hat don’t exactly hit it off right away, but when her best friend’s newborn is kidnapped by a ring of baby traffickers, Lizzie turns to the hat for help. This leads her deep into her family history and a world she’s never known.

Lizzie gives up everything to rescue the babies. She loses her jobs…

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27 responses to “The Hat by C.S. Boyack #RRBC

  1. Congrats on the new milestone, Craig!

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  2. Awesome review, Craig. Bravo! 🙂

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  3. Congrats on another great review, Craig!

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  4. Grat review! I’ve added the book to my March reading list!! (finally!) Lol!

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  5. Loved the book, Craig. Not surprised others did as well.

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  6. I am reading this book now, Craig. So far I am really enjoying it and it is making me laugh (and learn new kinds of hats as well).

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  7. Congratulations. It’s well-deserved.

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  8. paulandruss

    Congratulations Craig, it is hard getting one’s work out there with an avalanche of stuff hitting each of us every day, but at least your work is being appreciated where it counts by a growing grass roots following… and this is the way all the best and most enduring stuff come up.

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