Books by Cassie Edwards

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Sun Hawk

If you’ve been following this website for a while, you’re aware that this is the seventh AAR review of a Cassie Edwards novel, and I am the seventh reviewer to give Edwards an F. You might think that there is a kind of backhanded recommendation in that. But I don’t want you to be misled. Th ...

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Thunder Heart

Have a problem concerning race relations in history? Make up your own version and write a book about it. Make it so shallow and sticky sweet that it feels like eating one of those horrible too-sweet cakes that can be purchased from any supermarket bakery and, voila, you have Thunder Heart! Everyo ...

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Desire's Blossom

I first picked up Desire’s Blossom when I was ten years old. I was curious about the books with the ugly covers that my sister loved so much. I chose Desire’s Blossom because I read from the back cover blurb that it was partially set in China. I didn’t read another romance book for six ...

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Savage Fires

Retain this review for your records. This is the silliest book I have ever read. I may be overstating it though, because, in my (decidedly subjective opinion) Savage Fires is not really a book. It is more like an outline for a television series, the kind that sanitizes American history ...

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Silver Wing

Not all F books are created equal. Many start out with a decent plot or semi-interesting characters, only to become bogged down with stupid plot twists or an incoherent writing style. Not so with Cassie Edwards' latest book, Silver Wing, which starts out terribly, ends terribly, and is terrible on e ...

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Savage Joy

Panther is the chief of the Shawnee. The tribe is traveling to Oklahoma and has stopped in southern Illinios near the town of Harrisburg to camp for the winter. It has not been easy for the Shawnee. They have been attacked by their enemy the Iroquois, under the evil chief Iron Nose, and have suffere ...

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Lone Eagle

When I was growing up, TV abounded with old westerns in which the good guys were always freshly bathed and clean shaven, the bad guys were always dirty with five o'clock shadows, and the Indians were white people dressed in buckskins and black wigs. Lone Eagle would make a marvelous script for one o ...