Skies & Faeries
on Oct. 10, 2015
A tale told by someone on LSD? Dumb, time wasting rubbish.
The Beast of Rogue
on July 24, 2016
This is a story within a story with a grandmother telling a six year old about the history of her home. The historical story is highly inappropriate for a six year old; full of sex, language & murder. The switching between eras in the historical story seems to have confused the author, because knowledge is given to a character at her different ages and claimed to be the first disclosure.
One of the absolute WORST books I've ever read.
on Aug. 12, 2016
Grammar errors were so numerous & ridiculous, that I gave up after 30 pages. That's really bad for me to give up so easily.
Sins of The Gods
on Aug. 31, 2016
Boring, long winded, philosophical, rambling, etc. I kept waiting for the mystery and the detecting. I manage to struggle through to the end, but felt like I had wasted my time. Most books are hard to put down; not this one. It was hard to pick up. There were numerous missing words; words that were spelled wrong (to, too, two all sound alike but each has separate usages); misused words (you throw a ball, you don't through it.) The best thing I can say about this book - it was free.
A Death In Beverly Hills
on Sep. 02, 2016
I really enjoyed reading this book. Despite mixed feelings about Steve and about Tom, I couldn't help but root for them. This author is definitely on my short list of favs.
Where Foundlings Hide
on Jan. 15, 2017
I really enjoyed this book. But, I was seriously ticked when I came to the last page and found no ending!!!!!!
If a book isn't a stand alone book, the author should have the honesty & the decentancy to say so before the reader wastes their time with it!!!!!!
Polo Shawcross: Dragon Skin
on Jan. 07, 2018
I'm half way through the series! and already dreading the end of his tale, but enjoying every minute!
Polo Shawcross: Dragon Outlaw
on Jan. 07, 2018
This book left me wanting more, but, alas, there is no more. Enjoyed the tale very much. 'Bye Polo!
on Dec. 19, 2018
I'm glad this was a free book. The plot was interesting and exciting, but the writing was atrocious! I made notes of 152 of the worst examples, but there were so many more! It was overly wordy and confusing to read; horrible sentence construction; saying "turning over" when he/she obviously meant "turning around"; using "by" when on, in, at or to would have been correct; the book takes place in the USA, the characters are all American, but there were so many British terms it was annoying. And committing the cardinal sin of writers: Mixing his characters names up!
I can't help but wonder if the writer is still in grade school.
Advice: Get yourself an editor or ask your English teacher to help before you publish another book. You have good vision, but are a long way from being an author.
The Stolen Child
on Jan. 09, 2019
I really enjoyed this book. The characters were well developed and many took some time to show their good side (or their bad). I was disappointed to get to the end and learn it was the first of a series, but, I'll just imagine my own future for the two leads and be satisfied with that. I'll have to be because I know I'll never read another book about them.