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Beevocado's favorite authors on Smashwords

E.S. Yu
Latest book: Human Enough.
Published October 7, 2019. (5.00 from 1 review)
Michael G. Manning
Latest book: Wizard in Exile.
Published March 31, 2023. (4.00 from 1 review)
Nora Sakavic
Latest book: The Sunshine Court.
Published April 13, 2024. (5.00 from 1 review)

Smashwords book reviews by Beevocado

  • Hunter of Demons on Nov. 11, 2018

    This book came recommended to me as being an excellent 'benevolent possession' story, because I'd been a huge fan of the recent Venom movie. The wonderful story scratched exactly the itch I had, and I've now read the entire first series in three days. I am in LOVE with the characters, and impressed by the well thought-out overarching plot of the series as well as the plot in each of the individual books. The suspense had me on my toes and I simply could not put the books down. This is a character-driven series that has a rock-solid foundation with its plot and universe, and it's an absolute pleasure to read! I highly recommend this to anyone looking for an interesting new take on possession-type 3-way romance.
  • SPECTR: Volume 1 on Nov. 11, 2018

    This book came recommended to me as being an excellent 'benevolent possession' story, because I'd been a huge fan of the recent Venom movie. The wonderful story scratched exactly the itch I had, and I've now read the entire first series in three days. I am in LOVE with the characters, and impressed by the well thought-out overarching plot of the series as well as the plot in each of the individual books. The suspense had me on my toes and I simply could not put the books down. This is a character-driven series that has a rock-solid foundation with its plot and universe, and it's an absolute pleasure to read! I highly recommend this to anyone looking for an interesting new take on possession-type 3-way romance.
  • Human Enough on July 25, 2020

    Absolutely adored this book! I enjoyed the characters very much. Especially the autism representation was very well done. The story is well-paced, and the alternating timelines kept me on the edge of my seat until the very end! I really only wish there was a sequel, because I'm craving more :)
  • Wizard in Exile on May 24, 2023

    This book was a pleasant surprise after The Wizard's Crown (which I absolutely hated). I really like this new direction for the series, and it has me hopeful that more good stuff is to come! This book is still very much about Will, but his son Oliver is definitely central to the story, and very fun to read about. I was a little worried a lot of this would basically be "The Choice of Magic" all over again, with Will now training his son and the cycle kind of repeating with Will stepping into the Arrogan role, but without going into spoilers, I can safely say the book has a really interesting new thing going on for Oliver. I hope he gets an even bigger role in the next book, because I'd really like to see more of him as a point of view character. That said, while this book as quite a bit of story of its own to tell, it also contained a lot of setup for a larger overarching plot, so I hope the next book(s) in this series can deliver on it (unlike the previous series, which fell apart near the end in my opinion). I'm excited to see what happens.
  • The Sunshine Court on April 13, 2024

    I cried, I cried, I laughed, I cried, I cried, I cried… you get the picture. This book is perfection, I can’t wait to see what comes next.