Kathy Hall

Biography

Kathy Lynn Hall is truly a Jill-of-all-trades, having been everything from an executive to a cab driver. Her life experience plays into her plots and she pulls heavily from her experience as a journalist. A native Californian, who has lived in Northwest and Southeast as well as Arizona, she’s recently returned to California to live in as simple a life as possible in an RV and pursue her passion – writing.

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Smashwords book reviews by Kathy Hall

  • American Goddesses on Dec. 07, 2012

    If you're looking for pure fun and entertainment, this is the book for you. If you love strong women, super-heroes and happy endings, this is the book for you. It took me a few pages to get into the story, mainly because I wasn't aware of what it was about. When the tale quickly turned to the female super-heroes dealing with the repercussions of their new-found powers, I was hooked. Without being a ending-spoiler, let me just say when you get the part where Mama Rosie shows up, you'll really be having a ball. Mr. Henry clearly loves women, while at the same time being very realistic about our common traits. When certain things happened in the story, I found myself saying, "Oh, yeah, that's exactly how it would go down." If you're a woman reading this book, you're going to feel like a million just being on our team. But Henry doesn't beat up on the men. There are very lovable male characters to enjoy as well. I'm looking forward to the next book because the author clearly set up expectations for a sequel.
  • American Goddesses on Dec. 07, 2012

    If you're looking for pure fun and entertainment, this is the book for you. If you love strong women, super-heroes and happy endings, this is the book for you. It took me a few pages to get into the story, mainly because I wasn't aware of what it was about. When the tale quickly turned to the female super-heroes dealing with the repercussions of their new-found powers, I was hooked. Without being a ending-spoiler, let me just say when you get the part where Mama Rosie shows up, you'll really be having a ball. Mr. Henry clearly loves women, while at the same time being very realistic about our common traits. When certain things happened in the story, I found myself saying, "Oh, yeah, that's exactly how it would go down." If you're a woman reading this book, you're going to feel like a million just being on our team. But Henry doesn't beat up on the men. There are very lovable male characters to enjoy as well. I'm looking forward to the next book because the author clearly set up expectations for a sequel.