Paul Pace

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Smashwords book reviews by Paul Pace

  • She Has No Name on July 20, 2012

    This story is very poorly written. I found myself having to read several sentences and full paragraphs multiple times to try to find out what the author was trying to say. Even then I was unsure. The story just drops off at the end as if the author got bored with writing the book and just didn’t want to finish it. Complete disappointment and a waste of your time.
  • Sandstone and Mirrors on July 20, 2012

    Again, I found myself having to read several sentences and full paragraphs multiple times to try to find out what the author was trying to say. I noticed this book was a second edition so one would think the author would have corrected the majority of the grammatical and spelling errors. Maybe she will get closer after a few more editions. Even if she does get the errors corrected the book is still a snooze fest. I only made it through 7 chapters before I just couldn’t stop yawning with boredom. The story lacks palatable creativity and isn’t worth the time to read.
  • The Broken Backbone on July 20, 2012

    Another painful read from this author. Once again, I found myself having to read several sentences and full paragraphs multiple times to try to find out what the author was trying to say. Although, the main character in this book has a name (Melanie) this just seems like a short story spin off from another one of her books. This time the author goes into a detailed account of one event where she continues to bash and blame her ex-husband for a video of her. The author does not give the character, of the ex-husband, a name in this book so it leaves room for interpretation. The story left me asking more questions (in a negative, non-suspenseful way) and provided very few answers.
  • The Long Road Ahead on July 20, 2012

    This may also be a short story spin off from another one of the author’s books. I hate to say this, once again, but as usual I found myself having to read several sentences and full paragraphs multiple times to try to find out what the author was trying to say. After reading 2 of her books and 2 of her short stories I really think the author should focus on editing her books/stories before publishing them. “Finding the Lost” reads as yet another ex-boyfriend and/or ex-husband bashing story. The author’s main character(s) always seem to be wronged in their relationships, but are written as being perfect or near perfect in their actions. Reading these stories is like listening to a broken record. This is yet another painful read from this author. If writing truly is a passion for the author I encourage her to continue. However, she might want to seek some assistance or help before continuing.
  • Gone is the Last Drop on July 27, 2012

    This was the only story I have read from this author that actually kept my attention. Unfortunately, I had to suffer through reading a few sentences multiple times to understand what the author was trying to say. If she corrects all of the errors the short story has potential. I would even like to find out what happens next with the main characters.
  • The Darkness Will Find You on July 27, 2012

    Another boring book from this author. :(
  • The Lipstick Stain on July 27, 2012

    I gave this author another chance because she is offering her books for free, but she has disappointed again. The book is filled with errors and it is VERY difficult to try to read. SAD!!!!