No one wants to spend days reading a random book, only to realize it is not what they expected and quit in the middle. You want to keep going, as you have already wasted lots of time, but is it really worth wasting even more time if the book is not too good? This is when Dr. Paul Newton comes in to make your life easier.
Known for its exquisite and unbiased reviews on ebooks, Dr. John Penton has become an authority in this industry. His reviews point out the best aspects of particular ebooks, as well as the negatives. There are no spoilers and no random words of appreciation, but just honest reviews to help readers make more informed decisions.
About Dr. John Penton
Dr. John Penton was born in 1973. His father – a professor – was an avid reader, so they had a massive library at home. His mother – a researcher – inspired the future doctor to invest time in reading and learning on a continuous basis.
His schooling years saw an avid learner. The young student used to finish a summer holiday literature within the first few weeks, only to expand his horizons and continue with novels out of the program. He was one of the most appreciated and prolific students in his teenage years.
While his parents covered two different academical fields, it was impossible for a young student to fail in finding a path in life when coming from such a family. By the time he finished high-school, he had his options straight – the medical school would have been a great choice for the future, while literature was his initial passion.
His dedication to reading and reviewing books transferred to the online field later on, as he is currently focused on more convenient ebooks.
Dr. John Penton studied at the University of Arizona, Phoenix and graduated from the College of Medicine. His education went further, as he undertook a few different specialist courses. At the same time, just like most other jobs in this industry, he keeps educating himself in the attempt to stay updated to the latest innovations.
While medicine is certainly the field he wanted to succeed in (and actually managed to), literature remains his biggest passion. His library comprise