Nameless

Nameless Reviews
Nameless
Nameless
“NAMELESS is a sci-fi treat filled with action, romance and the eternal quest of remembering who we really are. Gritty at times, poignant at others, with a touch of hilarity in between.” ~Tosca Lee, New York Times Bestseller“I couldn’t put the book down. Great characters, the plot moves along fast and sucks you in, and it’s set in a nicely realized universe with colonized moons, all kinds of different space ships, and filled with several different political/social groups. I really enjoyed spending time here, and I’m so going to buy the sequel. (The ending is abrupt, and makes you want to read the sequel right away…) I could go on and on about what I loved… but it’d be full of spoilers…” ~Aaron DeMott, A New Threat: The Psygen Chronicles

“Recommended for fans of gritty, intense space opera with shots of humor amid the gun-fights and murky pasts. This isn’t a Christian book, but it is a capably-written book featuring a Christian character and displaying acts of honor, sacrifice, and a desire for redemption.” ~The Quiet Pen

“This author has an incredible, really incredible, way of using the English language to paint a picture and transport the reader to a specific place! I did not intend to get emotionally involved with the characters, but I found myself doing so…. If you read this book, and I hope you do, I believe it will affect you emotionally and cause you to think about things on a much deeper level than you may have for a while.” ~Amazon Reviewer

“Previously I have stayed away from the Sci-fi genre and viewed it as something I would never like. “Nameless” has changed my mind! It is set in the in the future with unique characters that are easily seen in your mind, thanks to the author’s amazing descriptions and ability to bring them to life. I read it in two sittings and still wanted more! I would definitely recommend “Nameless” to Sci-fi fans and ANYONE who is looking for a good read!” ~Amazon Reviewer

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Ashes

Ashes Reviews
Ashes, a Prelude to Nameless

Ashes, a Prelude to Nameless

“This is a wonderful introduction to Ms Williams book “NAMELESS” ! must say that after reading Nameless I am eagerly waiting for the next book in this Trilogy to come out. Really want to follow the adventures of Xander and friends! A very good read!” ~Amazon Reviewer

“I like the background on Kale. I really like the character, Kale. It is a good prelude to the book. Very good book.” ~Amazon Reviewer

“This was at great way to learn more about some of the characters A C book Nameless. Can’t wait for the next book.” ~Amazon Reviewer

“It’s great fun getting to know some of my favorite characters a little more and see their view of the world.” ~Amazon Reviewer

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Finding Fireflies

Finding Fireflies Reviews
Finding Fireflies

Finding Fireflies

“From the one-page prologue, I got the immediate sense this would be like what a book would read if Rene Gutteridge and Nancy Rue worked together. By the time I got 13% through the book, I lost count of how many times I was laughing, howling, guffawing, and decided to refuse to get my jaw reattached after all the insanely well-done humor. Yet even in the more serious parts, it gets thought-provoking, using some uncomfortable terms that Jordin uses to describe (while being tasteful) what it’s like being a victim of human trafficking…. I found it was more comprehensible in the span of a few short chapters than Veronica Roth got it in 3 books…. Tearful memories, humor, the heartbreak of hypocrisy, some action. This is, thus far, the best book I’ve read this year. It is more than worth the money to read this thought-provoking romantic comedy about a single pastor’s daughter and her edgy, jaw-dropping, ruckus-causing, rock-the-church journey.” ~Jason Brown

“I loved this book. It is an easy fun read that provides some laugh out loud moments. I really liked getting to know all the characters…. I read this book over two nights because it was so entertaining I didn’t want to put it down. I want to be friends with the main character she is hilarious!!” ~Amazon Reviewer

“This story is an easy read that is funny, moving, thoughtful and socially responsible. From the first page you will be wrapped into Trisha’s world. Trisha is funny, awkward, curious and daring in a clumsy way. She will steal your heart, make you think and move you to care about a silent problem that many don’t know about or think about; human sex trafficking…. Warning… Once you start reading Finding Fireflies you won’t be able to put it down.” ~Amazon Reviewer

“A.C. Williams does a brilliant job of writing the awkward, eternally single 32-year old church secretary in a way that is very relatable, soul-searching, yet hilarious. She challenges Christians to take off their “perfect mask” and just be real, and to unconditionally love the unlovable – just like Jesus did. She also brings to light human trafficking and how easily it’s over looked/misunderstood, but it is actually a very serious topic that needs to be addressed and talked about more. Finding Fireflies sucks you in from the first page and will both entertain and challenge you throughout the rest of the book!” ~Amazon Reviewer

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