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Smashwords book reviews by MagggsMoney

  • Drowndog on Jan. 21, 2016

    Put me right in the situation with a young man napping on the hill and then being pulled into a terrible situation. It made me sad.
  • Searching for the Tree of Life on Jan. 21, 2016

    Fantastical story with sea monsters, sea witches and travelling adventures on a magical ship on the high seas.
  • Sixty-Four Days, A Sea Story on Jan. 21, 2016

    Common sailors find themselves in a terribly dangerous situation aboard a massive battleship on the high seas. Includes humorous and tender situations.
  • Pirate Ghost Ships on Jan. 21, 2016

    I was expecting much more after reading the author's bio. Lots of untapped potential in this incomplete story.
  • A Good Night's Sleep on Feb. 06, 2016

    This story is stone-cold creepy!!! The contrast between the detective and the suspect in this story builds great tension. Well told story, highly recommended.
  • SNAFU: Everyone Has Their Demons on Feb. 06, 2016

    I enjoyed this story. I really felt like I was right there in the fighter planes flying over the Pacific Ocean with the Navy pilots. Also this story was totally original, using an X files type of plot twist.
  • The Pirate, Part I: The Traitor on July 07, 2017

    There's lots of cops and robbers stories out there but this is the most brazen crime story I've ever read. It's refreshing because they're not your typical criminals at all. The writing has a cinematic quality, made me feel like I was in the scene. Also, very nice pacing, strong characters and a jolting plot set up. I couldn't stop reading and now I'm waiting for part 2.
  • Ulysses' Great Adventure on July 07, 2017

    The author builds a world that seems to be the foundation for a longer work where he skillfully revises the tales of brave Ulysses. It's a fictional universe well worth developing because it's rich with characters who are poised for action.
  • Asgard tales from the Golden Hall. on July 07, 2017

    This is actually a dam good collection of poetry. I'm amazed it's free on Smashwords when it really should be published and on the shelves in bookstores. Made me think of Game of Thrones and The Hobbit and Medieval Literature all rolled into one.
  • A Thousand Tears on July 07, 2017

    Interesting piece that reads more like a character study than a story. It has a description of the psychology of a relationship and then it transitions into a very intense slice of life scene with a tragic conclusion.