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Choice of Robots, by Kevin Gold

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Waaaah - robots!, May 1, 2016
I have to stop reviewing the titles I love! Longer titles like this are more labours of love than commercial ventures and if we want to see more of them from Kevin Gold - who writes a seamless, broad and >original< narrative in Robots
- we need to read and review in their support.

In choice of robots I ended up helping humanity better itself with my robot creation made out of, yes . . . wood.

Why oh why I didn't see eye to eye with the department of Defence I'm not quite sure. . .
; )

Attack of the Clockwork Army, by Felicity Banks

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Steampunk gem, May 1, 2016
Alright, I'm bias. I love steampunk and want to see more at it - this is a great story and it promotes something that I love - so I'm giving it 5 stars.

Read it, demand more of it!

As an aside, my love was taken - I spent whole minutes wallowing in the misery of unrequited love
. . . such is life : ) and I have respect for any author who is brave enough to depart from the 'yes every man/woman is available and sexually interested in you' automatic, that aspiring authors (like myself) gravitate to to garner cheap likes

Well done Felicity Banks

The Sea Eternal, by Lynnea Glasser

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Lovely way to spend an afternoon, April 30, 2016
Really enjoyed The Sea Eternal : )

I thought it was very well written, it benefits from the really clear choicescript format, in parts SeaE was quite poetic, there was lots of freedom to be yourself, there was a city of glass, mermaids. . .

I recommend you give it a try!


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