Trevor Compro


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Trevor Compro's favorite authors on Smashwords

Caroline Wood
Latest book: The At Least Game. Published August 31, 2017. (5.00 from 2 reviews)
Michael P. Rogers
Latest book: Deadly Deception. Published February 12, 2013. (2.00 from 1 review)

Smashwords book reviews by Trevor Compro

  • A Vampire in the Vatican 'Brotherhood of the Sword' on Jan. 13, 2014

    Good story with interesting characters. Very believable and quite a few surprises. Different than I'd thought it would be. The ending was great. Highly Recommended.
  • Pulchritudinous Book 1 on Jan. 15, 2014

    I thought I'd check out this book for my wife to read to our kids. I loved it. Great little stories joined together and great pictures. I've decided I'll be the one to read it to them. Highly recommended.
  • The Blame Game on Jan. 15, 2014

    Haaa. Cool. Maybe the girl just wanted rid of her guy. She may even get off scot free with this one. Great story.
  • A Slight Delay on Jan. 15, 2014

    I would classify this under psychological thriller. It's one of those stories that scares the hell out of you and you don't know why. As James Jenkins said 'just a chunk in the middle', if you had a beginning and an end (sometimes boring) then you'd understand EXACTLY what was going on. The passengers on the plane didn't know what was going on, that's what made it a good story.
  • Unfortunate Discovery on Jan. 15, 2014

    A good, easy to read story. Interesting concept as the author shows us a good imagination. Maybe James Jenkins should read reference material as obviously fiction is not his forte.
  • That Moment... on Jan. 15, 2014

    No wonder this book rates so high. It's brilliant. Thanks for the free read, I would have gladly paid for this one.
  • Nun with a Gun on Feb. 16, 2015

    Another great story about Inspector Martinelli. I love the vampire scenes, very funny although it is serious. Everything fits together as the story moves along. Wonderful how the Inspector works everything out and how he re evaluates as more information is gathered. The nun (sister maria) is an excellent character as is Wilhelm. I hope they appear in future stories. Definitely a love story from the past and the picture near the end brings it all home. Another great story and I'm also looking forward to the next book.
  • Ruck Nor on March 09, 2015

    Great little read. I'd hate to be in Craigs shoes. He shouldn't have been curious. Would like to read the next part if this is a series.
  • The Star Creature on March 09, 2015

    What a nice little read. Very compassionate. I liked the way the story flows, no heightened detail, just little bits here and there so we can use our own imagination. Good stuff.
  • The First Galactic Princess – A Bedtime Story on March 09, 2015

    Not what I expected and it surprised me. I like surprises. Another delightful story from a man who writes with feeling. I don't review on my preferences but what I read, and I did enjoy reading this even though I'm an adult. Lovely story.
  • Green, Green, Blue on March 09, 2015

    I thought this was a wonderful little read and I've known autistic children like this. BUT..I want to know what happened to Charlie?? I hope for a continuation in the future.
  • Inspiration Notebook: Over 100 Ways to Begin on March 09, 2015

    Very inspirational and motivational. But I didn't understand the pictures, probably just me.
  • Beware.....The Moon is Full on April 16, 2015

    It's amazing what you find on Smashwords when you can't sleep and get up in the middle of the night. I'm already a fan of this author but this is not what I expected from her. This is great stuff. True horror. Flash fiction at its best.
  • A Reckless Moon on April 21, 2015

    I think it would be more appealing to the ladies too but I thought it was well done. Yes the vampire has little emotion just like in the older films. I think it really worked here. I enjoyed it. Thanks for another free read.
  • Grave Misgivings on May 10, 2015

    Oh yeh, this is the kind of stuff I like. I agree with Linda, bizarre, creepy, scary, twisted. A great read and plenty of stories, each totally different.