- File Size: 4784 KB
- Print Length: 257 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Lisa Blackwood (November 25, 2011)
- Publication Date: November 25, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006EAMITG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,929 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Top Customer Reviews
Two, the author did employ an editor, in the kindle version it states the following "edited by Beth Balmanno.[...]
Three, there is not another story I have come across that is on this subject (Werewolves, billionaires and vampires get boring - don't knock me, I'm an author who has written about vampires and werewolves!).
Four, the author does an amazing job with world building and character creation. Well done!
Lastly, five, the whole series is available free through Kindle Unlimited,a sticking point with me.
Five examples for the five stars I have given. Keep writing dear author, this world is fun to be a part of! Your mind is a fascinating place.
As a reader, I automatically check for errors, it is in-grained within me. I must love this story so much I'm missing everything everyone is chatting about.
Here's the thing. With the availability of eBooks, we now get to read books written by authors from all over the globe. Some countries have different 'flavors' to their writing style(s). It is the way of the modern world. I find it exciting.
Strangely enough, while the world has grown high tech in most every area, publishing seems to have grown less 'techy' and I don't know why. The tools at a writer's fingertips are plentiful but just not as good as before the eBook wave took over the world.
I've invested in many things myself, as a writer, so I can understand how an error can creep in. Or a hand full. Or a book peppered with them, as has happened to me.
If the story is well written and keeps my attention, I don't care. (Look at my reviews, I am not always this nice.)
I've read some of the reviews here and while everyone is open to their own opinion, I think the author should applaud her success with this book. She's got my attention and I am hard to please.
My second problem with this book is that her definition of hamadryad is also incorrect. A hamadryad is not a tree. It is a dryad that is bound to a tree and who will die if her specific tree dies. They were the daughters of a nymph named hamadryas.
The story line is somewhat chaotic and does not explain enough for the first in a series. (I read it when it was titled Stone's Kiss.)
I might have enjoyed the book if it were not for these things, but instead it was a slog. I don't plan to bother with the rest of the series.
Thanks for another "Good read." On to book two!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I look forward to read the next volume in this series! Hopefully it will be better than this first in the Sorceress series!
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