Crystal Hutchinson

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Smashwords book reviews by Crystal Hutchinson

  • Vestige (Vestige, #1) on Sep. 02, 2012

    To be continued!!! I guess there will be the other half of the book coming out to conclude this book. Imagine taking the Left Behind Series and Stephen King's book "The Stand" and melding it into Vestige. I enjoyed the characters immensely. Especially the shift of narration between characters to glean the best idea of what is happening. Good book, I will definitely be on the look-out for the other half of the book!
  • Elements of the Undead Omnibus on Dec. 02, 2012
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    This book is a fantastic young adult zombie novel. Bravo Esmont! It covers roughly 3 years of a zombie apocalypse with flash forwards and flash backs. Excellent character building at the beginning of the book. *SPOILER ALERT* Do not read on if you don't want to know a little about the ending. The only disappointing part of the book was the end. Megan's cauterizing and saving Jake's life was absolutely unbelievable in context to the rest of the book. The ending really needed to have Jake die, Megan mourns, and eventually hooks up with Chris. This is not enough of a flaw to give this book a rating of 5 starts, though
  • Elements of the Undead Omnibus on Dec. 02, 2012

    This book is a fantastic young adult zombie novel. Bravo Esmont! It covers roughly 3 years of a zombie apocalypse with flash forwards and flash backs. Excellent character building at the beginning of the book. *SPOILER ALERT* Do not read on if you don't want to know a little about the ending. The only disappointing part of the book was the end. Megan's cauterizing and saving Jake's life was absolutely unbelievable in context to the rest of the book. The ending really needed to have Jake die, Megan mourns, and eventually hooks up with Chris. This is not enough of a flaw to give this book a rating of 5 starts, though
  • 5 Gears Diet: Learn how to drive your body on Sep. 12, 2013

    This book has some heavy reading. I expected to see a list of references at the end of this book, but I guess we just take Diana Artene's word for it. There were lots of requirements that I have heard before (sleep enough, exercise, etc) and there were some recommendations that I never heard before(limit to one cup of coffee a day, never eat food you dislike)and there were a few recommendations that I don't know if I agree with without more research. Overall, this felt like a self-help book intended to pump you up.*Saturday Night Live reference :-) It was an interesting read, but I don't think it is worth owning.