Reviews

Deeper Meaning

http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R1DYSP7N6P3UT5/ Bridge Through Time By Ronesa - Mystical Emona series on June 29, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition "Bridge Through Time" immediately grabbed my attention. Alien contact! I fretted along with Max that he might have altered history with his time travel. The beginning of this story was a bit of a tease, however. I thought it would be about the aliens whom the author described in such vivid detail, but then the story focused more on the ADHD his sons Kyle and Peter suffered (mostly Kyle). After that it switched to Kyle's point of view, as he dealt...

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This book has forbidden love… passion and violence…

http://thereadingbud.com/2015/06/01/book-review-delusional/ Plot/Story: I must say that this story was surprisingly quick read and even though I am not must a fan of Romance based stories, this story did made me fall in-love with the story and the characters. At first you have two storied that slowly being combined together. From the beginning of the story you are kept in suspense of who is the thief of the Hope diamond and why or how Patricia has her hallucinations and delusions. Characters: The characters are well written and well plotted out. The author placed so much thought and care...

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I felt I could read it a second time

http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R4Q6HEQOAQU1S 5First Contact might not be what you expect By Emanuel Grigorason May 27, 2015 Format: Kindle Edition Bridge Through Time is a book that gets from me the best comment I can give to a book: I felt I could read it a second time and love it the same way. It's not the first book written by Scott I read, but it is my favorite. From the first pages I got emerged into a time and place where time travel and aliens are possible. Most books have strong first sentence and after they fade. It takes at least a dozen pages to pick up the interest...

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Loved reading this book :)

http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R12CCBB1AOIKNH/ 5.0 out of 5 stars Loved reading this book :) , May 12, 2015 By Galit Balli Format: Kindle Edition Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Review Plot/Story: It was not a fast pace read or a slow one, but it had a perfect pace and as a reader (even an adult reader) this was a fun read. This was a very thought off book and the author too the time to show us all that was needed to be shown: Like the magic, it was almost at arm reach. You could see the magic so well and it was undeniable real....

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Charming fantasy for the pre-teen crowd

http://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2EVMWARIK5KXD/ 5.0 out of 5 stars Charming fantasy for the pre-teen crowd , May 11, 2015 By KSF Format: Kindle Edition Wizard Planet, the second in the My Wizard Buddy series, describes Tyler's adventures when he goes to his wizard buddy Dirk's home planet, where everyone has magical abilities. The setting is vividly described and sure to spark the imagination of the pre-teen audience. There's plenty of action, but little real violence. (Paintball guns substitute for real guns, and bullying teen wizards know they aren't allowed to kill Tyler.)...

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Reminds me of Jumanji and Amulet

http://www.amazon.com/gp/review/R3RSAECXXAHJLD Living exciting adventures with my wizard friend! By Guillermoon March 19, 2015 My Wizard Budy is a juvenile fiction that tells the adventures of Tyler Dunsmore, an eleven-year-old kid that has certain problems to socialize…until his outer-space alien wizard, Dirk, appears. Is then when the story gets very interesting. Tyler and Dirk will be very busy almost all through the book and they will experience very nice and cool situations, with special attention to the paintball war, where some crocodile creatures/gangsters enter in scene or when...

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My Wizard Buddy by Scott Spotson is nothing short of awesome.

My Wizard Buddy by Scott Spotson is nothing short of awesome., January 20, 2015 My Wizard Buddy: (Juvenile Fiction) (Fantasy & Magic) (Kindle Edition) Imagine you asked the universe for a best friend, and it responded by sending you a magical kid from another planet that could do just about anything you wished for, and a few things you didn't? That's what happened to eleven-year-old Tyler Dunsmore. He was feeling left out of conversations and friendships because his parents refused to let him have the games and technology that so many of his classmates were constantly playing and talking about....

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Unputdownable

http://bookishlover.blogspot.ca/2014/11/scott-spotson-delusional-book-review.html Career orientated Patricia Fowler's previous relationships had gone awry. In Delusional, Patricia develops tender feelings for her married co-worker Paul. During this time Paul happened to be unhappy about his homelife because of his seemingly bored wife Wendy. Naturally, Wendy was not happy that Patricia had come between her and Paul. So, strange things started to happen with Patricia. Delusional was a suspenseful story and the book was unputdownable. The story started off slow, some time was taken to introduce...

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“Book Hits a “Home Run” — My Wizard Buddy, Target Earth”

5.0 out of 5 stars Book hits a home run with "man"-beasts, November 19, 2014 By Mark Isaacs - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: My Wizard Buddy: Target Earth (Juvenile Fiction) (Fantasy & Magic) (Kindle Edition) The cover of My Wizard Buddy: Target Earth offers a tantalizing glimpse at one of the most imaginative plot points I have come across in my many years of devouring books. Since it's on the cover anyway, I won't be spilling a spoiler by saying that it portrays the transformation of the shape-shifting ET version of Earth's war-loving Spartans...

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The Hunger Games with Magic and Aliens

http://www.amazon.com/review/R19FTQC5BV4BNI/ 5.0 out of 5 stars The Hunger Games with magic and aliens , November 5, 2014 By J.C. Wing Format: Kindle Edition This is the third book in the My Wizard Buddy series, and in this reader’s opinion, the best one of the three. While the first two were very creative, the third one had a little different feel to it. The authors were very successful at building a satisfying anticipation with Target Earth, and promoted things such as the importance of teamwork, strategy and taking care of one another. An alien race, the Genzi, have invaded Earth...

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