Esther Cadman

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Smashwords book reviews by Esther Cadman

  • Warrior Priest of Dmon-Li: The Morcyth Saga Book Three on Jan. 20, 2013
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    Action packed saga which keeps you reading til the end. Could do with some cutting back as a few of the fighting scenes were superfluous to the overall story.
  • Trail of the Gods: The Morcyth Saga Book Four on Feb. 16, 2013

    Enjoyed book four more than number three. As always they are jam packed with adventure. But I found in book three James just goes from one disaster to another, fighting and escaping far too many times to be believable. Book four had far more direction. Although I enjoyed reading all the books so far I still think the author gets bogged down in the details sometime. I'm a reader who likes to use my imagination to fill in gaps, I prefer not to have every thought and mundane peice of daily life put to paper.
  • Trail of the Gods: The Morcyth Saga Book Four on Feb. 16, 2013

    Enjoyed book four more than number three. As always they are jam packed with adventure. But I found in book three James just goes from one disaster to another, fighting and escaping far too many times to be believable. Book four had far more direction. Although I enjoyed reading all the books so far I still think the author gets bogged down in the details sometime. I'm a reader who likes to use my imagination to fill in gaps, I prefer not to have every thought and mundane peice of daily life put to paper.
  • Trail of the Gods: The Morcyth Saga Book Four on Feb. 16, 2013

    Enjoyed book four more than number three. As always they are jam packed with adventure. But I found in book three James just goes from one disaster to another, fighting and escaping far too many times to be believable. Book four had far more direction. Although I enjoyed reading all the books so far I still think the author gets bogged down in the details sometime. I'm a reader who likes to use my imagination to fill in gaps, I prefer not to have every thought and mundane peice of daily life put to paper.