Steven Lucas

"Technician, Geek & Hypnotist"
Simulator technician, hypnotist, guitarist, drummer, web master, programmer, author, pc technician.
Helpful votes received on reviews: 76% (66 of 87)
Location: Devon, UK
Birthday: 20 Jan
In My Own Words:
Technical, moderately funny, quiet and calm. Husband, father & grandfather and happy. Can't ask for more really.

Reading, writing, guitar, bass, drums, hypnosis, NLP, internet marketing, webmastering, photography.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 17,895 - Total Helpful Votes: 66 of 87
Nourished By That Which Consumes by Joseph Ephraim
Joseph Ephraim certainly does have the hang of writing a good description for his characters and locations, but as stated in other reviews, he is very light on dialogue. It makes the book difficult to read in my opinion and lets down a good story. There is a lot of jumping backwards and forwards in the time line too and unless you are familiar with Chinese naming you may not know the gender of a character until they are referenced as 'he' or 'she'. A constantly changing point of view doesn't help either. The thoughts of one character for a few paragraphs, then changing to another character makes for a very disjointed story. We know from the beginning that the story is about the female… Read more
I Didn't Know It Was That Kind of Party! A First L&hellip by Maggie Fremont
1.0 out of 5 stars What kind of party?, 29 May 2014
The ending might just have well been written on the first page rather than the last. Too obvious, too tacky and just not erotically entertaining.
Cracking the Gurus Code: From Completely Lost Newb&hellip by Steve Rich
I didn't realise at first that I'd grabbed the same book in two different places but they are identical. Useful info, mostly about self branding. It is interspersed though with a lot of stuff about the author personally which actually adds nothing to the active content and merely bulks the word count up - something that the author actually warns against. Hence the loss of one star.

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