Lewis Haller

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Smashwords book reviews by Lewis Haller

  • The Reiver on March 10, 2013

    Excellent, good story based on historical information, will look for more books by this auther
  • Dragon Call on March 12, 2013

    Dragon Call, a very good read! I can't wait to read the other two books in the series, Dragon Dance and Dragon Bound.
  • Clockwise on July 05, 2013

    Elle Strauss wrote a very good short story (Clockwise). I enjoyed the story; I wanted to read other books by this author. I probably will not read any more of clock series books as I feel that for the length, too much is being asked! I would have gone for $0.99 per additional book or $3.99 for the Clockwise Series Omnibus.
  • Miriam - Breaking Free (Paranormals) on July 29, 2013

    I found Miriam to be a very good SCI-FI/Romance read! I liked the story line. The characters were 'realistic' and interesting. I can't wait to read the next installment!
  • Empath (Book 1 of The Empath Trilogy) on Aug. 13, 2013

    Excellent Read! The characters are realistic and have depth. The plot is excellent. I can not wait to get the remaining two books of the trilogy.
  • I Married An Alien on Aug. 21, 2013

    Excellent Scu-Fi read! I would enjoy seeing this made into a movie; but only if the author has full control to keep the story true to the book! I thought that the mind transfer was good; the plot good. After this review I will purchase the next book in the series...
  • Across A Moonlit Sea on Aug. 26, 2013

    I just completed reading ‘Across A Moonlit Sea’. A most excellent book! I couldn't put it down until I had completed it! I strongly recommend; worthy of a sixth star! I can't wait to read 'The Iron Rose' and ' The Following Sea', the next two books in the trilogy.
  • Witchy, Witchy (Spellbound #1 ) on Aug. 29, 2013

    Evaluation of Witchy, Witchy by Penelope King, Book 1 of 3. An excellent read! I wanted to rush out and get the next book; but sticker shock! Even bigger sticker shock when I checked out the combined 3 volume edition. Alas, the first book was so good that I will have to break down and purchase the combined volume. Short synopsis: poor girl and father are lured to CA with a job by an unknown woman. The woman turns out to be Calista's grandmother. Calsta quickly gets down to a new life with love, friends, school and finding ’lost’ family. Discovers that she s a witch from a very long line of witches and the downside of being a witch; the hunters. A very good book, for YA and up. Five Stars!
  • Susanna and the Spy on July 23, 2014

    I found Susanna and the Spy a delightful read! I look forward to getting and reading London Calling. I much prefer a who done it over a romance.