This ebook would probably be useful and interesting to younger readers, teens and older children, as a quick and easy to read resource about events in World War Two
a short, well-written thriller and those looking for more prurient detail will find themselves disappointed.
The writing is excellent, conveying the horror of the situation, and the characters, thought briefly introduced, are conveyed well, each one playing a little extra role in the life of the elderly gentleman.
A fast sci-fi action short story, with some neat twists. The problem is that what it does, it does well, but what it does has been done better before.
Horror fans will love it, it is a hell of a ride. Others should approach with caution. Good taste, decency, and cutting away at the last moment, are totally absent.
A thought-provoking and carefully written short story that readers of drama and suspense fiction will enjoy, as will anyone who likes good writing.
strong characters with good character progression through both books, and some complex and well-woven plots mean these are stories mystery readers will enjoy, as long as they can handle multiple plot threads and non-linear storytelling.
While it has the basis of a good idea, I think this book badly needed a polish.
This is a book I would highly recommend for children whether read alone or with their parents.
R may be a great language, but this book is not a good resource to learn it from.
As a taster of the author's writing and a character piece it is great, but there's not a lot here for readers otherwise.
Overall, it has a lot of promise but lacks polish. her later works may be far stronger and might be a better place to start.
An excellent and chilling short story for lovers of ghost stories and quiet horror.
Chicklit readers should enjoy it: it has light medical drama, some romance problems before she finds the right man, and some career problems all coming together in a happy ending.
There is nothing wrong with the story itself, which is great for kids, but the presentation needs a little work to improve readability.
Highly recommended, and a great read for lovers of short stories of almost any genre.