Official Review: Rulers of the Galaxy by Tayma Tameem

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Re: Official Review: Rulers of the Galaxy by Tayma Tameem

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I really like science fiction and suspense. It's really great to know that the book picked up the speed and action after the dull first few chapters. I'm glad you eventually started to enjoy it. Great review!
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Rulers of the Galaxy by Tayma Tameem is a sci-fi/fantasy novel based on interplanetary warfare. The theme sounds very interesting to me, and I'm willing to read it. Congrats.
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I enjoy sci-fi books but I'm not sure about the whole intergalactic thing. But maybe I'll try it.
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The mention of plot twists captures my attention. It might be worth getting through the initial few chapters to really get into the book and see what the author does with this story. I love sci-fi, and this book, with its intergalactic warfare theme, sure fits the bill. Congrats on the BOTD selection!
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This sounds like a perfect book for those who love science fiction and galaxy warfare. Congrats on the book of the day. Great review.
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The #BOTD is a complex science fiction novel with its setting in multiple interplanetary locations. A story of discovery as the protagonist's is regaling her memory will add to the suspense of the plot. Good objective review.
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This fast-paced, intergalactic scifi novel by talented author Tayma Tameem will definitely grab the attention of those who love well thought through stories with lots of twists and turns. Thanks for the review!
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I would sure struggle to read this book because the beginning is slow and also because of the many names of people and places to keep up with. Thanks for this insightful review
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The beginning of the book and the planet names might put me off as well. I like sci-fi but this storyline doesn't at all intrigue me. Nice review, thanks.
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To wake up in the middle of a war is frightening. But let's make it more complicated by having amnesia. I would not like to be in Salarin's shoes. Great review. I am not also a fan of too many names to track. Keep it up.
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Thank you for sharing your honest review with us. I am a big fan of Tayma Tameem’s work and I think she is a fantastic writer, but I’m currently passing on sci-fi and sticking to romance or mystery.
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A "science fiction novel with a plot bordering on intergalactic warfare" is definitely a riveting read. I like it that the book involves twists and turns. However, I'm a bit selective when it comes to this genre. Not my favorite, though. Otherwise, congrats on the BOTD!
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You were very honest with the review. With the way the book started, I don't think I can read it. Thank you for the review.
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The book is one of the best I've ever read. Salarian character was amazing in the fiction.. I would say that the book is so easy to read. That's why i rated it 4 out of 4.
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In Rulers of the Galaxy, the character of Salarin seems to have an intriguing past, and trying to recollect her past during intergalactic warfare sounds engaging.
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