Anthony Montano

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Smashwords book reviews by Anthony Montano

  • Elevator Going Down on Dec. 06, 2012

    The title says it all, except for the sort of double meaning or really triple meaning of the title that you won't get until the end of the story. Not sure if this is meant as dark comedy, but it's a keeper.
  • East Garrison on Dec. 06, 2012

    It takes a lot to get my attention, but East Garrison grabbed mine right away. I'm familiar with Fort Ord and the details in this book brought back memories. I bought a hard copy at one of the author events and had it signed. I like it so much that I bought her second edition in E-book format because of the cool stuff she added to it—photos of settings in the book, a map where every major event happened, and even a new chapter about the beast…mountain lion. Well worth the couple dollars.
  • Significance of the Missing White Dot on Dec. 06, 2012

    I like the format of this story and the way it slowly comes out, but it's not predictable at all. Very realistically written. Didn't depress me. It fascinated me. Terrific writing.
  • Roundabout on Dec. 06, 2012

    This reads like a smart detective mini-novel. I didn't want to put this down. Reminded me of a Stephen King story with very good characterizations. The title is great. I highly recommend this and the author’s other work.
  • The Rationale on Dec. 06, 2012

    Highly recommend this story. It'll put a new twist to your Christmas fare. This really will haunt you. Unique. Short and powerful story.
  • Hope Janitorial on Dec. 06, 2012

    Love this story! G.M. Weger must have a very interesting sense of humor. This story is entertaining, odd, and funny. Download it and see for yourself.
  • The Rationale on Dec. 06, 2012

    Highly recommend this story. It'll put a new twist to your Christmas fare. This really will haunt you. Unique. Short and powerful story.
  • House of Wreckers on Dec. 06, 2012

    Kind of a sweet story with some of the elements of romance that are written in a way that rings true (we all have fantasies about)...especially once we hit forty-plus. Having a crush on a blue-collar worker is universal for women, isn't it? But then what would I know?!
  • The Rationale on Dec. 06, 2012

    Highly recommend this story. It'll put a new twist to your Christmas fare. This really will haunt you. Unique. Short and powerful story.