Susie Williams

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Smashwords book reviews by Susie Williams

  • The Reader on Jan. 25, 2012
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    Once again a great read from wonderful storyteller! And no I am not biased just because I make a fleeting appearance in this one.....Its a great story about a writer who shares his time with his readers, by reading to them online,and during this time, finds out a bit about their lives :)
  • Shield: Allie's War, Book Two on April 18, 2012
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    This book is a worthy follow-on from Rook - Allies War and sees Allie and her husband Revik wanting to connsumate their marriage, while all sorts of things are throen in their path. Adding to this, Allie is trying to live in the seer world and make sense of all the events unfolding around her. I couldnt put down book one,and it was the same with this book...and I am already looking forward to book three
  • Sword: Allie's War, Book Three on April 18, 2012
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    As with the previous two books, the third in the series continues the story of Allie and Revik, who we find has been split in much the same way as his nemesis leading to another great storyline. Again I could not put this down and read it in one sitting, stopping only to eat - which is the best thing about being on holidays
  • Shadow: Allie's War, Book Four on April 18, 2012
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    When I got to the end of this one, I wanted more, so am hoping there will be another. Continuing the story of Allie and Revik and their little group. Revik has disappeared and Allie is blamed for this. There is a situation with Balinor which keeps rearing its head, and Kit appears again, causing more problems. Not giving much away, this will leave you wanting more, as it has me
  • Captured (Book 3 in the 'Serenity' Series) on April 18, 2012
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    This continues to story of Serenity and the events that befall her in this book are no less rivetting than in the previous two books. Marissa knows how to draw in her audience and make you feel like the story is unfolding right in front of you. Will there be more stories about Serenity? I hope so!