Sue Gardner

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Smashwords book reviews by Sue Gardner

  • Don't Push My Buttons! on Nov. 29, 2011

    Java script/Smashwords really has this story messed up! However, when I read it the second time I found it to be a very good story. The author took you right down a road and brought you home. Nicely done, and I can't wait until the author posts more books!
  • My Life in a Nutshell on Nov. 29, 2011

    Interesting group of stories. This eBook had me laughing and remembering my younger days. Cute read.
  • The Lost on Nov. 29, 2011

    From the cover, I thought that this might be about weight loss...lol Very intriguing story, and well written. I love how it takes you through his life. Thanks Ms. Dillon for an insight into dementia.
  • The Recyclist...The Beginning on Nov. 29, 2011

    Oh, please tell me you are working on the next in the series! This is my kind of reading! This is similar in style to my favorite author, James Patterson. I think that I have found another favorite author! More please!! Wish I could rate this higher.
  • The Good, The Bad, & The Nutty!!! Book2 on Nov. 29, 2011

    I loved the collection of stories in this eBook. They were funny, cute and told through a very interesting eye.
  • Ty on Nov. 29, 2011

    This is like the story that never ends. Very cute story with a twist in the ending. Very creative.
  • A Mother's Lament on Nov. 29, 2011

    This had me laughing from the start. Brought back many memories of when my own kids were young. Every mother should read this as they will see themselves in it somewhere.
  • A Real Christmas on Nov. 29, 2011

    The sadness with which it started, the intensity in the middle and the joy that it brought in the end made it a true Christmas gem. I hope that a lot of people will read this eBook and realize that Christmas is not necessarily about buying gifts, but more about caring about others.
  • A Living Nightmare on Nov. 29, 2011

    There were parts of this story that had me breathless. The fear that must have been felt by everyone involved at the time must have been overwhelming. To realize that this actually happened, and is still haunting you... incredible. I can only begin to imagine, that in order to make this fiction, all that you must have left out is the true identity of the guilty parties. I'm sorry that this happened in your life, but I am glad that you were able to write about it in the manner that you did.
  • Where's Jesse on Nov. 29, 2011

    What a heart-wrenching story. I can almost feel how the grandma must have felt. Your dedication at the end brought tears to me eyes. I am so sorry for your loss.