Luke Sky Wachter

Biography

Hey there guys. This is your friendly neighborhood Author, stopping by for a quick biography. As you probably guessed my name isn't Luke Sky Wachter. My real name is on the cover art. For those of you who've been interested enough to take a peak at it. It is true that I'm publishing under my Son's name. As you can probably guess from that little factoid, I'm a huge Sci-fi buff, having named my son after such an iconic figure and all that.

For more information on the status of my current projects and general updates visit www.pacificcrestpublishing.com and my blog http://blog.pacificcrestpublishing.com/

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Books

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Smashwords book reviews by Luke Sky Wachter

  • Radiation Angels: The Chimerium Gambit on July 18, 2011

    This book had the potential for greatness. It just didn't quite make it. We had two big battles. I loved the first one. It was totally awsome. The 2nd one... what can I say, I found myself skimming and had to force myself to stop and read the whole protracted 2nd battle in case I missed something. Never a good sign. Anyway lots of potential here for a great series but the author IMO needs to cut the fat and focus on more fun aspects. But then that's just me. The Deposed King
  • Radiation Angels: The Chimerium Gambit on July 18, 2011

    This book had the potential for greatness. It just didn't quite make it. We had two big battles. I loved the first one. It was totally awsome. The 2nd one... what can I say, I found myself skimming and had to force myself to stop and read the whole protracted 2nd battle in case I missed something. Never a good sign. Anyway lots of potential here for a great series but the author IMO needs to cut the fat and focus on more fun aspects. But then that's just me. The Deposed King
  • Radiation Angels: The Chimerium Gambit on July 18, 2011

    This book had the potential for greatness. It just didn't quite make it. We had two big battles. I loved the first one. It was totally awsome. The 2nd one... what can I say, I found myself skimming and had to force myself to stop and read the whole protracted 2nd battle in case I missed something. Never a good sign. Anyway lots of potential here for a great series but the author IMO needs to cut the fat and focus on more fun aspects. But then that's just me. The Deposed King