Jeanne Gold

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Smashwords book reviews by Jeanne Gold

  • Shadow Games on April 10, 2012

    I loved the idea of this book -- it encompassed a whole new idea, something rarely seen. I was, as I often am, frustrated by grammatical/typographical errors. It seems more and more people, and not only authors, need a better editor. Even though Mr. Welch is a new author, I can he will improve with age and experience. This first book was well done even if the characters could have been a bit better developed. I look forward to reading more by Mr. Welch.
  • Dark Earth on April 30, 2012

    Not bad. Story concept and plot well done, but grammar could use improvement as well as idiomatic usage which tends to be hokey. E. G. use of "manly", in my opinion, should have been left out, or if the author insisted on an adjective, then an improvement at least would have been "masculine". Story ending suggests author may yet write a sequel and I would be curious to see how he gets father and daughter out of their respective pickles.
  • witch slayer on April 30, 2012

    Poor English detracts from what might be a good story, but not a great one. Characters are not fully developed and plot is lacking.
  • Gloria on April 30, 2012

    The best short story I've read in a long time. Was also quite impressed with good grammar and language, something sorely lacking in many authors today. Good character development and plot. Early on I was fairly certain I understood Tom and his role in the story, and I wasn't disappointed. But I was still surprised at the ending and loved it!
  • Jesika's Angel on April 30, 2012

    Well done, well developed and fun to read. I look forward to reading more from this author.
  • The Reality Plague on April 30, 2012

    Shawn Michel de Montaigne's review says it all!
  • Dimension Shifter on April 30, 2012
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    I enjoyed this book very much, but like, Tammy, I was puzzled about the character Kyrin, and why she failed to see the advantages of her new situation. However, the author had good reason for Kyrin's behavior, and to appreciate the full and wonderful job this author did not only with character development and fantastic plot, you really need to read the entire trilogy. Great job, T. M. Nielsen!
  • Paragoy Dimension on April 30, 2012

    Having read the complete trilogy, I am enthralled with T. M. Nielsen! Like most well written trilogy's, you will need to read all 3 to get the whole picture and truly be able to appreciate the character's, their evolution and the unexpected plot twists.
  • Shadowmere on April 30, 2012

    Having read the complete trilogy, I am enthralled with T. M. Nielsen! Like most well written trilogy's, you will need to read all 3 to get the whole picture and truly be able to appreciate the character's, their evolution and the unexpected plot twists.