Reviews by Steve

Dream Psychology

by Sigmund Freud

E-book is incomplete seems to switch to another e-book at about page 233 on my custom pdf file. As far as the writing goes. Freud makes wild assumptions and actually fails to provide substantial proof for his findings. This can be excused for a lack of true science in the field when he was working on it or just a generational gap. Sometimes a hat is just a hat.

Reviewed on 2012.04.25

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I have just finished the 3rd installment and am compelled to write this review. The characters are magnetic .. varied and interesting. There's a nice mix of traditional fantasy and fresh ideas. The story is colorful, it's detailed, it's serious and it's fun. I love a story that can stretch my limits of believability. I'll be watching for each new entry in the series!

Reviewed on 2011.08.07

Red Nails

by Robert E. Howard

This one was my first Conan tale. Very entertaining and kept me engaged. Ready to read more from Robert Howard.

Reviewed on 2011.06.09

The Adventures of Gerard

by Arthur Conan Doyle

An absolute joy to read - the bravado, pride and single-minded memories of Brigadier Étienne Gerard related to us as if we are sitting at his table sipping latte are timeless.

Reviewed on 2009.11.03

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