Thomas Duder

Biography

Thomas Duder is the writing name for some other guy. Born with an aggressive passion for violence, writing, music, and hobbies both cerebral as well as physical, Thomas Duder seeks to conquer the world of e-books.

Well, not inexactly "conquer" as he just seeks to entertain and increase his fanbase.

See for yourself these critical reviews from the man himself:

"I am a Martian." - Thomas Duder, two days ago.

"It's not that I like writing, it's just that I like eating." - Thomas Duder, a month ago, yelling bout how the end times are a-comin' at a local grocery store.

"Why are you typing everything I'm sayin'? Wait, you're typin' everything I'm sayin'?!" - Thomas Duder, just about now.

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Books

The Generalist - Taboo 1: Where's The Beef? (TYVM Edition)
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Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 36,060. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2014. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
It's raining catgirls, the Shopkeepers are pissed, and life has just gotten complicated for Agent Maxwell, the newest member of the "Spook Squad," the FBI unit that polices the various supernatural events that plagues this city of tomorrow. Not only must he babysit the cantankerous and volatile Shopkeepers, but he must learn the ins and outs of Neo-LA before it finishes what Detroit started!
The Generalist - Taboo 0: Cliché of Memories (TYVM Edition)
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Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 26,100. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2014. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
A bathtub full of blood and a head empty of memories. While I'm pretty certain that's not the normal way that I wake up on a daily basis, it's certainly how THIS day starts! From there it's a hop, skip, and a jump into more crap than I'm fairly certain I can handle. Fighting my way through a city full of magic and monsters, and doing my damndest to figure out who and, possibly, what I am.
The Generalist - Taboo 2: Magic and Mayhem
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Series: The Generalist, Book 3. Price: $2.50 USD. Words: 27,530. Language: English. Published: November 4, 2013. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
Assassins on the outside,an employee strike from the inside, the Order of Magi have sent a pesky, perky pest with an order for Frank's arrest, and apparently there's a bell tower on the top of The Shop that no one remembers existed. Naturally it's Monday, and The Shopkeepers are already out of coffee and patience alike.
The Generalist - Taboo 1: Where's The Beef?
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Series: The Generalist, Book 2. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 36,030. Language: English. Published: October 28, 2012. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
It's raining catgirls, the Shopkeepers are pissed, and life has just gotten complicated for Agent Maxwell, the newest member of the "Spook Squad," the FBI unit that polices the various supernatural events that plagues this city of tomorrow. Not only must he babysit the cantankerous and volatile Shopkeepers, but he must learn the ins and outs of Neo-LA before it finishes what Detroit started!
The Generalist - Taboo 0: Cliché of Memories
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Series: The Generalist, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 26,060. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2012. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
(4.50 from 4 reviews)
A bathtub full of blood and a head empty of memories. While I'm pretty certain that's not the normal way that I wake up on a daily basis, it's certainly how THIS day starts! From there it's a hop, skip, and a jump into more crap than I'm fairly certain I can handle. Fighting my way through a city full of magic and monsters, and doing my damndest to figure out who and, possibly, what I am.

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Smashwords book reviews by Thomas Duder

  • A True Bizarre Story on Dec. 08, 2012

    Hmmmmmmmmm. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. 3/5. WAIT, WAIT, DON'T WALK AWAY! That's not to say this isn't a good story, it's just I'm an asshole. :D Seriously, it's actually quite the intriguing tale, a horror story that, content-wise, is just UP there, y'know? He may not be Robert R. McCammon, but he's certainly up there with Stephen King in presentation and atmosphere! I've read in at least one other review about Ryu's use of head-jumping, and I gotta agree. I can NOT agree when it comes to such a thing. Once per chapter, sure...but otherwise, this story could've been better simply by sticking to one point of view. The second issue was the editing, something that can be dealt with easily by reading for content...but the inner editor in me kept wanting to whip out the red pen. A B-/C+ effort for such a category. Like I said earlier, if not for these two little issues, he'd get a full-blown 5/5 from me simply due to the content alone - this kinda stuff can be serious nightmare fuel for some! Ultimately though, it's a good read. Is this tale $1.99-.99? Is it still free? Snag it, snag it now and enjoy a good literary scare. :D
  • A True Bizarre Story on Dec. 08, 2012

    On "A True Bizarre Story" Hmmmmmmmmm. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. 3/5. WAIT, WAIT, DON'T WALK AWAY! That's not to say this isn't a good story, it's just I'm an asshole. :D Seriously, it's actually quite the intriguing tale, a horror story that, content-wise, is just UP there, y'know? He may not be Robert R. McCammon, but he's certainly up there with Stephen King in presentation and atmosphere! I've read in at least one other review about Ryu's use of head-jumping, and I gotta agree. I can NOT agree when it comes to such a thing. Once per chapter, sure...but otherwise, this story could've been better simply by sticking to one point of view. The second issue was the editing, something that can be dealt with easily by reading for content...but the inner editor in me kept wanting to whip out the red pen. A B-/C+ effort for such a category. Like I said earlier, if not for these two little issues, he'd get a full-blown 5/5 from me simply due to the content alone - this kinda stuff can be serious nightmare fuel for some! Ultimately though, it's a good read. Is this tale $1.99-.99? Is it free? Snag it, snag it now and enjoy a good literary scare. :D