Bob Green


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Smashwords book reviews by Bob Green

  • After The Facts on Nov. 16, 2010

    If you like books that don't take themselves too seriously as much as I do this one might be for you. After is a PI who's not glamorous, not dashing and not heroic. He's just a regular guy like the rest of us trying to keep afloat and out of trouble. I could sympathize. Fun read.
  • Witnessing A Blessing and Thinking And Thanking on Nov. 16, 2010

    I heard about this from a friend at church. This poetry is for Christian readers and I found it sincere and well written.
  • Lots and Lots of Sugar on Nov. 16, 2010

    Wow... Really. Wow. This novel starts out with a storybook romance, but before it ends you've lived through the Congo rebellion and a horrific situation where the protagonist is dominated by an abusive husband and then... well, I don't want to spoil it but it's a heck of a ride.
  • Dog Robber: Jim Colling Adventure Series Book I on Nov. 16, 2010

    I read this one in as close to one sitting as I could manage and still work and sleep and eat. Quite a story. Really captures the atmosphere in post war Germany and the cold war. Darned exciting and Colling was a guy I could respect. I'm glad to hear this is the first in a series, including: Rat Line, Ram's Horn and White Eagle. I'll be reading them all.
  • A Titanic Survivor’s Story: The Fredericksburg, Va Connection on Nov. 16, 2010

    A story about reincarnation and survival, this one really rose goosebumps for me.
  • Marching On: A General’s Tales of War and Diplomacy on Nov. 16, 2010

    I love reading memoir and this one's one of the best I've ever read. It's by a general who started at the bottom and worked his way up the hard way. There's one story here about when he's wounded that should be in a movie. It was great.
  • Brandy: Portrait Of An Intelligence Officer on Nov. 16, 2010

    This book is true but it reads like a novel. Brandy's life has been eventful, to say the least. Spans the years from WWII to the present day, too. Great read.
  • Chidren And Fools on Nov. 16, 2010

    This story is written tongue in cheek and really made me laugh. The situations are both real and just crazy. If you ever read Kingsley Amis' Lucky Jim you know what this one's like.
  • As The Eagle Cries Sharon’s Journey Home on Nov. 16, 2010

    This is a tragic story about undiagnosed bipolar disorder. Then it kind of makes a leap into the spiritual realm after the daughter's death. I wouldn't have believed a regular woman could take the spiritual journey this one did. She really surprised me when she fasted up on that mountain for several days until she had a vision. Amazing story.
  • Cry of the Goshawk: A Casey Jones Adventure on Nov. 16, 2010

    I have been looking for a book for my 12 year old son to read and this one was perfect! He loved it. I've got to get the second one, too.
  • The United States Coast Guard: 1790 to the Present (Revised) on Nov. 16, 2010

    This book was a big help to me when researching my report on the USCG. It's easy to read and had all the information I needed.