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Smashwords book reviews by sistahanime

  • Friends With Partial Benefits (Friends With Benefits Series (Book 1)) on Aug. 25, 2011
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    I will do my best to review this without spoiling. Simply put, this book is amazing. It is because of books likes this that I love romances. It was like being in college all over again, but the drama is way better. You get so in touch with these characters that I am sure you know about 5 friends or more who match these characters emotions. The plot is good and flows very well. During this story you watch the main male character grow and mature right before you eyes. I was literally in my chair cheering him on out loud. I knew i was going to love this book as soon as read the first three pages and laughed out loud. Normally I would complain about how few actual sex scenes there were but this book didn't need them. There more than enough frustrated love and drama to go around. This book is well worth the money and I happy to have it on my iPod because i WILL be reading it again. I stayed up way into the wee hours of the night finishing it so I highly suggest you keep track of time or read it when you have day to yourself. Great work!
  • Symphony of Blood, A Hank Mondale Supernatural Case on Oct. 01, 2011
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    (Once again I will try to review a book without spoiling) This book is a league of it's own. It's absolutely unique. For a moment it's like a detective case file. A simple investigator trying to solve a bizarre case and just as the suspense builds it switches point of view. I have just gotten into the horror story genre and it's because of books like these that I wonder why I didn't start reading stories like these earlier. This is one of those books that I could easily see being turned into a horror movie. The characters are...for lack of a better word, vivid. There is quite a bit of cussing but I didn't mind cause it fit the characters well. Something not a lot of authors can do. You really get an understanding of them and even find yourself invested in the characters that only appeared for a few pages. I love this story and I have already suggested it for my local library.
  • Grundish and Askew on Dec. 04, 2011
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    This book is amazing and not for the faint of heart. This is the first time I have ever read a dark comedy fiction. I didn't think this book would be able to pull off something like this and boy was I wrong. This book is balls to the wall, gritty, straight forward, full speed, dark comedy fiction. I am now in love with a new genre. I never thought i would care so much about two characters in my life. They were so in depth and you followed them so closely that you were actually hoping they achieved this simple dream of hookers, weed, and yacht on international seas. I also loved the part when the book knows its a book. It takes big BIG balls to critique your own novel during your own novel. This author knows what he is doing and does it well. when I have the time and the money I am getting the previous book before this. Normally for a good book I would give a 4.5 but i give this a full 5. If i could... I would give it a 9. This book keep me intrigued, laughing, and several times my mouth dropped. I recommend this book to everyone.... except those who are sensitive. No way on earth you are going to make it through this book.
  • Grundish and Askew on Dec. 04, 2011
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    This book is amazing and not for the faint of heart. This is the first time I have ever read a dark comedy fiction. I didn't think this book would be able to pull off something like this and boy was I wrong. This book is balls to the wall, gritty, straight forward, full speed, dark comedy fiction. I am now in love with a new genre. I never thought i would care so much about two characters in my life. They were so in depth and you followed them so closely that you were actually hoping they achieved this simple dream of hookers, weed, and yacht on international seas. I also loved the part when the book knows its a book. It takes big BIG balls to critique your own novel during your own novel. This author knows what he is doing and does it well. when I have the time and the money I am getting the previous book before this. Normally for a good book I would give a 4.5 but i give this a full 5. If i could... I would give it a 9. This book keep me intrigued, laughing, and several times my mouth dropped. I recommend this book to everyone.... except those who are sensitive. No way on earth you are going to make it through this book.
  • Vestige (Vestige, #1) on Aug. 19, 2012
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    I read this book and I love it. My rule of thumb is that if you can hold my attention from the first chapter you may just get it till the end. This book not only grabbed my attention but dragged me all the way to the end. I don't want to give out too much information and ruin the book so I'll try to keep thing vague so you can enjoy it. It's basically focused around two teens and the people around them have gone missing. I can't say why without ruining the book but as you read the pieces slowly start to fit into place. Each action and every introduction of another character in this book is relevant. So it's one huge guessing game of who is this person and is their role good or bad for the main characters. Trust me this book will absorb you into this world and keep you wanting more. Literally. From how it ends...I am sure from the others review you figure out it ends on a cliffhanger. All i know is that I will be in line for a digital copy. Highly recommend it.