Timothy Nix

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The Days of Babylon: An Autobiography By A Former Stoner
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Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 73,250. Language: English. Published: March 14, 2010. Category: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
Follow the adventures of our former stoner, Tim, as he grows up from his innocent childhood in Alabama, to his adolescent adventures on the streets of Chicago, to his drug addiction troubles and mental illness in Indiana, to his painful recovery after suffering severe burns across his body in Wisconsin, until he finally ends up a mature and responsible man back home again in Alabama.

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  • Soul View on April 24, 2010
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    What if you could see inside and read the condition of people's souls? This gripping novel examines that question and all of its ramifications. I have read it twice now and discovered something new both times. I think it would be a good discussion book for book clubs, because it opens doors to how such an ability would affect yourself and those around you, how it would be perceived by those whose souls have been examined, and how such an ability might be used for both good and evil. 5 out of 5 stars.
  • The Voyage of the Minotaur on April 29, 2010
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    This first book in a new series delivers a rich new world, magic and technology, and exciting well written battles. That would have been enough to pique my interest in this amazing book. However, the complex and fully formed characters brimming with passion, duty, loyalty, and human failings make one care about them and their lives. Toss in a few modern day dinosaurs, and there is something here for everyone. I am now anxiously awaiting the second book in the sseries. I highly recommend this book for fans of all genres. Bambi Nix
  • We Don’t Plummet Out of the Sky Anymore on May 10, 2010

    I love a story with a good moral and a happy ending, and this is one of them. It made me smile that flying cars come around eventually, but good people remain the same anywhere and anytime. I give it all 5 stars. It's the feel-good hit of my Spring reading season! Bambi Nix (DixieGal)
  • The Losing Role on June 02, 2010
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    I read this book during a 16 hour car ride. It is not my usual genre, but the author's description and free offer made me give it a try. I am glad to have gotten it. I couldn't put it down. This story has twists and turns with every other page. Just when you think you have it figured out, the game changes and the old rules no longer apply. Finally, in the author's notes, it was surprising to find out about the research and realize it is historical fiction based on fact. I thorougly enjoyed this book and give it my highest recommendation. DixieGal (Bambi Nix)
  • The Losing Role on June 02, 2010

    I forgot to do the stars. Bambi
  • The Dark and Forbidding Land on Aug. 06, 2010

    I grabbed this book the moment it was available. Book 1 in the "Senta and the Steel Dragon" series, called "The Voyage of the Minotaur" was one of my favorite reads this year. This second book in the series maintains the high quality of writing from the first book. It has well rounded characters, rich scenery, and just the right bit of fantasy to make it a delight to read. I highly recommend all three books. (DixieGal) Bambi Nix
  • The Drache Girl on Aug. 06, 2010

    This book is different than the first two books in the series. Senta is older and more independent, but she begins to be stalked and tested by other powerful magic users. Her friends and boyfriend and Senta grow even closer to each other as they face more mature challenges. Perhaps the thing that I liked most is how easily the author pulls me into the book. I think Mr. Allison is an author to watch. He has a special ability to bring a world to life. I highly recommend this series. (DixieGal) Bambi Nix
  • The Book of Adam: Autobiography of the First Human Clone on Aug. 09, 2010

    (I purchased this at iBooks) This book is terrific, and I gave it a good recommendation at MobileRead. It is a book about the best and worst of humanity, and what it means to be human. This book made me think, to wonder what about myself I would and would not want a future version of myself to know. The writer is talented and has made a very enjoyable book. I couldn't put it down and finished it in two days. I highly recommend this book. Bambi Nix (DixieGal)