Reviews by Bryan

Think and Grow Rich!

by Napoleon Hill

This book puts everything into perspective. It is a must read if you are serious about achieving success and living the best life that you can live. Amazing.

Reviewed on 2015.05.23

The Blacksmith's Hammer, or The Peasant Code

by Eugne Se

A fantastic read; principles, virtue, vice, war, love, loss, duty, joy, honor, courage, kindness, forgiveness and redemption. All of these things set against the timeless struggle between rich and poor, and those of both classes who operate according to either timeless principle, or its guttural counterpart; fleeting, senseless materialism born of the belly for today. The story moves in those grand circles ordained by divine providence that continue to reunite the actors despite circumstance, time and distance. A grand weave of a tale that will not disappoint.

Reviewed on 2013.12.05

Star Dragon

by Mike Brotherton

An enjoyable story.

Good plot with interesting characters that don't always do what might be expected.

Reviewed on 2011.05.20

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A good, quick read. It feels like a prelude to quite a bit more, though I haven't located any other works by this author.

You get: superheros (sort of), a scifi/fantasy convention (in snatches), a hardboiled detective type (though really he moonlights for a three letter agency), some sex (which is tastefully done and easily skipped if you must), and the foiling of a terrorist plot. All of it by thoroughly adult characters. Adult as in 'solid and mature', not as in XXX.

Reviewed on 2007.10.04

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