Rosie's post from last week HERE
Along with his beautiful wife, Kit Fairchild, and 100 fellow travellers, Ryan leads a coalition of environmentalists, feminists, pacifists, and progressive multiculturalists of every hue to a pristine tropical island—where they establish a State of Paradise, harvest the bounties of nature, and enjoy a tranquil repose from the strictures of life in America.
Now, the secular pilgrims of New Plymouth must strive to implement their ideals. Will their New World prove an island paradise or an unattainable pipe dream? Will progressive principles flourish or collapse in the face of internal dissent and external threats? Will their colony survive its first summer? 102 idealists must answer these questions even as they face obstacles and terrors that none of them could have imagined when they sailed west from San Francisco Bay.
Summing up: I've actually written it on my to-read list - which shows that people CAN discover your book via an Amazon browse. The cover made me take a look, but after that it was all down to the blurb. If the subject matter hadn't appealed, it would have been a pass. If it had been badly written (sloppy, badly punctuated, etc), it would have been a definite pass. Over 4 quid might have made me think twice, too.