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Smashwords book reviews by Marcus Heimann
- Fatal Boarding
on June 27, 2011
From the beginning to the end a very good book, E.R. Mason reminds me a little bit of Andre Norton from the way of writing. I enjoyed the book a lot and hope there will be sequel. Very recommendable!
- Combined Edition: The Awakened Books One Through Three
on July 18, 2011
Wow, this book keeps u reading and wanting to even read faster. You simply want to inhale the story, yes it is that good. I am happy I came across it and will for sure continue reading all forthcoming books. Great job!!
- When The Stars Walk Backwards
on April 16, 2012
Can be very well recommended. The author developed the 2 main characters very well and keeps the attention curve up quite well. A good read :) The story is about a missing colony with one survivor who lost his memory and leaves in fear of the night. Due to the arrival of new colonist and the building of a friendship he starts to remember what happened to the colony.
- Kingdom of Lost Children: The Book of Ren
on May 15, 2012
This is a nice reading novel for younger adults and even older like to read it even though it is kind of obvious what most probably will happen. It is easy written language and the idea of the book as well interesting. Reminds you in some ideas of the Narnia books. Characters have depth which makes it good. For sure a book worthwhile to read.
- Deep Crossing
on Jan. 08, 2013
Just finished this book and can just say wow another real good ER Mason :) I am more than glad he wrote another Adrian Tarn book and hope he keeps them coming. There is no doubt to give 5 stars as the story is well developed, full of suspense and you simply can't put it down. There are so many unexpected parts in the story that makes it even more interesting. Thank you Mr. Mason.
For the record, chapter 5 and 6 repeat themselves for a couple of pages at the end of the chapters.
- The Last Praetorian
on May 07, 2013
Just finished it and must say a real good read, the characters are well developed, the story is good and you just keep reading. So for my taste that it what makes a good book. So keep 'em coming. Still not sure who I like more, Sofia or Miranda ;)
Cheers and thanks for sharing it with us
- The Aurora City
on Nov. 28, 2013
This book is in my opinion so far the best in this series, maybe also because I love the idea of the Aurora city. Mr Mason achieves an interesting mix of suspense and spirituality this time more clear than in his books before, but still subtle to enjoy it to its fullest.
The plot is that the world is imminently threatened by an alien invasion that could bring mankind to the brink of being extinct. Through a computer simulation that was recovered earlier, it is possible to prepare for this attack and save earth as we know it.