Paddy O'Callaghan

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Smashwords book reviews by Paddy O'Callaghan

  • Beyond the Eyes on Jan. 26, 2013

    This book is absolutely thrilling,and beautifully written. I believe that it's Fords first, and what a debut. I'll be keeping an eye on this lady's writing career, and reading everything she writes in the future.
  • Becoming Human on March 23, 2013

    This novel cost me an entire day beacuse, like Magnus Magnusson, I started so I finished. I had no choice, I simply couldn't tear myself away. Terrific tome, brilliant book, spectacular story, call it what you will,I don't care, as long as you follow my advice, and buy it. I suppose it smacks a little of legacy Star Trek, but is not in anyway derivative, and although I'd especially recommend the book to Trekkies/Trekkies, I see no reason that those who despise the franchise wouldn't love it as well. The story is swt in 2163, and I wouldn't be surprised if that year turned out to be rather similar to that imagined by green. I believe Book 2 of the series is in the pipe line. I can't wait
  • Becoming Human on March 23, 2013

    This novel cost me an entire day beacuse, like Magnus Magnusson, I started so I finished. I had no choice, I simply couldn't tear myself away. Terrific tome, brilliant book, spectacular story, call it what you will,I don't care, as long as you follow my advice, and buy it. I suppose it smacks a little of legacy Star Trek, but is not in any way derivative, and although I'd especially recommend the book to Trekkies/Trekkies, I see no reason that those who despise the franchise wouldn't love it as well. The story is swt in 2163, and I wouldn't be surprised if that year turned out to be rather similar to that imagined by green. I believe Book 2 of the series is in the pipe line. I can't wait
  • Becoming Human on March 23, 2013

    This novel cost me an entire day beacuse, like Magnus Magnusson, I started so I finished. I had no choice, I simply couldn't tear myself away. Terrific tome, brilliant book, spectacular story, call it what you will,I don't care, as long as you follow my advice, and buy it. I suppose it smacks a little of legacy Star Trek, but is not in any way derivative, and although I'd especially recommend the book to Trekkies/Trekkies, I see no reason that those who despise the franchise wouldn't love it as well. The story is swt in 2163, and I wouldn't be surprised if that year turned out to be rather similar to that imagined by green. I believe Book 2 of the series is in the pipe line. I can't wait
  • Becoming Human on March 23, 2013

    This novel cost me an entire day beacuse, like Magnus Magnusson, I started so I finished. I had no choice, I simply couldn't tear myself away. Terrific tome, brilliant book, spectacular story, call it what you will,I don't care, as long as you follow my advice, and buy it. I suppose it smacks a little of legacy Star Trek, but is not in anyway derivative, and although I'd especially recommend the book to Trekkies/Trekkies, I see no reason that those who despise the franchise wouldn't love it as well. The story is swt in 2163, and I wouldn't be surprised if that year turned out to be rather similar to that imagined by green. I believe Book 2 of the series is in the pipe line. I can't wait
  • Stillpoint: A Novel of War, Peace, Politics and Palestine on May 11, 2013

    This is a profoundly important book with the power to expose the truth behind the Arab-Isareli conflict. If you enjoyed Michelle Cohen Corasanti's The Almond Tree, you'll love this, and vice Versa. It's set over seventy years, two continents and three generations: "Threescore and ten I can remember well: Within the volume of which time I have seen Hours dreadful and things strange; but this sore night Hath trifled former knowings." - Macbeth by Billy The Bard but there's even more to it than that. READ IT!!!!!!!!!!