Lillith Dunn

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Smashwords book reviews by Lillith Dunn

  • Road to Rouen on June 14, 2014

    Excellent, well written story. I enjoyed it and recommend it. There's plenty of action and plot twist. The characters are well developed and interesting.
  • Deadly Stillwater on June 20, 2014

    Thanks to the author for a great story. I enjoyed it.
  • Blood Ties on June 20, 2014

    All I can say is WOW!! What a talented writer. Thanks for a great read.
  • The Sword And The Dagger on July 03, 2014

    I enjoyed it and recommend it to those who like sea stories. The editing is not extremely poor but far from good.
  • Welcome to Mom's Diner on July 04, 2014

    Short but very satisfying. A good short read.
  • Gema: A Trooper's Tale on July 09, 2014

    I can't believe how many great stories there are by independent writers here at Smashwords. This book is fast paced and interesting. I loved it.
  • Dire Straits: A Trooper's Tale on July 25, 2014

    A great follow up to Gema: A Trooper's Tale. I liked this one just as much.
  • 59 Hours on July 25, 2014

    Wow! When I read the description for this I detected it might be a little spooky. I just couldn't imagine how dark it would be in the end. A great short story with a surprise ending.
  • Promise You Won't Tell? on July 25, 2014

    I read this based somewhat on the previous review and am pleased I did. A very good story.
  • Murder: A Love Story on July 25, 2014

    I like short stories and this one is very good. I told several friends about it and they liked it too.
  • The Stiff in the Five Hundred Dollar Suit on July 25, 2014

    This is a good story but the writing is poor. The characters are interesting but the dialog is stiff and unnatural.
  • The Blonde Heiress, a Carter A. Johnson Thriller on July 29, 2014

    I loved it. It is short but a lot of action is packed into it. I'm looking forward to the follow up book and I recommend The Blonde Heiress to other action readers. Also, the editing is good.
  • The Dogtrot Murder A Carter A. Johnson & Kate Menke Thriller on Aug. 01, 2014

    A very well written story and even better than the introductory book, 'The Blonde Heiress. The scenes where Kate was in jail are very believable . Then Carter started digging into the case and the action really took off. I hope there are more stories in this series.
  • Coral Sea Affair on Aug. 03, 2014

    Mr. Lindsay is a very talented story teller. I enjoyed the Ben Hood character and will read more in this series.
  • The Hero on Aug. 06, 2014

    I enjoyed following these characters through a very good plot. The writing is good too.
  • Cashback on Aug. 18, 2014

    A good story but the editing is bad. Makes it hard to concentrate on the dialog or the narrative.
  • Their Own Game on Aug. 18, 2014

    I liked the story and the characters and finished the book but almost quit several times. It is well written but just never pulled me in completely. I felt the story was confusing toward the end.
  • 48 Hours - A City of London Thriller on Aug. 18, 2014

    An all around good read where the bad guy just wouldn't quit. The action scenes were over the top and seemed unrealistic.
  • Somebody Somewhere on Aug. 24, 2014

    The story has a cast of weird characters but was interesting and I enjoyed it.
  • The May Day Murders on Aug. 24, 2014

    A good mystery and well written except for some editing problems. The characters were well defined and the antagonist was a nutcase.
  • Strayed on Aug. 24, 2014

    I like short stories and this one is good; it's well written and the editing is good too.
  • Running into the Darkness on Nov. 09, 2014

    Ridiculous is the best I can say for this ludicrous work.
  • The Minotaur's Hit List (Doc Minus Two Book I) on Jan. 14, 2015

    The plot of this story is different and very involved. The characters are eccentric to say the least, and the entire story was entertaining but not great.
  • The Hitman: Dirty Rotters on Jan. 14, 2015

    This is a twist on the evil assassin genre. He's actually a good guy out to punish the bad guys. The action scenes are unrealistic and too many thing "just happen" without detail to make them believable. The lead character was hit in the head and knocked out so many times he should have been staggering around like a punch drunk heavyweight boxer. There are a lot of repetitious thoughts that only slow the story down when they're read for the third or fifth time.
  • A Terrorist at bay on Jan. 28, 2015

    The writing is bad and the editing in this story is non-existent. It reads as if the writer is not fluent in the English language but attempted to write a novel in English. It's terrible.
  • Reverse Metamorphosis The Irrevocable Change Trilogy on Jan. 28, 2015

    Oh my gosh! Once I started this I couldn't stop. This story is written just as I could imagine someone on the edge of crime being dragged into becoming a killer. Clayton wasn't very good at anything until he got involved in murder. I liked it in spite of the abundant violence because, after all, the main character is a killer. I'm definitely reading book 2.
  • The Assassin Evolves Book Two of the Irrevocable Change Trilogy on Feb. 03, 2015

    I can hardly believe it, book two is even scarier than book one. I loved it. The writing is tight and the character's are realistic. Talk about surprise turns of events. I've already downloaded the final book. I definitely recommend this series.
  • Elliott Bay on Feb. 10, 2015
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    After 25% of this story, I quit reading. It's too slow and plodding for me. Perhaps someone else will appreciate it. No rating.
  • The Devil’s Homecoming The Irrevocable Change Trilogy on Feb. 10, 2015

    I expected the pace to let down but it just kept going. I liked that it ended the way I thought it should and the epilog was great to provide an ending to the sub-characters. A great series.
  • Night Crossing on March 22, 2015

    A good short read. It didn't really incite horror but the writing is good and the characters are eccentric.
  • The Growling on March 22, 2015

    A good read. The bullies out there had better watch their butts.
  • They Don't Exist on March 22, 2015

    Entertaining and surprising. I enjoyed it. The character was realistic.