WH Bell

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Smashwords book reviews by WH Bell

  • Shorelines: Stories from the Sea on May 14, 2012
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    Good read! Wide variety of interpretations of the theme.
  • Shorelines: Stories from the Sea on May 14, 2012

    Good read! A wide variety of interpretations on the theme.
  • The Dragons of Little Markhampton - Original Version on May 20, 2012

    An enchanting tale of friendly dragons! As the information suggests, some of the words are rather long for younger children to read alone, but they would enjoy the story. Equally appealing to adults the story is amusing and a good read.
  • Stories of The Golden Age of Northumbria on May 27, 2012

    Interesting! Not overly religious despite the subject matter - if anything more historical to fit the time-scale. The final trilogy contains some historical violence - more suitable for older children, but most of the book is fine for younger children.
  • Tales from the Rails on May 27, 2012

    A wide variety of stories and poems on the railway theme, quirky, historical, modern, fiction and fictionalized facts. A good read!
  • Silver on May 27, 2012

    Again an interesting mix of stories on a theme from this group of writers, this time embracing legends, crime, autobiography and historical fiction. Something for everyone!
  • The Power Behind The Throne on July 09, 2012

    A good read! This author's style is quite gentle and unusual in modern terms but still has twists you don't expect. It draws the reader into the story and keeps them wondering how it will be resolved - right to the end.
  • How to Survive Hard Times on July 09, 2012

    An interesting mix of stories with good ideas for penny-pinching and cost-cutting woven through.
  • 'Of Sports and Queens and Diamond Scenes...' on July 30, 2013

    An interesting collection of fact, impressions and fiction, mainly on the combined themes of British Royalty and the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. Stories include one about a disabled child and the Olympic torch, and another which argues the relevance of the Royal Family in modern Britain. The only story which doesn't fit the general theme is one which refers to the downfall of Glasgow Rangers Football Club - another event of 2012, though it is still sport and so I suppose it loosely fits.