Seamus O'Shay


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Smashwords book reviews by Seamus O'Shay

  • Parallels on April 19, 2010

    Interesting concept. Good way of telling a story. I felt like I was right there most of the time. It seemed a little familiar at times, like I was watching Smallville made into a movie, only a hell of a lot better. If that was your intent, you made it real for the first time ever. Smallville is just too flat. I liked the storytelling when Victoria was possessed by the Dark thing. Good progression and handling of the occult. Since this is a series I hope there will be a lot more of these books.
  • Forever Undead on May 29, 2010

    The torture chamber scenes had me riveted to the pages. I like to see stories where the main characters look as though they may not make it through at all. Makes it more suspenseful for me. What a perfectly superb villain in Cyrus.
  • Dark Angel: Fallen on June 03, 2010

    Kick in the pants right from the start. I like the interaction between Griff and the Djinni. Excellent. Who wouldn't want to have their wildest wishes come true? Jake Drake does a great job in telling what one person (Is this really Jake in disguise?) would wish for. I like how it turned out for him. This is a five star recommendation. Everyone should read Dark Angel: Fallen.
  • The Call Guy on Nov. 12, 2011

    I have to admit I read this author's "Cowboys and Olympians" and wasn't all that impressed. Nevertheless, I read this book, the Call Guy, and loved it. Having been a "call guy" in a customer support service center at one time in my life, I can see how this could happen and wish it had to me. This author excels at erotica and needs to keep writing it, maybe a bit longer? I like short stories on sex, but I like them a little bit longer than what this story is. Still, it was entertaining and exciting and got me seriously hard.
  • The Book of Chains on March 23, 2012

    This is an amazing book. Even as just history I loved what I read here. History fascinates me and reading about these people and the persecution they went through by the established church was real to me. I've read a lot of church history already and I know this stuff is true. The differences between this book and the New Testament was worth reading too. I think I like what's in here better.