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Smashwords book reviews by pigpen

  • Nashoga: Book 1 of the Redstone Series on April 01, 2011

    A story of wildlife love, loss, friendship and adventure, made all the better because of Nashoga telling it in his own wolf-like manner. A very enjoyable read finished easily within a day.
  • Concrete Underground on April 15, 2011

    Lots of bad language, violence (sometimes gratuitous), sex and unnerving scenarios - used in the right context and well-worded - for me brought the characters good, bad and downright crazy, very much to life. A completely unexpected twist at the end made this a very enjoyable read.
  • Mayhem in Mazatlan on May 11, 2011

    Entertaining read (until the end), realistic dialogue, easy to follow plot and comfortably read within a couple of days. Whilst the main part of the book was worth 4 stars the ending was a real disappointment - to me it felt as if the author had stopped to make a coffee but never returned! The ending was so abrupt I thought my Kindle 'page turn' button had stopped working, surely there should be another page at least - alas not!
  • The Roman and the Runaway on June 01, 2011

    A very comfy 2hr read, characters fairly well plotted (particularly liked Ned Kelly the Headmaster), storyline sometimes o.t.t, but all in all a good read and I would be happy to try this author again.