Malina Roos


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Smashwords book reviews by Malina Roos

  • In Extremis on Jan. 22, 2012

    Tight, faced paced story about a zombie apocalypse, Catholicism and duty to the masses. Gripping tale about a few survivors and the Priest and Nun that are fulfilling their duty to God and the Church while trying to remain alive. Zombie survival for the faithful. Very good read!
  • Feed on Jan. 22, 2012

    Very nice, mild vampire story until it rips your throat out with it's imagery. You do not want to miss this one, believe me. Jerry McKinney has created a masterpiece with Feed, an original take on the ever popular vampire mythos. Very nice Jerry.
  • Lie Canthropy on Jan. 22, 2012

    Wow. What a fabulous story. A mysterious girl makes a weekly trip to the local butcher shop. A curious man wants to know why and the secrets begin to unfold. Jerry McKinney has a way with words and imagery that makes you want to be a part of his dark and twisted mind. I am impressed.
  • Unleashed: Tail One on Jan. 22, 2012

    Loved this tail...I mean tale. A brilliant story told by the dog, the cat and a cop about the serial killer next door. Humor and vivid prose make this an enjoyable story to read. And yes that is how cats think.
  • Tears of Love on Feb. 12, 2012

    Jerry McKinney has created another masterpiece. In this short story, Jerry conveys horror, love, strength, and compassion. Beautifully written with a depth so real, it becomes tangible. Tears of Love tells the story of a family torn apart by the disappearance of sibling and the journey of brothers to find the body in the ditch. Do yourself a favour and read everything by Mr. McKinney.
  • Patchouli on Feb. 18, 2012

    Jerry McKinney has a way with words and characters that make you cringe and cheer all at the same time. Ahhhh the smell of Patchouli evokes passion, love, death....Check out the green eyed, hot girl in apartment 117. She looks like a playboy model, smells like heaven and makes you feel like a teenager. Then there is Irene, another hottie....she needs you to check out her plumbing.....
  • Tick on Feb. 27, 2012

    Very creepy little tale. What's really weird is how I never noticed my living room clock, until now. Colin is tired. Can't sleep, can't get along with the boss and missing his dead wife. Nothing is going right for Colin and now the clock won't stop ticking....anywhere. Another intriguing read from a master story teller.
  • Abe on Feb. 27, 2012

    Psychological horror at it's finest. Jerry McKinney takes you into the mind of a man who and leads you down a garden path littered with bones. Subtle and provocative, Abe is a man who loves his women and they return the favor.
  • Takers on May 12, 2012

    Creepy little tale about the destruction of the human race as seen through the annihilation of one family. Reminded me of all the weird scenes in XFiles. You will understand when you read the story. Jerry is a consummate story teller and has the ability to take you out of your reality for a short while.
  • Creep on July 13, 2012

    Lori Lopez has created a vignette of several moments and has brewed them so masterfully, brought them home and served them up in this fresh little story entitled Creep. A few of the pieces could well serve on their own if brought to further fruition, but together work just as beautifully. What a talented lady.