Jesse Davis


I travel a lot for a living, and have time in the evening to read, and i love fantasy stories, and bible study. I have been an Unamended Christadelphian all of my life, and intend to remain so for the rest of my days.

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Smashwords book reviews by Jesse Davis

  • Blood Ties: The First (A Bane Pack Novel) on May 08, 2013

    not bad, i read this in one sitting, fairly easy read, the author doesn't loose loose you in too much description, but there is still plenty. The down side? limited plot line, the story was pretty simple,easy to predict. and in my opinion didn't have a massively grabbing feel to it. but otherwise an average pleasant brain candy type of thing to read.
  • Dying to Forget, Book 1 of The Station Series on May 25, 2013

    this was a pretty fair story for a short book not a bad read and i finished in an evening. I found the switch from suicide girl to super helper get you over it girl to be really fast, also a almost quit reading after the first 2 chapters, i thought "oh crap someone is publishing their journal as a self help for depression, should i even read this? it might be contagious and get me down for a while." but it's ok and the story gets better, but not good enough for me to buy the sequel for $4.50 for the e-book edition. the story wasn't riveting enough for the price, maybe like 99 cents the first story is too short to merit any more for the second.
  • Prayer Cycle : Protect The Human on May 28, 2013

    while i don't agree spiritually with the great spirit ideology, this comic does indeed make a serious point about what side we should be taking in our fight for life, and found the message very positive
  • Sora's Quest (The Cat's Eye Chronicles #1) on June 02, 2013

    Top notch story telling.enjoyed the world, the writing style,and the characters. Action packed and fast paced, good fantasy read, just enough detail to get you absorbed, and keep you there.
  • Cursed on June 02, 2013

    I really enjoyed this story, the characters are somewhat predictable, but that's good as long as the story telling and theme develop well and I felt this one did.
  • Jashandar's Wake - Book One: The Happenings on June 02, 2013

    The story is interesting the the beginning, but about 2/3 way through the author begins stretching out the story and introducing a lot of problems with no resolutions, making the end of the book a bit of a drag. It would have been better to introduce fewer problems at a time, and provide a few characters with more i dunno backbone? depth? drive! drive is the word i'm looking for, yep the story lacks drive, and none of the characters seem to have it.
  • Melianarrheyal on June 02, 2013

    i liked the basic premise of the story, and the world building was believable, however the author did dwell on the obsessiveness of the main character a lot, for good or for ill.
  • Pop Culture Sucks, Manifesto Of A Vampire on June 07, 2013

    lol i read this mostly cause i agree with the title, it's not bad actually. a few laughs contained within, but maybe i laugh easy? liked the snarky flavor.
  • True Majik on Oct. 26, 2013
    (no rating)
    the language is confusing, and rambly and it moves too fast.
  • Necrofairies on Oct. 26, 2013
    (no rating)
    this would make a fun beginning to a long series
  • Catho and Proty: A Discourse Between Zealots on April 10, 2014

    1) you missed a few names in editing. 2) while the information might seems valuable, most of what is written is a copy paste from a church history book. That was a bit disappointing I was expecting intelligent discourse.
  • Blood Work on April 15, 2014

    Not really a read for a younger audience. But definitely an attention getter and keeper. Read this in one night, was a pretty good blood moon read.
  • Summon Your Dragons on Dec. 15, 2014

    I have read loads of fantasy fiction, including many incomplete, with spelling and grammar errors. Sadly I must say this story has numbered among the worst. There is too much unnecessary description of backgrounds, investigation into character thought, an almost non existent plotline until about half way into the book, and what plot there is lacks any drive to keep a reader interested. The story develops far too slow, and for a fantasy junkie like me is the equivalent of feeding me watered down vanilla pudding though a coffee stirring straw, just too much effort to get something that isn't all that great, even as a free read