Ted Scott

Books

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Ted Scott's favorite authors on Smashwords

Allen Fleishman
Latest book: Counting Up To Infinity. Published December 16, 2012. (3.00 from 2 reviews)
Andrew Fish
Latest book: Bandwagon. Published July 17, 2013. (5.00 from 1 review)
Diann Read
Latest book: Ganwold's Child. Published September 21, 2013. (4.50 from 2 reviews)
Matt Sayer
Latest book: Isis. Published June 26, 2014. (4.00 from 1 review)
Michael Kayatta
Latest book: Company Men. Published February 25, 2013.
Michael L. Lewis
Latest book: The Orthogonal Galaxy. Published April 21, 2015. (4.40 from 5 reviews)
Ruben F√łnsbo
Latest book: Midge Fly and the End of The World. Published January 3, 2013. (4.67 from 6 reviews)
Simon J. Morley
Latest book: The Universe Wide Web: Getting Started. Published July 16, 2015.
Terry Schott
Latest book: The Game. Published August 22, 2013. (4.78 from 9 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by Ted Scott

  • Every Last Mother's Child on Dec. 31, 2012

    This book is entertaining, but uninvolving, primarily due to the total lack of reasonably correct English grammar and the garbling of many common sayings in English. I was unable to finish reading it. After about 25% I could no longer continue reading while having to insert all the pronouns and rework the tenses of virtually every sentence. The story appears sound and interesting but the misuse of the English language and the lack of any proper editing makes it impossible to recommend this book.
  • The Last Praetorian on Jan. 21, 2013

    I enjoyed this book thoroughly. As a space opera it is full of cliches and fun references that for me only enhance the presentation. Classic characters and well thought out strategies make it interesting and engaging to read. For those who don't like the simplicity try another genre, this is space opera in the classic manner. Can't wait for book 2!
  • Elysium Part Two. In A Landscape on Feb. 09, 2013

    Just finished this one and looking forward to the finale of the trilogy. Excellent characterizations seem to be the hallmark of this author. The story is strong if a little too mysterious for me at times. The only thing I could criticize is the unrelenting vicious sadistic streak that runs strongly through almost every character in the book. It just makes it a little unreal for me, though given the circumstances of the book I suppose it could actually be realistic.
  • Midge Fly and the End of The World on Feb. 15, 2013

    Excellent work! This was all about FUN and it succeeded on a gazillion levels. Excellent editting job too, definitely a much more professional presentation than the majority of stuff we see. Anxiously awaiting Midge's next adventure!
  • Mission Beyond The Stars: Book #1 of "Saga Of The Lost Worlds" by Neely and Dobbs on March 08, 2013

    If you like space opera on a grand scale this book is for you! Interesting and compelling story - I just finished it and will be buying part 2 ASAP!
  • The Price Of Ascendance on June 08, 2013

    Great story, great characters, exciting technology, and horror elements jammed into an action-packed package. On top of that, a TRUE hero with true human qualities and concern for the effect of his actions on others, even the bad guys. Refreshing and much better than the average novel/movie where the good guys can't be distinguished from the bad guys any more. Find a publisher!
  • Bandwagon on Aug. 28, 2013

    Great fun! As an I.T. professional and an erstwhile musician I found the entire piece hilarious from beginning to end. Thanks and I am looking forward to more !
  • A Twist of Eternity on Dec. 17, 2013

    An interesting mix of traditional fantasy with a science fiction edge thrown in. The telling of the tale by a somewhat peripheral character works well. The characters quickly become people (beings?) you care about and the plot moves ahead briskly and smoothly, pulling the reader headlong into this fascinating world. Great read!
  • The Game on March 29, 2014

    Very good book, great pacing and pulls you in to the story. The quality of the writing and editing is excellent, more like you would expect from a major publishing house. Read it!
  • Transgression: A Time-Travel Suspense Novel on July 04, 2014

    A thought-provoking and ingenious novel that attempts to combine modern physics with ancient religion. The characters are strong and vibrant, the story is fascinating, and the suspense is unrelenting. A winner for me!
  • The Civil Engineers on March 03, 2015

    This is a great read, very interesting speculative science fiction with interesting characters and an apocalyptic setting. I loved this book, and when reading it thought that it would make a great sci-fi movie! I would definitely recommend this book to all sci-fi fans out there.
  • A Summer in Amber on Aug. 25, 2015

    This is a well written enjoyable book. It seems to be more of a romance than a science fiction adventure title, though there was a lot of adventure in it. It's probably for the best that the science was downplayed, as the biggest problem for this author seems to be research. Lack of research, poor use of the English language, and even simple spelling errors when repeated continuously made it hard to read. The great skill of the author in creating interesting and believable characters saved the book!