Carilda Thomas

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Smashwords book reviews by Carilda Thomas

  • Bob Moore: No Hero on Feb. 20, 2011

    I really liked this and I very much hope there will be sequels.
  • Astra: Synchronicity on Feb. 20, 2011

    This book started a bit slow and with a few too many adjectives and similes but once the author got into her story, it became a page-turner. I look forward to the next installment.
  • The Garden Wall on Feb. 22, 2011

    Fans of Terry Pratchett (of which I am one) will be delighted by this book - nonsensical actions by nonsensical people that somehow manages to come out all right in the end. A very fun read.
  • The Battle for Terra Two (Biofab 2) on Feb. 24, 2011

    I like space military fiction. This one is good - no deus ex machina, just plain ol' plotting.
  • The Alpha Centauri Project (Thinking Worlds) on Feb. 26, 2011

    The characters are underdeveloped but that is in keeping with the whole flavor of the book, as if it had been written by one of its own machine intelligences. Somewhat strange but once I got into it, I liked it.
  • Bucketheads on March 17, 2011

    A horror homily - good hour's fun.
  • Anasazi on March 17, 2011

    A cute little horror story.
  • Mortal Ghost on March 17, 2011

    A careful and involved story. I would have preferred a different ending, though.
  • Fall of the Lich on Sep. 01, 2011

    Terrible grammar. Writing is quite immature but there were a few interesting twists to the story that kept me reading to the end. This writer may grow but really, really needs a copy editor.
  • Resonance, Vol. I (Approaching the Dark Age Series) on April 30, 2013

    I rarely review books and was inclined not to get the next book in the series before I read the author's autobiography. Kudos to you, Matthew Chivers! The writing style has not yet matured but it's sufficient and the story is different enough to hold my interest. For someone who has had issues in the past with social interaction, the author is able to develop characters. (My favorite happens to be Silver). Keep writing, Matthew - I will keep reading!