Lisa Capehart

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Smashwords book reviews by Lisa Capehart

  • Apocalyptic and Dystopian Tales on June 18, 2013

    I was surprised how much I enjoyed these short stories! My favorite is "Green", the first story, though they were all good. Celesta Thiessen writes well, makes her stories interesting, and has a good imagination. One story has a follow up, and I have every intention of checking it out, because I want to know what happens! If you like end of the world stories, this may just be a collection you'll want to check out!
  • Invasion of the Ninja on July 15, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book. The action was good, the characters were very likable, and the ending was what I was hoping for! Jeffrey Davis writes well. He puts humor in all the right places, too. I saw the two star review here, and thought that was sad. If you don't want God involved in a book you're reading, fine. Don't read it! For me, it just made the book better! Its an integral part of this story, and obviously just as important to the tale as the martial arts aspect. It shaped the character's "character", making them who they are. Good job, Jeffrey!
  • Gateway to Thera on Oct. 15, 2014

    If you like ninjas, fantasy, and teens with good morals, this might be the book for you. I've read books one and two in the series by Davis, and really enjoyed them. Book three did not let me down. This is definitely a good sequel. His characters are well written, and I especially enjoyed the whole story line of this book, being a strong fan of fantasy myself. I especially appreciate the good morals in this story. I'm looking forward to the next one in this series!
  • Metahumans vs Robots on Feb. 22, 2015

    This was a fun collection of stories. Of course, I liked some more than others, but if you're into metahuman hero stories I think you'll enjoy most if not all of these. My absolute favorite one is 'The Black Knights of Stonebridge' by Jim Robb. Davis' Seigi and MacDonald's Nightcat are definitely characters I could read more of, as well. But each story was definitely interesting and enjoyable. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.