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Sharon Mikeworth

Author of Rose Wood

6 Works 33 Members 17 Reviews

Works by Sharon Mikeworth

Rose Wood (2013) 10 copies
A Patch of Blue (2014) 10 copies
The Hum (2016) 5 copies
Restoration (2021) 4 copies
Strange Days (2019) 2 copies
Flight 3108 (2020) 2 copies


Common Knowledge

Anderson, South Carolina, USA
Places of residence
Piedmont, South Carolina, USA
Short biography
Sharon Mikeworth was born and raised in South Carolina, where she resides today. Before discovering her passion for storytelling, she worked as a computer programmer, instructor, and tutor. In her spare time when not writing, she can sometimes be found hiking and canoeing the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains.



This review was written for LibraryThing Member Giveaways.
I ended up really loving this book, it starts to lag around 20% and become quite monotonous, but don't give up because it does pick up. This is a realistic account of what might happen if an extremely deadly flu epidemic hit the population. Because it is so realistic, there are definitely some more depressing moments, but I love that the main character seems to always hope for more at the end of the day. I found myself thinking about whether I, too, could maintain such hope in such a despairing situation. It has a great ending and some moments of surprise. If you like this genre and find the excerpt compelling I don't think you would be disappointed in picking this book up.

***I received this book for free from Librarything. This in no way influenced my opinion of the book. Thank you to the author and Library thing for providing me a copy of this book***
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caseyjessa | Dec 8, 2019 |
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Lee Bennett has finally landed his first book deal and used the advance to rent a house in an ideal location to write his book, but there is tension between his need to write and his wife’s desire for a child. An infuriating hum and missing animals provide the first hints all in not right. Then the odd lights and an accident bring more concerns. Now a pathogen making people sick and the government quarantine the community. Bennett and two neighbors may know cure, but it may be too save his marriage. There are a few twist and turns to hold the reader’s interest in this supernatural thriller.

LibraryThing Member Giveaway randomly chose me to receive this book free from the publisher. I was under no obligation to write a review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
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bemislibrary | 3 other reviews | May 7, 2017 |
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The Hum is a fast-paced science fiction story that's rather an enjoyable read. It follows Lee Bennet as he investigates an odd mechanical humming noise ('The Hum', a genuine reported phenomenon) which seems to be linked to a series of strange events.

From the plot summary I was expecting a slow burning mystery story which could have science-fiction/fantasy leanings, but this is straightforward science fiction (which I enjoy). The author's style is straightforward with no flowery language, but that does work well with the speed of the narrative.

There are a few bits and pieces in the book that could have benefited from a keen-eyed editor, but I really enojyed the story and am tempted to look up more of the author's work.

This novel is in a similar style to the books that come out alongside series such as the X-files, and I'd definitely recommend it to people who enjoy books of that type (as I do!)
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Alfirin | 3 other reviews | Mar 12, 2017 |
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When I requested this book, I thought it was a thriller. After reading about 100 pages, I still believed it was a thriller, and I liked the author. Her language was beautiful and the plot well created and exciting. But then, the most incredible thing started to happen, and I realised that the genre was “Fantasy”. Unfortunately, I don’t like reading about things that are impossible to happen “in the real world”. That’s why I give this book three stars. But if you are a fan of “Fantasy”, I will highly recommend it, and I’m sure you will give this book five stars… (more)
Bengan | 3 other reviews | Mar 3, 2017 |