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Smashwords book reviews by dracavia

  • Forgotten Soul (Book 1 of the Soul Reader Series) on Sep. 14, 2011

    Tasha has created a very intriguing and unique (to my knowledge) world here, that leaves me curious for more. Both Michael and John proved to be very charismatic characters, leaving me just as curious for more about them as their world. It also doesn't hurt any that they have excellent chemistry with each other, in and out of the bedroom, as well. ;) I look forward to the next installment in the series!
  • Forbidden Soul (Book 2 of the Soul Reader Series) on Feb. 11, 2012

    A great second installment! It's a shorter story and I don't want to spoil the plot, so I won't go into details on that here. Suffice to say, John and Micheal's chemistry is just as hot this time as the last, and the mythos of the universe just keeps unfolding in new and interesting ways. I look forward to further installments in this series!
  • Cat's Creation (Chronicles of Charlie Waterman #2) on April 15, 2012

    Another great installment in the Charlie Waterman series! I loved the increased insight into more members of the group, and the evolving dynamics as The Questers go off on their first whole group mission. There's character development, mystery, intrigue, even a touch of romance. Everything I could want in a quick and easy read.
  • Cat's Confidence on Oct. 10, 2013

    Third book out in the series and I enjoyed it just as much as the first two. I love how the different planets/dimensions each story is set on allow the series to explore various genres. This one harkens heavily toward the high fantasy, which was always one of my favs growing up, and it did the genre plenty of justice. I also quite like the way Natasha handles the Questers, not tying herself into having to use every Quester in every task, or have them all front and centre all the time. With a large ensemble, it's easy to get lost, but by keeping the focus on Charlie and then having each book explore his developing relationships with one or two of his other Questers, you gradually get to know them all, without feeling like the knowledge is superficial at best (a common pitfall of large ensemble casts). All in all an easy and highly enjoyable read, I'll definitely be buying the next one when it's released.