Linda Hamonou

Biography

Born in 1983 in Brittany, France, Linda Hamonou spent most of her childhood reading adventure and fantasy books while exploring the folklore of Brittany. Later studying Physics, Linda obtained her PhD at Queen's University, Belfast in 2009. Her studies led to travels in Europe and the US, leaving her with a sense of adventure that carried her to the top of Machu Picchu. A Phd graduate in 2009, Linda discovered NaNoWriMo and became determined to succeed by writing her first novel, "Demon Soul. After 6 months of hard work completing the novel with an eye toward self-publication, Linda also managed to draft her second novel "Attic Mirror." Hard at work on her third book, "Demon and Fairy," Linda has also completed a draft of a detective story not yet ready for publication. Juvenile, fantasy, fiction and Young Adult are her categories... so far but this motivated writer is sure to surprise all of us as much as she has surprised herself to date!

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Books

Harajuku Kiss
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 61,880. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Romance » Suspense, Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
(5.00)
At time, life can be so depressing. She is walking her usual recovery tour in Harajuku, finishing with a crepe, trying to forget that her boyfriend dumped her once again for the week-end... when the unthinkable happens... A boy stops in front of her and kisses her, in the middle of the street, before running away. Trying to discover more about him, she is dragged into a dangerous game of mystery.
Demon and Fairy
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 106,520. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
In the darkness of the Demon World, not all demons are the same. Seti is different, they are scared of him, forbidding him any sort of physical contact with anyone. Secretly, Seti practices his dark power not for "that" to happen again. His fate is Chaos except when he goes and sees Kallisto. But soon she will have to leave back to her own world, the world of fairy. Can Seti change their fate?
Attic Mirror
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 74,110. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
In her search for a little bit of calm in a very crowded and noisy house, Hitomi climbs the stairs to the attic. She discovers a room filled with the belongings of her late aunt Teresa. Old books, old clothes, and a mirror which is nothing ordinary. Will Hitomi manage to uncover the mystery of the mirror and the secret of Teresa? And what is an Yloc?
Demon Soul
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 96,830. Language: English. Published: October 23, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
(3.00)
She had seen his soul, a purple light, dancing, vacillating in his grey eyes and she had felt in love with him. They would have gone anywhere for each other, there seemed to be no end to their happiness. But now it was gone, his body had become an empty moving shell and he was forgetting about her, about himself, about everything.... Can Brownie get back his demon Soul?

Linda Hamonou’s tag cloud

adventure    attic mirror    chaos    crime    curse    demon    fairy    fantasy    harajuku    japan    kelpie    kiss    lost love    love    love story    magic    mantis    marriage    mirror    mystery    new world    phoenix    romance    secret    soul    travel    yloc   

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Smashwords book reviews by Linda Hamonou

  • The Whale Whisperers of Ensorclea on Aug. 04, 2014

    This book is awesome. This book is amazing in many ways. It takes you to a world where two sorts of people reside. The firsts are the local of the planet, they hold the keys to mysterious secrets. On their side are the whale whisperers. The seconds are the alien, who came from a world they already destroyed with technology and are about to do the same here. On their side is the King of the empire. This book is filled with wisdom on both sides of the story. It's not only a political story, it's also a sort of detective story about a murder case. There are so many things happening that you can never get bored with it and you have to keep on turning the pages. The characters are delightful and the scenery is vibrant. Seriously, go grab it.
  • Nightmares of Caitlin Lockyer on Sep. 10, 2014

    Nathan Miller has a secret and he is not ready to let anyone know what happened, which makes him an unreliable narrator, which means, for you as a reader, that he is going to bullshit you to no end to protect his own ass. But the problem is, that, like all liars the more they talk, the more they betray themselves and slip information that they shouldn't have. Even though I liked the concept and that it was nicely pulled out, one thing that bugged me was that the information he lets slip out is by itself a bit inconsistent as is it was more lies and I'm kept on hoping that it would all make sense at the end and somehow I still have questions. Even when you know everything things still don't add up. I think part of them would be answered in book 2 of the series as Caitlin seems to be more able to relate things efficiently for the reader. Another thing that annoyed me in this book was that a lot seemed unrealistic mostly due to the underdevelopment of most of the characters. Let's face it Nathan is only preoccupied for himself and Caitlin but I still believe the story would have been a better if the other characters had some sort of reactions or feelings that were actually explored. I'm not going to make a complete, but just imagine a second, your children have been threatened by terrorists and your daughter disappear and she is sent to you bit by bit by mails. How would you react? Personally, I don't have children, but I would think I would freak out. Well Nathan's parents think that she would show up eventually because she always does. I wondered if that was Nathan bullshitting me again, but most of the secondary characters react this way. It's a bit like the entire world has stopped and only Nathan has feeling for Caitlin. Part of the action also made me cringe as not possible, but once again as it's Nathan telling you that there is no way to know what really happened. Nathan is creepy to no end and I hated his sorry, guilty ass right from the begging. I personally wouldn't like him anywhere close to me. Not I have some prejudices against nice and helpful people.
  • The Curse of Malenfer Manor on Oct. 07, 2014

    This book is everything at once: an historical novel, a romance, a ghost story, a mystery and a story of a man who overcome his past, guilt and trauma. There is a lot to learn from this book and it was a really good and pleasant read. I was really fond of the main character Dermot for being himself despite adversity. I liked Sophie for being weak, Simonne for being different, Madame for acting as expected, Emile for being the nice twin, Arthur for being alive even as a dead man. And I hated Crevel, Pierre and Gustave. All the characters have very different personalities and it's easy to relate to them or to find their characteristic in your friends. The little part that didn't work for me was the explanation of the murder case. It seemed to be a lot of details missing and I would have loved to have a more palpable "how it was done?" answer. There were also some part that seemed a bit blurry in my mind and I had trouble to see what exactly was happening. I enjoyed the setting and the fact that it was set in France and that the main character was Irish. That part talked a lot to me and it was done just right. I would recommend this book to all fans of mystery and historical fiction.