Martin Bonsager

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Smashwords book reviews by Martin Bonsager

  • Resurrection Blues on Nov. 05, 2011

    Resurrection Blues is a wonderful, lighthearted, intriguing story about ordinary people in an extraordinary set of circumstances. Multiple storylines, involving tax evasion, strip clubs, love affairs, and blackmail, converge on a secrete society in a hidden Alabama valley, where people live in a modern-day Utopia. The imaginative tale and the colorful and witty language keeps you glued to the pages from start to finish. Read it and laugh.
  • Six from Greeley on Jan. 02, 2012
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    Six from Greely is a great collection of short stories that turn out to be more connected than you first expect. They bring a dusty town in 'the wild west' to life through the intriguing tales of people passing through over a century. The twist at the end shows how the collective fates and impacts of the inhabitants form the history and character of the town. Josh Langston's writing style grabs your attention from page one and keeps you wondering after you finish the last.
  • Six from Greeley on Jan. 02, 2012

    Six from Greely is a great collection of short stories that turn out to be more connected than you first expect. They bring a dusty town in 'the wild west' to life through the intriguing tales of people passing through over a century. The twist at the end shows how the collective fates and impacts of the inhabitants form the history and character of the town. Josh Langston's writing style grabs your attention from page one and keeps you wondering after you finish the last.
  • Six from Greeley on Jan. 02, 2012

    Six from Greely is a great collection of short stories that turn out to be more connected than you first expect. They bring a dusty town in 'the wild west' to life through the intriguing tales of people passing through over a century. The twist at the end shows how the collective fates and impacts of the inhabitants form the history and character of the town. Josh Langston's writing style grabs your attention from page one and keeps you wondering after you finish the last.
  • Under Saint Owain's Rock on Jan. 28, 2012

    What's a little scandal among friends? When religion, alcohol, and promiscuity are involved, and when the scandal has been buried for 700 years, it can cause a tsunami of impact when it is brought to light. Under Saint Owain's Rock is the story about the people in a small Welsh village that is turned upside down when it becomes the center of several intertwined dramas involving bird fanatics, moralizing anti-pornography movements, ego-driven marketing executives, love hungry loosers, history buffs, and some innocent bystanders. Amidst all the chaos, a wonderful lovestory is told. Josh Langston and Barbara Galler-Smith do an excellent job describing the lives and personalities of the people of Llansantowain in North Wales and the visitors from Atlanta, Georgia - and they bring a big smile to the reader's face on every page. I highly recommend this book.