Davida Camillo

Books

This member has not published any books.

Smashwords book reviews by Davida Camillo

  • Ancients and Old Ones : Book 8 of the Heku Series on June 26, 2011

    I also read this book off facebook last week and the book is amazing. This book is a great end to the series. It helps to wrap up open story lines and gives great information on Heku. We also get to see Emily evolve and see a little more about her background from a childhood friend turned Heku.
  • Unicorn Witch on Aug. 27, 2012

    Great Read For Teens and Adults It starts out with a young but powerful woman trying to save her home. It turns into a great story of love, friendship, determination, respect, magic, and mystery. It is set on another planet with magic and unicorns. All the action (romance/ violence) is there but mild enough for teens to read and intriguing enough for adults to be interested. The main characters are Tyana Counter, the young powerful witch and her familiar Karim (unicorn). Detective Sergeant Marcus Samuels, a new arrival from Earth and him familiar Rebel (unicorn). They have many friends along the way that help them in their journey. The discover other species that live in their world that they have no idea existed. The plot was exciting and I did not see the true villain or savior until it got to them so you wanted to keep reading to find out “who, why, how”. There are some interesting issues raised in the book that are taken from our own struggles with humanity and equality with race and gender. There are a few grammar errors but not enough that I stopped reading. The book was a nice read I hope there is more stories from this world. The book ended nicely and there is room for more books but it does not demand more to finish this story. It was a quick read for me and I enjoyed it. I will definitely be looking are more from this author as this was my first by Derek White.
  • Unicorn Witch on Aug. 27, 2012

    Great Read For Teens and Adults It starts out with a young but powerful woman trying to save her home. It turns into a great story of love, friendship, determination, respect, magic, and mystery. It is set on another planet with magic and unicorns. All the action (romance/ violence) is there but mild enough for teens to read and intriguing enough for adults to be interested. The main characters are Tyana Counter, the young powerful witch and her familiar Karim (unicorn). Detective Sergeant Marcus Samuels, a new arrival from Earth and him familiar Rebel (unicorn). They have many friends along the way that help them in their journey. The discover other species that live in their world that they have no idea existed. The plot was exciting and I did not see the true villain or savior until it got to them so you wanted to keep reading to find out “who, why, how”. There are some interesting issues raised in the book that are taken from our own struggles with humanity and equality with race and gender. There are a few grammar errors but not enough that I stopped reading. The book was a nice read I hope there is more stories from this world. The book ended nicely and there is room for more books but it does not demand more to finish this story. It was a quick read for me and I enjoyed it. I will definitely be looking are more from this author as this was my first by Derek White.