kirkrenn

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Smashwords book reviews by kirkrenn

  • Train of Souls on July 17, 2017

    After reading the review I wasn't going to bother reading this book, thankfully I did. I'm not sure what the last reviewer was saying, as I really enjoyed the whole story. The twist about Jack the Ripper was very good, and as for the ending...Stunning. Please write more Mr George G George
  • The Giraffe's Kiss on July 17, 2017

    Normally when I'm down I go to You Tube and put in Laughing Babies, and if that doesn't cheer you up nothing will. This has the same affect on me, I finished it with a warm and happy feeling. Well done George
  • The Spirt of Surfing on July 17, 2017

    when winning isn't everything...You can still win. That's what I got from this story, and the fact that it's very plausible is wonderful. A good read with a happy surprising ending, what more can I ask for?
  • The Mascot on July 17, 2017

    I'm not a football fan, but my husband said I should read this book and was worth it? A big YES. You don't have to like sport to enjoy a good read, and this one is just that. It shows a family sticking together and a mother is not someone you should upset. Girl Power.
  • Dark Light on July 17, 2017

    As a believer in mankind I even now think we will beat the speed of light, but when I'm not sure only that we will. This novel was great because it was believable, but had a great story as well. The characters are fun and could well be real, and I loved the robots. It's really nice to find a book that I can close my eyes and be there in the book, at one point I was sure it was real. Amazing.
  • Chronicles of Revenge - The Beginning on July 17, 2017

    I was told about this book by a friend and I'm very glad she did tell me. The story is just spell binding and made me ask myself, what would I do if someone murdered one or all of my children? Just how far would I go if I had the means. All I'm hoping is the next book as good as this one is, captivating is the best word I can use. Keep writing your doing it right, that's my view.
  • Alive persumed Dead on July 17, 2017

    What a funny book and to think the Author has said most of the tales are true, there was one part when I cried freely. This made me chuckle almost every page, good job sir.
  • The First North Man on July 17, 2017

    Well, well, well. where do I begin? I am glad I was informed about the contents, I've read 50 shades and this is in my opinion better because of the story. It took me through time and I was completely engrossed in the lives of the people, violence and sex are on the menu and what a meal. Sadly there isn't a follow up, so Mr G are you going to write one PLEASE?
  • Chronicles of Revenge The Final Battle on July 19, 2017

    Well I've just finished this book and was it worth waiting for????? YES it was and as I've now read the first part of this one and The First North Man and Train of Souls. I can say I loved the way the author has subtly linked all four books, that is something I've not read before. The book worked and I liked the ending, so many twists in the plot and I found myself living in the world of Matt North and his life. Not to be Missed.
  • Golden Swastika on Oct. 06, 2017

    I've been waiting for this book for a while now, and GGG didn't disappoint. Great story and very addictive, funny and serious with a really good twist. Did I get any of the clues right...NO. Well not until I started Googling them. I hope there's a sequel.
  • Little Noah and his Magic Ark on March 24, 2018

    Brilliant my two 4 and 5 year olds loved the first three chapters, I read it to them last night and will carry on in the proceeding nights. It wasn't long before they were both calling out the words that Noah's granddad said, and every time I say. "Noah heard his granddads voice calling him." They both shout. "Noah, Noah time to go home." Absolutely wonderful thank you.
  • Man on a Hill on March 24, 2018

    This is about stubbornness and who aint got a hat full of that from time to time. For a short story I really enjoyed it, although not sure if I could have done that. It was nice of the writer to add that it meant no disrespect to men who did go to the war.