Felicity Knowles

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  • The Unfinished Song: Sacrifice (Book 3) on Dec. 24, 2011

    As she did in the previous novels in this series Tara Maya had me hooked and kept me that way the entire time. I'm loving this series, the culture she has created has depth which is often lacking in other books of this genre. Instead of a simple overview you learn more and more about the customs and culture as the book progresses. The story fits seamlessly together I only wish I wasn't left longing for Kavio and Dindi, will they ever be allow to love? Avoiding common situations in one thing but keeping these two apart is becoming painful. I'm looking forward to the next one, the only thing lacking is that there isn't more for me to read, Ms. Maya, please hurry with the next book, or send me some chapterS to proof I NEED MORE!!!
  • Mad Gods Review on Jan. 22, 2012

    I tried to write a review from my nook but couldn't express myself on that little keypad. I enjoyed every page of this book and at no time was I tempted to read ahead. Mad Gods has the potential to become an epic series. I see a screenplay in the future. This book will leave you with questions not only about what comes next from the author but real questions about religion, faith, power, corruption and how much we don't know. It has reaffirmed my belief that the Bible's label as "the word of God" is a misnomer and it should be relabeled as the words of many powerful men. More Please!!!
  • Witch of the Bayou on Feb. 10, 2012

    I inhaled this story so fast the last page felt like I'd slammed into a brick wall, I was caught up in the momentum and thought there would be more. I want more, need more....
  • Spellbound on Feb. 18, 2012

    Wish is was longer
  • Lure on March 13, 2012

    Sam has lost everything, her job as a police officer, her home, her credibility, probably her boyfriend, her standing in the community and her self respect. Plagued by the nick name "ghost girl" Sam is ridiculed by both police officers and and locals because she swears she saw a girl in the road when she swerved and slammed her police cruiser into an ambulance, the problem being no one else saw anything. Sam and her friend Shells as well as Sam's 71 Chevy Camaro (girl after my own heart) are trying to capture proof of the paranormal, by doing their own ghost hunting. While local investigations don't pan out (toasting ghosts with shots of Crown Royal)as planned and the police take out their frustration on Sam on a regular basis, she stats to think its time to get out of town, right about that time Shells sets up a website and manages to get a chance at an investigation in North Carolina at an Inn/Spa, that's as far as I've gotten and I am loving it. The characterization in this book is amazing, both Sam and Shells have biting whit and both wield their caustic sense of humor with no remorse. It had me howling with laughter and in tears at one point. This author has a gift and I hope to see more from him soon. "I want a dolla's werf of cheese"
  • Blood Hunt on March 23, 2012

    I started a review on my nook but had too much I wanted to say to deal with the little keyboard. I'm in LOVE! This was written with skill equal to the godmother of vampire fiction Anne Rice, certainly beats LK Hamilton into the ground with no effort at all. The culture created in this series is extraordinary, this author took great care to develop characters who you can't help wanting to know more about but never leaves you wanting. It brings a new depth to vampire fiction that has been missing from most books out there since Anne Rice stopped writing about our favorite blood drinkers. I have to admit I had the first in the series on my nook for almost 6 months before I read it because I forgot I'd downloaded it but over the past 36 hours I've read this and The Blood That Bonds. Passion, Anger, Humor, Frustration, Elation, Angst, and Love, I felt them all. This series is better than anything I've bought via the mainstream market this year and I hope it keeps coming. Christopher Buecheler you've created characters with real humanity and your dialog infallible. The best editing I've ever seen on Smashwords. I hate to say this as I live on a fixed income but I'd gladly pay a hardback price for this series. I fell in love with Two and Theroen in Blood that Bonds, and this time around I found more characters to love and hate. I need more, please, now!!
  • Ashes of Dearen: Book 1 on April 10, 2012

    A fresh, original concept! If developed properly,this would have been a great intro to a wonderful epic series but I found it hard to get through. Some of the dialog was out of place, 21st century slang used by a princess while she speaks with her father, the phrase "You know what I mean" didn't fit with the established manner of speach the author started out with. I felt like I was readinga one of my 10 year old son's books but the sex made it clear that was not the audience the author intended this for. I feel she put a lot of time and care into her writing but didn't take into account the sophistication of her readers. Without the sex this would be a great teen book but for myself it felt elementary. With over 600 pages on my nook and great editing it shows this author is serious about writing I just think there is a link missing in the chain and when found Mrs. Woods is going to make her mark in Epic fantasy in a big way. The potential of this concept is compelling but the effort it took to finish the first book is pushing me away from the second. I suppose after I post this review I owe it to Mrs. Woods to give it a go. With unbiased feedback from a writers group or mentor this series could be much more than it started out as.
  • Ashes of Dearen: Book 2 on April 11, 2012

    Much better than the fist, well planned, great insight into the culture/religions/gods of the nations. Keeps you reading. Shorter than the first but still a full length novel worth buying.
  • Angel of Vengeance on Dec. 18, 2012

    More! More! More? This book is just as described in the description dark, twisted and hilarious. Perhaps it speaks to my sick sense of humor that I was chuckling when one of the bad guys meets his end in a manner that.... I’ll let you see for yourselves. I'd love to meet the mind that created this tale . I loved Bosch, his cunning wit kept me captive and despite wanting to take my time with this I couldn't stop reading. It appears as if the tale were going to continue and I pray it does. A+++ FanF’nTastist!!
  • Secrets (The Guardian Trilogy Book 1) on Jan. 14, 2013

    This story caught me by surprise, it is well written, set in modern day St Louis it is told in a way that kept me reading long into the morning hours. It was intelligent, sharp and made me think about influences in our own lives. I kept wishing I could savor it, reading a little bit at a time like I do with my Symphony Bar with toffee and almonds but I couldn't put it down until I was finished. I couldn't wait for the story to continue and bought the second book today, I just finished it and you'll have to read my review of it there, lets just say this, my nook died and wasn't charging fast enough so I printed the PDF because it had me captivated, half a printer cartridge and 70+ sheets of my best paper and I'm ready for the third and final book in this series. this is a great series I can see it easily becoming a mini-series or movie trilogy.