Ron Ecker

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Smashwords book reviews by Ron Ecker

  • Aopato on March 14, 2013

    I have read a lot of Sci-Fi Fantasy in my life and I place this book up at the front of all that I have read. It is an alternate reality but it doesn't simply drop this reality. It modifies it and gains its life from that modification. Those of you looking to get away from using the tools of evil to fight evil will surely appreciate this book. It has all the topics: love, fear, romance -- all handled with a delicacy that leaves the reader with hope that the future is worth staying around for and who knows, maybe it will even be better than we can envision. This is a MUST read. I encourage all of you to add this to your e-library.
  • Turn Back on March 14, 2013

    In this final installment of the trilogy, the Aopota once again find themselves looking to strengthen themselves and surviving the onslaught of the Opposites. Through the character of Ty we begin to see how the Opposites occur. And then we see the hope that Sonya has in dealing with them. We see her empathy in the situation. This installment has humour, irony, romance, and all the necessary elements to make the story come alive for the reader. I encourage all of you to this book! It is a MUST read.
  • Remedy on March 14, 2013

    The second in the series of the Aopato is another great story. Handicapped by the lack of pairs, Sonya's family searches for those who will willingly join them. Once again the family must work around the Opposites who wish nothing more than to totally destroy the Aopato. The solution to solving the pairing handicap once again leaves the reader with the impression that the future, while not devoid of pain and suffering can and will result in a time where healing and joy will triumph. Again, a MUST read for everyone! Get the book people!
  • Remedy on March 14, 2013

    The second in the series of the Aopato is another great story. Handicapped by the lack of pairs, Sonya's family searches for those who will willingly join them. Once again the family must work around the Opposites who wish nothing more than to totally destroy the Aopato. The solution to solving the pairing handicap once again leaves the reader with the impression that the future, while not devoid of pain and suffering can and will result in a time where healing and joy will triumph. Again, a MUST read for everyone! Get the book people!
  • Remedy on March 14, 2013

    The second in the series of the Aopato is another great story. Handicapped by the lack of pairs, Sonya's family searches for those who will willingly join them. Once again the family must work around the Opposites who wish nothing more than to totally destroy the Aopato. The solution to solving the pairing handicap once again leaves the reader with the impression that the future, while not devoid of pain and suffering can and will result in a time where healing and joy will triumph. Again, a MUST read for everyone! Get the book people!
  • Remedy on March 14, 2013

    This is the second in the trilogy about the Aopato. Sonya must solve the problem of an imbalance within the family and so she turns to what she knows best. The result is a story poignant with romance, intrigue, suspense, love and triumph. Once again we see evil being battled without using evil's tools. Great reading! I encourage everyone to get this series and read and reread it! A MUST addition to your library.