Friday, November 20, 2015


95% of who we are as humans is the same as everything else on the planet. Will we really let that 5% divide us from each other and the orb that keeps us alive. Without the planet where are we but oxygen breathers in deep space. Without each other we are extinct.

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Saturday, November 14, 2015

A compelling and exciting ending to gorgeously written epic journey.

By bookworm on November 5, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
Rewire is the third and final book in The Gold Stone Girl trilogy and it is the ultimate in
 satisfying endings! We have now traveled with these beloved and characters
(yes, I even love the villains as they are so richly complex) through worlds
of danger and strife, through challenges and quests for understanding and
every thread that has been woven into this epic tale is elegantly present at it's
completion. The twists are surprising, yet track completely within the world
that Nicole Quinn has created and she has managed to create this world,
deconstruct it, and then rebuild it anew while the reader has the pleasure of
experiencing every step of the well crafted journey. I won't give away the
details but I highly recommend Rewire as a most entertaining read, and
beyond that a deeper look into the world we are, and could be creating
in the present.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Sulis of the SUL - Disbelief, The Gold Stone Girl, book 2

SUL (acronym) subterranean upper life form. A thousand human families, in a variety of ethnicities, pioneered the interior of the planet, before the Great Collapse of the 27th century, when the planet submerged her seven continents and reformed into the Pangea-like continent of Blinkin.

The SUL are a cousin to the surface human, though they are not complimented by the association.

Monday, October 26, 2015

ODD - a review

on October 15, 2015
Pretty disjointed, but do note that I bought the second book in the series.

By Gendotte on October 23, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is an odd series to rate. The story gets 5 stars, at least the plot. But I have found myself going back time after time to try to figure just what the hell the author is trying to say. This world is so disjointed that after 3 books I still can't figure what really happened to good old earth. I suppose that magick is somehow involved, considering dragons. And this guy who sheds vermin.
There just does not seem to be much in the way of continuity here.
All that being said, I spent my hard earned money on the entire series because I wanted to see what happens next.
It's not my kind of book, but it is my kind of story. Maybe it will be yours.

Dear Gendotte,Thanks for taking the time to finish the story and write your thoughts. Glad to talk about the world anytime.  I like the word odd. - nq