Chaos B.


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Smashwords book reviews by Chaos B.

  • Earth Force I on March 14, 2013

    A very nice first book for what promises to be an interesting series. Good, believable characters, fast paced and exciting combat sequences, and a plot interesting, and with enough twists and turns to keep you reading until the end.
  • Ship's Boy on March 19, 2013

    As mentioned, the ending is a very abrupt cliffhanger, more suited for the end of a chapter than a book, which is more than a little jarring. Now that said, as a book to get people into the series, it works great, presenting an interesting universe and characters, and enough going on to keep you interested, without dumping too much information on the reader at once.
  • Wish Fulfillment on June 04, 2013

    A short but enjoyable take on the idea of 'What would YOU do if you were offered three wishes?', as well as providing a good example of why you shouldn't make important decisions on an empty stomach.
  • Argo on June 04, 2013

    As others have mentioned, the story starts out with a nice sci-fi feel to it, but ends on a very 'Twilight Zone' footing, leaving the reader to look back on the the events and characters in the story in an entirely different light.
  • The Grin of Prophecy (Book 1 of the Death Incarnate Saga) on Sep. 22, 2013

    Though it could use some polish in several places, the story itself is quite good, with a main character who is powerful, yet still faces limitations to keep him in check, and interesting world and magic system, and a nice cliffhanger at the end to make you want to pick up the rest of the series.
  • Empress's Endgame (Book 5 and final of the Death Incanate Saga) on Oct. 04, 2013

    Much like previous entries in the series, there's plenty of action, more than enough combat to keep things interesting, and a satisfying ending to the war that has been building over the course of the series. As far as the series as a whole, though unpolished in some places(nothing too big), it was well worth picking up, with more than enough twists and turns plot wise, action, and interesting characters to keep things moving and enjoyable, and is a series I'm glad I stumbled upon.
  • Nine Goblins on Jan. 31, 2014

    An interesting and enjoyable mix of lighthearted and serious. The goblins themselves will often have you chuckling at their various antics as well as how they see, and deal with, the world around them, while at the same time the situation they find themselves dealing with is a mix of grim and almost-tragic.
  • Exponential Apocalypse on March 02, 2014

    Starts out strange, gets even more so as the story progresses, and hilarious throughout.
  • Dryad on July 04, 2014

    A nice short sci-fi tale involving a planet with some very interesting life on it, how it affects those sent to study the planet, and how they affect the life on the planet in turn.
  • The Zombie Knight Saga - Volume One - Elegy for an Immortal on July 04, 2014

    Little rough in spots, with two places where sections of text repeat(beginning of chapter two, and midway through the book if memory serves), but the world created is close, but not quite earth-like, which makes it both new and familiar, the characters are interesting, with the interplay between them really giving you a good sense as to the type of people the two main characters are, and the plot and action keep things going nicely. Overall a nice introduction to the world and characters, and one I'm glad I stumbled across.
  • Forgemaster (Book 1 in the Spirit Guide Saga) on Dec. 08, 2014

    Similar to the Death Incarnate Saga, a little rough in spots(mostly dealing with tenses), but the core story is an enjoyable one with an interesting world and characters.
  • The Sweet Night on Jan. 04, 2015

    A very nice read, and though classed as a Romance, it's one that involves plenty of action, though most of it takes place in the arena of business, where even a 'mere' human can go toe-to-toe with a vampire.
  • Early Byrd on Oct. 05, 2016

    An enjoyable story of two brothers 'adopted' by their conquerors, to act as bridges between two species where many on both sides think that peace is a mistake. As a first book in what will hopefully turn into a series it's good, with plenty of action and nice world-building explaining both what has happened and the plans 'Uncle' has for the boys in the future.