Nathan Henrion


Nathan Henrion is a graduate of Western Michigan University and Grand Valley State University. He lives in Michigan with his drop dead gorgeous wife and twin sons.

He has worked in the publishing industry for almost a decade...and still enjoys books.

He feels really strange writing about himself in the third person.

He wonders if his author photo does not lend itself to serious credibility.

Feel free to spam his email at nathan_henrion[at]yahoo[dot]com

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Smashwords book reviews by Nathan Henrion

  • Road Rash on March 30, 2010

    Great story. Well worth the 99 cents. Simon is great at pacing and suspense, and this little tale will keep you glued to the page til the end. *Spoiler Warning?* I'm reserving the 5th star because I think this could have been developed into a longer piece. The reversal of the main character was quick and sudden. It would have been cool to delve deeper into his soul searching. But that is just a matter of taste.
  • Central Jail on April 03, 2010

    I enjoyed this quick read. A curiosity though is that it reads like a memoir (though listed as suspense.) I am going to assume that English is not Dhanraj P native tongue, though he writes very well in it, the piece has some grammatical issues that could be cleaned up a bit. It did not detract from my enjoyment of the story, however. I would have liked more detail and suspense buildup describing what Ramesh may have seen and how it affected him.
  • Over The Bridge on April 05, 2010

    Finally! A hero who does what everyone in the theater screams at them to do! Great Read! ****Spoiler warning**** Why not 5 stars? didn't explain the time warp phone call!
  • Prisoner 392 on April 08, 2010

    Fantastic Short Story. Prison is hell, and in the torments of an iron box in Belize, Jakob discovers just how deep and bizarre that hell is. Its like "A Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovitch" if Ivan's prison camp was nestled into Dante's underworld. Highly Recommend checking this one out.
  • Quickly In and Quickly Out on April 12, 2010

    Liked the style of this, great suspense. I thought the ending was too open ended. Some ambiguity is good, just not entirely. You got some skills though. Keep it up!
  • The Kind Gods on April 13, 2010

    Excellent. Great imagery, and well told.
  • And There Were No Cars on the Road on April 14, 2010

    Cool setting and story, though not as tightly written as "Quickly In and Quickly Out". Combine the pace and flow of QIQO with the story line of "And There Were No Cars on the Road" and you got a great read. The writer has a good mind, and is going to hit a home-run soon. I'll keep reading.
  • The Story on April 14, 2010

    I really dug this short. Ambiguous, it makes the mind wander, which is always a good thing. Highly recommend checking this out.
  • The Night Walk Men on Aug. 10, 2010

    Fantastic short story. Absolutely fantastic. It had a certain classic feel to the narration...can't quite place it right now...Gogol-esque perhaps. All I know is that it's past midnight because I couldn't stop reading it...and my head is swirling from the tale. Do yourself a favor and download this...and be ready to digest it slowly. There are some great lines in this piece.
  • The Night Walk Men on Aug. 10, 2010
    (no rating)
    Finally came to me...the voice is reminiscent of the narrator from Dostoevsky's "Notes From Underground" with a twist of Neil Gaiman thrown in for kicks.
  • Dark Horse Pictures on Oct. 08, 2010

    I am the last person on the planet who would be able to critique poetry, but I do know that I enjoyed this collection. Dark and musical. The poems worth reading again and again?: "Dark Horse Pictures", "Unfrogs/Prefrogs" and "evil".
  • The Fall Guy on Oct. 12, 2010

    Wood's books are always a fast-paced, lean and mean affair, and The Fall Guy is no different. Todd Collins makes a mistake by backing into the wrong car, which leads him on a life and death odyssey from San Francisco, to Dallas, to Seattle, then back home....a huge triangle of suckage. What makes this book so enjoyable is the way Collins dances around the idea of becoming a full-fledged criminal. At times he wants to jump in with both feet but is always pulled back by some thin line of conscience. I loved how the character craved the idea of doing bad things to bad people, but always found that he didn't really want to occupy that space. He does enough to exact his revenge, and at times seems to be a hapless dude always walking into the wrong situation, but in the end he takes what he wants from the underworld and is still able to walk away guilt free.