jon muir

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Smashwords book reviews by jon muir

  • Vultures in the Playground on Sep. 05, 2011

    This was a really enjoyable read. Archie the main character comes across as a really likeable character and you want him to succeed. I am now readind xenolith and enjoying it also
  • Wrongful Death: The AIDS Trial on Sep. 06, 2011

    This is one of the BEST books to tackle this subject. Stephen Davis, thank you, and I hope you continue along this subject which is so sadly still misunderstood!
  • The Streets of Bucharest on Sep. 23, 2011

    This was a really enjoyable read, despite not being my favourite Genre. I would happily give it 5 stars except for one thing. The spelling in some cases was appalling, and if it was proof read then the Proofreader needs a new job. I will happily give it 4 stars and look forward to reading more by this Author
  • Are You Positive? on Sep. 23, 2011

    This book is just so compelling, it should be required reading for all teenagers who really don't appear to think that AIDS is as prevalent, and, of course it could never happen to them. Well, I have news for them! If you are having non monogamous sex, you are playing with a loaded gun. Thank you Stephen for writing this book, it should be a Best Seller, not just a Freebie, though I guess if being free makes people read it, you have done the world a great service.
  • When I Woke Up, A Book of Abuse on Sep. 25, 2011

    I am sorry, but for this poor lady's sake this book should never have been published, it is an embarassment to her. Phony Doctors, stalkers, even Mafia involved. This poor woman obviously needs full time care, and, if as she says, people are encouraging her to do stuff like this, then friends they are not.
  • Faithful through Hard Times on Sep. 28, 2011

    This Book was of great interest to me as I have relations who lived in Malta throughout the WAR, and some of the recipes they invented just to survive are still eaten today, I might add with great gusto. My only thoughts are that being such a small island, the Authour really does not fully explain the Hardships. I have photos of Malta taken during the War, and perhaps tha Author tried to minimise the destruction and chaos to avoid bringing back dreadful memories to the Maltese people, still all in all a very worthwhile book
  • A Ceiling of Stars on Jan. 20, 2012

    This book was an excellent read, one had to admire the hermits Strenght of mind and body. His life must have been very hard, but, as he chose it, I guess that was what he wanted, solitude. I would recomend this book to anyone who has ever had the thought--wouldn't it be good to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life
  • On The Run on March 07, 2012

    While I enjoyed this book, I found the sexual scenes, while not inappropriate, did not add or detract anything to the Story. The book would have been just as good without them. I would have given 5 stars without them. I hope this Author keeps writing!
  • Minnie on March 17, 2012

    This was a great red, I will look farward to more from this Author
  • Green Grow the Rushes on March 30, 2012
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    This book was really interesting, no huge drama, just a very readable book, one I shall keep for a re-read in the future.Congratulations to the author.
  • Green Grow the Rushes on March 30, 2012

    A very enjoyable read. No great dramas, but a book that kept its interest all the way through. I shall keep this book for a re-read in the future. Congratulations to the author.