The Auroral Entanglement was given the prestigious Rising Star Award and the Editor's Choice Award by Publisher I-Universe. These awards are part of their author recognition programs.
Pacific Book Review gave the book a Review Star, awarded to Books of Excellent Merit, writing, "The Auroral Entanglement truly finds the wonder in everyday life and explores an extraordinary gift in an ordinary world, fully embracing the idea of walking in another person’s shoes. James Nabi Michael’s style is down to earth, which makes the story even more appealing. A majority of the story is with the people that Jack helps from the boy lost in the woods to the mother and son estranged. The amazing thing with these stories is how easy they are to relate to because they’re everyday stories which finds the beauty in life. A book with a twist, I recommend The Auroral Entanglement to all fans of the Sci-Fi genre."
Here's an Amazon Review of the Novel by Mike Smith - thanks Mike! 5-Star: Thoughtfully creative! By Mike Smith on April 27, 2013 Format: Kindle Edition. The premise is most intriguing. This author captures and describes many geographical settings in a way that makes you want to visit. Thank you for this most interesting read!
Leon Cooper, Author of Water, A to Z and author of Blown to Bits: 20,000 Feet over Ploesti writes, "The aviation aspects of the book, The Auroral Entanglement, are highly accurate. The author either has firsthand experience in flying and maintaining planes, or he has an excellent advisor by his side. I find myself right there with Jack as he goes through the paces." Thank you Leon!
Christopher Middleton, award-winning UK journalist and human behavior expert writes, ""