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The New Frontier

Pacific Book Review

“The New Frontier is an essential read. Wayne L. Wilson doesn’t just tell a story; he invites you into it, urging you to witness the literal and metaphorical fires that forge the strength of the human spirit.”

D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

“Libraries seeking fictional examples of racism in America’s history would do well to add The New Frontier to their libraries and recommended reading lists.”

Foreword Clarion Reviews

"In the arresting historical novel The New Frontier, a boy who’s enamored of comic-book feats confronts dark truths and real villains in the suburbs."

New Book: New Frontier by author Waine L. Wilson

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About The Author

Wayne L. Wilson

Wayne L. Wilson was born in Los Angeles, California to a policeman/homicide detective and an executive secretary for the County Board of Supervisors. He earned his Master of Arts in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Readers’ Opinions

Another yet commendable quality is this author's ability to keep readers engaged. Every page had its own allure thereby keeping you hooked within the lines.... With a writing style that is clear, concise, and comprehendible, this book offered me a thrilling reading experience. Hence I recommend it for every reader young or old.

Goodness CN

I recommend this book to anyone interested in historical fiction with a heartfelt coming-of-age twist. The book transcends genres, offering a compelling narrative that will resonate with readers of all backgrounds. It serves as a reminder of the importance of acceptance, friendship, and resilience in the face of adversity.

Tosin Le

Those who enjoy reading Teen & Young Adult fiction on racism should get their hands on this book. The plot of the story is intriguing....The story made me realize that change isn't easy and comes with its own challenges but is necessary for better opportunities. The author has done great work in this book. It's a story worth reading.

sassy_ 39

Why should you read this book? Because it offers more than just a historical recount; it reflects the past’s ongoing dialogue with the present.

Rahul

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