Daryn Walters


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Smashwords book reviews by Daryn Walters

  • A Greasy Spoon Life on June 29, 2013

    HaaaHaa Just what I needed in a Sunday afternoon....you mad buggar.
  • Twas The Night Before Christmas (When The Aliens Appeared) on July 01, 2013

    Funny but it did give me horrific visions.....Punctuation and layout could have been a lot better but apart from that..FUNNY.
  • A Week And A Day In The Lives Of Two Angry Young Men on Sep. 27, 2013

    I suppose writing a book is an interpretation of our personality and imagination. Self publication lets everyone get in print. BUT, I wouldn't classify this as a 'good read' by any means. I struggled with it and unfortunately, no matter how I tried, could not get to the end of the story. I wasted half an hour of my time with what I did read.
  • Those Were the Days on Sep. 27, 2013

    What a wonderful, touching story. I felt so much emotion while reading this I don't dare tell my wife. I wonder how many kids this happened too especially during the depression years so long ago. Very well written Robert. This is the first Robert Ray Moon story I've read but I will make a point of reading them all.
  • A Vampire in the Vatican 'Brotherhood of the Sword' on Nov. 01, 2013

    Like Bronwyn I grabbed this book as soon as it appeared too. It seems like I'd been waiting for ever to read the rest of the story but it's only been a few weeks. Where do I start? Yes, it starts slow but I'm happy with that. Getting to know the characters and crimes that the Inspector has no clues to guide him. Then the piece of parchment appears. This is the key to everything but you don't know this. The author makes you believe it only assisted to solve the first group of murders. There is a great 'twist' at the end of the first part. Very clever. But then we move on, different murders that young Father Graeco helps with. He is really likeable as is the coroner. I love the bit about the 'lemons', very funny. Then it gets down to serious business, the Inspector is really screwed over and blames himself for what happens. This is the sad part (I'm not giving it away). His attitude changes from this point, he starts to smoke again (gave it up 5 years ago). Then he meets a 'Knight of Christ' (probably shouldn't have mentioned that). This is when things start moving fast and you see the pieces fitting in to place as does the Inspector. I like him very much, and yes, like Bronwyn I believe it could be in all of us to do this but the Inspector is very intelligent and has a good memory, probably why he made Inspector in the first place. It keeps you going to very last page. I'd love to see it in movie form and I didn't feel that it offended the Catholic Church at all. Very believable story. Easy to read which is what I like after a hard day at work. Worth every cent of the price.
  • The Story Of Pooh By Wise J on Dec. 07, 2013

    I only found one spelling error. Apart from that it was an interesting story and I'm sure my daughter will like it when I read it to her.
  • Skin Deep on Dec. 12, 2013

    You have to change the text to black. This is a nightmare to read on my ereader. Apart from that, very well written.
  • That Moment... on Jan. 07, 2014

    What a wonderful piece of writing. I was going to read it over the course of a few days but finished up reading it in one sitting. This was a recommended read and I am glad I took their advice. I hope there will be more coming soon from this author. If I was still single I'd marry this lady :)
  • Pulchritudinous Book 1 on Jan. 10, 2014

    Glad to see the author published book one complete. Easier to read, or are we just getting lazy? Love the cover too.