Lana Voynich

Biography

Lana Voynich has been writing stories for as long as she can remember. A love of books was instilled early by her parents and when she ran out of reading material in her childhood home, she started making up her own stories. Once she even wrote a story about a frog stealing a car on the back of a tissue box while trapped in the car on a family road trip.

Lana often wonders what happens to the people in her dreams when she wakes, so she writes their stories to satisfy her curiosity. When not reading or writing, Lana enjoys knitting socks, genealogy research, kayaking, snowmobiling and spending time with her family.

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Books

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Smashwords book reviews by Lana Voynich

  • Across The Sea on July 01, 2010

    This book isn't the kind of book I normally read but it quickly drew me in. The first third of the book kept me very interested and curious about what would happen next. After that, I grew slightly bored and tired with all of the fight scenes. I'm sure they were necessary, but I (personally) found them a bit tedious. The scenes were well-written and I suspect would really captivate the reader's attention if this were the type of book they normally read. I had a hard time keeping all of the captains and boats straight in my head. That's probably a shortcoming on my own part and not on the author's. I did enjoy this book and would recommend it to anyone looking for a YA historical novel, with perhaps a bit of fantasy? I look forward to reading more of Mr. Marier's work.
  • Haunted on March 20, 2013

    I normally don't read this genre of book, so for that reason, I wasn't comfortable giving it 5 stars. (I don't know how it really compares to other in the same classification.) However, I'm glad I stepped out of my normal comfort zone to read Ms. Savva's novel. The characters were well-developed and believable, and I could actually visualize the things Nigel saw and experienced. I generally have a hard time visualizing things, so I consider Ms. Savva's ability to produce images in my mind to be astounding. It's been a few months since I read the book, and I still can see certain scenes as they played out. I will definitely read more of Ms. Savva's novels in the future.