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Hell Comes on the Wind

by Anthony E. Bradbury

Historically accurate but somewhat boring as historical fiction.

The author desperately needs to hire a proofreader. The is probably the worst ebook I've read for misspellings. Every instance of until is spelled imtil. Just about every page of this novel has misspelled words.

Reviewed on 2010.04.23

Star Dragon

by Mike Brotherton

It was an okay read but it seemed the author could not make up his mind what he wanted the story to be.

It was choppy at points and towards the end, it seemed like the author ran out of steam and just abruptly ended the story.

Reviewed on 2010.04.11

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Excellent, fast moving story. Very interesting twist on the post-apocalyptic story.

Reviewed on 2009.12.27

The Mystery

by Stewart Edward White

Good sea story. Some interesting twists and turns and terrific characters.

Reviewed on 2009.12.27

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