Enjoyed the beginning.Really started disliking
The heroin.I enjoyed the new body and powers.
Then had watch flail around not using them.
And the constant winning and self analysis.Skipped headphone end missed Nothing !
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Tamisan (Tamisan Book 1) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Susan Carter grew up in Sydney's West, but in a smaller town with plenty of bush on the outskirts. It made for a perfect playground - bush to hide in and explore, trees to climb. Great food for the imagination. She loved to draw, paint, play the guitar and recorder, and write stories. Sitting around the kitchen table with her brothers and sisters, either drawing or painting the object that her father placed in the middle of the table, or writing stories together. But life gets in the way of dreams, and all those fun things gave way to working and socialising, getting married and having a son, now all grown up. Dreams have a way of creeping back into your life. Sue reached a point in her life where she wondered what she should do with herself - career-wise and with her free time. This got her thinking about what made her happy as a child, and the memories came flooding back. Writing and art. During several art courses and a creative writing course, she started writing her first serious Paranormal/Romance novel, "Tamisan." It is available as an eBook right now where all good eBooks are sold and is available in print. Writing on paper proved to be too complicated when it came to editing, so she bought a computer. This eventually led to teaching computers. Life still tried its best to stop her, but with "Tamisan" finally finished and "The Andromeda Mine" well on the way, there's no looking back. Being someone who is into all things arty, she has also created some images for a children's book called "The Lake," which is a story in a book called "Australian Boys Adventures" by Richard Dabinett. Unfortunately, it is not available as an eBook (yet). She also designed and painted the digital artwork for the cover of her book using a graphics tablet. Sue is a part-time TAFE teacher and still lives in Western Sydney with her son, but sadly no bush behind the house to play in. She is encouraging her siblings and her son to write, so hopefully there will be more published authors in the family soon. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
- ASIN : B005OQJ4MU
- Language : English
- File size : 3246 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 422 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0987321439
- Best Sellers Rank: 489,389 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Great read.Reviewed in the United States on 8 March 2019
This was a very entertaining book. I enjoyed the duality of the main character. The way she managed to adapt to the constant changes thrown at her and the frailty of her was captivating. An excellent read.
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Linda C. Readman
I LOVE IT!Reviewed in the United States on 23 September 2019
I LOVE this book! The story is definitely a page turner and I didn’t want it to stop reading! On to the next book for more continuous story....you love it too. 😍
Stayed up half the night finishingReviewed in the United States on 14 February 2019
This book hooked me right away. Very interesting the way it was done. Lots of implications to think about in it. Will be reading the second one. Great imagination Susan!