Official Review: Secrets of Time by Michael Bennett Wilson

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Re: Official Review: Secrets of Time by Michael Bennett Wilson

Post by Cotwani » 14 Nov 2018, 02:27

I recently took a boat ride over a small portion of the open sea and can vividly identify with the huge wave raising its dragon-like head and looming over the craft! I'm already hooked on finding out why the boy was on the sea and whether he survived the ordeal. Great review!
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Post by Bianka Walter » 14 Nov 2018, 06:58

That opening sentence would grab me, too. This book sounds really intricate, with loads of characters being looked after literally. I've put it on my to read list :)
Awesome review.
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Post by franklin henry » 14 Nov 2018, 07:41

i love the author's beginning. It really captivated me.
nice start. Watch your punctuations

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Post by teacherjh » 14 Nov 2018, 11:51

Bianka Walter wrote:
14 Nov 2018, 06:58
That opening sentence would grab me, too. This book sounds really intricate, with loads of characters being looked after literally. I've put it on my to read list :)
Awesome review.
Thanks. I hope you enjoy it.
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Post by charity muthoka » 15 Nov 2018, 08:43

This book sounds interesting with the idea of having lots of imagery i have liked the book.

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Post by gen_g » 15 Nov 2018, 11:01

This sounds like a read for a cold night by a warm fire! It sounds intriguing. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Book Lover 35 » 15 Nov 2018, 23:43

I like the title of the book. The book sounds interesting. I like your intro.
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Post by Kibetious » 16 Nov 2018, 22:41

This is a wonderful review. I would like to read this book too soon. At times, it is the book that is slow-paced and focused mainly on character development that creates a bigger impact.
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Post by sarahmarlowe » 17 Nov 2018, 16:44

Thank you for such a thorough review! The suspense and action in this book sound like something I would enjoy. I like that you added your analysis of the book, describing the coming of age aspect and the enlightenment of a town.
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Post by Sushan » 21 Nov 2018, 04:05

I get this as a pretty much interesting story. Thank you for the review 👍👍
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Post by Sarah Tariq » 24 Nov 2018, 08:33

It sounds a thrilling story with good imagery. Thanks for this nice review.
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Post by Jacci » 27 Nov 2018, 19:06

I am interested in the title, but trying to read a novel is somewhat difficult for me though I'm trying to cope up. The story makes me want to read this book. Nice review

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Post by Al Chakauya » 30 Nov 2018, 14:36

I like the story line already. The book seems intriguing though you highlighted of the flaws in style. I can see the book does not have that 'oomph' but it still sounds like a good read.

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Post by Miriam Molina » 02 Dec 2018, 02:37

A very intriguing opening, I must admit. In real life, we all have secrets. Hush!

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