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Looking forward to Book Two of this unforgettable trilogy?

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Are you willing to read the next book of this series?
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No, this one was too disappointing. It held so much promise in the beginning but failed in the end.
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CatInTheHat wrote:No, this one was too disappointing. It held so much promise in the beginning but failed in the end.
Would you have liked it if it had lesser adult scene sections?
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I like if there is a book two but with limitation on sex issues because it is too sensitive and not good for minors. Hope so more life adventure.
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I will decide based on it's review. I always wait for some ratings and reviews before deciding to read any book.

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Medha Jha wrote:I will decide based on it's review. I always wait for some ratings and reviews before deciding to read any book.
Cool..
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I might read the next books, but I would like the author to develop more the themes of time travel and the Syndos against the Natural humans rather than the over the top sexual theme.
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Book two is good but with limitations on sensitive issue like sex.
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I would give a try to the next version of this book. I am eager to know how the new one would be.

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Poornima wrote:I would give a try to the next version of this book. I am eager to know how the new one would be.
Me too ?I would definitely read the next one.
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Poornima wrote:I would give a try to the next version of this book. I am eager to know how the new one would be.
I agree with it! :lol: :techie-reference:
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Yolimari wrote:I might read the next books, but I would like the author to develop more the themes of time travel and the Syndos against the Natural humans rather than the over the top sexual theme.
I agree. If the next book were to focus more on the actual plot and science fiction aspects, it may be worth a read.

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Yolimari wrote:I might read the next books, but I would like the author to develop more the themes of time travel and the Syndos against the Natural humans rather than the over the top sexual theme.
I agree, if the author refines the theme and plots, and tries to gel them convincingly, the sequel would be worth reading.
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I have no plans to read the sequel. I cannot imagine plodding through more unwanted erotica.

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I'm not really looking forward to it. But if and when it's out, I don't see why I won't read it.
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