Dick Reynolds

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Smashwords book reviews by Dick Reynolds

  • Lyme Disease and the SS Elbrus on Nov. 16, 2010

    I heard this author on Radio Coast To Coast and was glad to find her book here. Some pretty unique viewpoints here. Makes you think.
  • Understanding the Global Warming Hoax on Nov. 16, 2010

    This book is loaded with the ammunition we need to fight the new taxes and power grab championed by the warm-earthers. Johnson tells the truth. Why isn't this on the news?
  • A Ransomed Yankee: Epic Voyage of the Whleship Milo on Nov. 16, 2010

    When I used to think Civil War I didn't used to think naval battles, but this is a fascinating facet of that conflict and worthy of a read by any Civil War buff.
  • Khakhanate Book I The Raven on Nov. 16, 2010

    Alternate history is a genre of its own and this is one of the best I've read. The author has a way of gaining your confidence and the narrative is both involving and exciting. It is, after all, about the conquering of the Americas. Lot of blood, lot of slaughter, but conveyed in a remarkably tasteful and understated way. Though I knew it was fiction, I believed every word.
  • Divine Love/Divine Intolerance on Nov. 16, 2010

    This book may offend people who don't believe in capitalism, the Constitution or Christianity. It's written pretty well and is pretty convincing. I enjoyed it.
  • Is The ELCA Lutheran? on Nov. 16, 2010

    The Lutheran church has become radical and I offer kudos to this author in her attempt to bring them back. Every Lutheran should read this.
  • Odyssey To Opportunity on Nov. 16, 2010

    If you enjoy Hispanic culture and travel logs you will enjoy this as much as I did. Armchair adventurers prick up your ears: this is for you.
  • Paradise Lost on Nov. 16, 2010

    I care about the Constitution and you should too. This book is written by a patriot who knows his history. Every American, regardless of party, should read this.
  • Liberal Betrayal of America and the Tea Party Firestorm on Nov. 16, 2010

    Tea Parties are here to stay and this book might well be their bible. I learned a lot about the movement.
  • Polar 44 Ring 5 on Nov. 16, 2010

    Man, reading this I could feel the subzero cold of Greenland. This was a harrowing read about men in a hostile environment. It's got all the types of conflict a novel can have. It's got man against nature, man against man and man against himself. This guy knows his stuff.
  • Shadows on the Echoes of Love on Nov. 16, 2010

    Not many novels today have this much heart and this much social responsibility. The story might be the story of someone you know. Not sensationalist. Just a good story about real people who think and feel.
  • The Exodus According to G: A Unique View of the Biblical Story on Nov. 16, 2010

    I know the Exodus story. Who doesn't? But it was never like this. I was drawn right in and totally involved in this story from the first screen. Wonderful read! Recommend to anyone who enjoys Biblical stories.
  • The Principled Conservative in 21st Century America on Nov. 16, 2010

    Found this a fast, easy read and agreed with most of it. Litch lays it all out there: everything a principled American should believe---I'd say whether Conservative or not, but that's just my opinion.
  • A Viable Third Party on Nov. 16, 2010

    A third party in America is the third rail of political discourse. Despite that, this author makes a cogent case for adding a third party to political debate. Whether it will fly or not time will tell, but could we do any worse?
  • Confessions Rants and Exploits of a Civil Servant on Nov. 16, 2010

    I laughed and shook my head a lot while reading this. This gal has a way of telling stuff about herself that would embarrass the ordinary person, and she does it in a way that is just amazingly candid and honest. When was the last time you could say that about anyone in government?