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Reviews by Bill

There Will Be School Tomorrow

by V.E. Thiessen

Didn't see that coming.

Reviewed on 2009.07.13

(Nothing But) Flowers

by John G. McDaid

Utter rubbish.

Reviewed on 2009.06.08

Seven Swords

by Michael E. Shea

Essentially a re-telling of "The Seven Samurai", this is a good page-tuner. I'm glad to see the writer has several other books released, seemingly all in the same universe, so I'll be sure to look into those as well.

Reviewed on 2009.05.24

The Book

by Hugh Perkins

Self-publishing is great, because you can skip the traditional channels. Unfortunately, some of the process of traditional publishing is very useful. In this case, it would have been highly beneficial for the author to have this professionally proof-read prior to publishing.

Reviewed on 2009.05.18

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