B.J. Price


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Smashwords book reviews by B.J. Price

  • Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins on March 02, 2012
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    15 pages into it and hooked. Did some websearching and bought the rest of the series.
  • Nobody Knows (The Thing That Really Matters About) Anything! on March 19, 2012
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    Good read. Deep and light.
  • No Turning Back on March 21, 2012
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    I haven't read the book yet, but if it is written in the same style as the bio...thumbs up! I'll get back to you eventually on what I think of the story.
  • Biblical Religion: The Great Lie on March 27, 2012
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    Your analysis of Abraham (starting with his father) and his descendants is making a lot of sense to me. You've put forward a logical, down to earth, explanation. And I suspect this person may have read your book http://www.ottawasun.com/2012/03/25/charity-chief-sues-blog I'm recommending this book to others. Can't help thinking about all the religions and sects of religions being based on 'dreams'. Anyone looking at this book on Smashwords, do not hesitate to get it and read it.
  • Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins on March 28, 2012
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    I finished Origins last night and started into Resurrection. I'm so glad I have the whole set. The ending of Origins is mind blowing. Without a doubt, the best space opera I've read. Mr. Lalonde, thanks for making your dream come true.
  • Smallworld: A Science Fiction Adventure Comedy on April 05, 2012

    Entertaining and odd. Recommended for readers who like to have their minds delightfully stretched.
  • 2012 The Secret Teachings of the Next Door Neighbour on April 07, 2012

    Fast paced, gripping, new age action.
  • Biblical Religion: The Great Lie on April 18, 2012

    Still recommending this book to others.
  • Honest, the Martian Ate Your Dog on April 27, 2012

    Entertaining for sure. Looking forward to continuing stories.
  • No Turning Back on May 01, 2012

    Gripping writing style. Great characters and plot. Looking forward to the sequel.
  • Ten Interesting Things About Human Behavior on May 18, 2012

    The author had asked if more books on human behavior would be welcome. Yes. Please write more.
  • If God Were a Space Alien: A Different Kind of Atheism on May 18, 2012

    Very interesting read about what can be real and what isn't and how to tell the difference. Recommended!
  • Explain That to a Martian 2 on May 22, 2012

    Humorous, short story, makes for nice light reading.
  • Answering Aunt Bertha ... Regarding Her God And Faith on May 22, 2012

    What Mr. Steiner's logic has taught him over the years has provided an excellent informative and an almost 100% scientifically accurate book about faith. I'll be recommending this one to friends.
  • Six Impossible Things on June 01, 2012

    The birdseed story brought back a simiilar childhoood memory
  • Soul Identity on June 02, 2012

    A new idea, a great story well written. Looking forward to more books by D. Batchelder
  • A Cats Tale on June 08, 2012

    Egypt and cats. Great book.
  • A Dream of Death (Detective Lincoln Munroe, Book 1) on June 10, 2012

    Realistically told crime drama. The character of Lincoln Munroe is well established and I am looking foward to more of how his life plays out.
  • Just a Canadian Girl on June 30, 2012

    I'll shall read this tonight for Canada Day! Thank you.
  • Just a Canadian Girl on July 01, 2012
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    I gave you 5 stars before reading because it was wonderful of you to give us this gift in time for Canada Day. The 5 stars still stand! You wrote a wonderful story of your trip. I enjoyed it right along with you. MOUNTIES!!!!! Thank you again and Happy Canada Day.
  • The Arwen Book one: Defender on Aug. 05, 2012

    Fun, fast paced action. Characters are well formed. The entire story line is an excellent idea well played out. Except for the many spelling errors it was an enjoyable read. It would be well worth it to go over it again, or get someone else to proofread it, and make the necessary corrections. This trilogy could easily be a hit.
  • Entropy of Imagination on Aug. 13, 2012

    Exellent AI adventure. It had me hooked from beginning to end. The story, and the characters, get more gripping right up until the last page. Highly recommended for anyone interested in some world wide web fun.
  • Entropic Quest on Aug. 13, 2012
    (no rating)
    Very strange story and very enjoyable.
  • Canada - When The Lights Go Out on Aug. 21, 2012

    I enjoyed your experiences in my part of Canada. The white water rafting was a hoot, among many of your other experiences. thanks for sharing your trip
  • Finis (Oolite Saga Part 4) on Aug. 21, 2012

    I'm not a gamer but this series was exciting. Got sucked right into the action and loved it. A thrilling ride!
  • Test Pilot on Aug. 22, 2012

    It's "not my job" to leave a comment. Good short story though
  • Memoirs of a Vending Machine on Aug. 25, 2012

    A strange yet intriguing story. Lot's of culture shock. It felt like I was there watching everything and getting just as nervous as the characters.
  • Infantry School: A Soldier's Journal on Aug. 25, 2012

    Good story about what you went through and your opinions about what you saw.
  • A Cats Tale II Cleo on Aug. 25, 2012

    Great stories. Loving them.
  • A Cats Tale III Apollo on Aug. 25, 2012

    Reading book 4 very slowly while waiting for book 5. I don't want them to end. Great series.
  • Daughter of the Sea on Aug. 25, 2012

    History and mythology and a great imagination. A good read. Very well written. I, too, am hoping for a sequel.
  • The Reason Revolution: Atheism, Secular Humanism, and the Collapse of Religion on Nov. 28, 2014

    Societies have evolved and gods have evolved with them. Dan Dana explains the history of religions in a concise manner. It's time for humans to evolve from their psychological dependency on fantastical, supernatural beings. The list of what a future, reason based society would be like is what every human should support. Believers of all faiths should take time to read this book. It is short, takes very little of your time. It will explain why atheists want a reasonable world. Thank you, Dan Dana.