Official Review: Eye for an Eye by W.C. Gorski

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Re: Official Review: Eye for an Eye by W.C. Gorski

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It sounds like the author has a good imagination and a good sense of humor as well. I am not sure if I would enjoy the body parts and bad odors, thought. Thanks for a detailed review!
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This is a wonderful review that serves almost as a short story of the story itself, with attention to detail and baiting towards fans of humor. It also draws attention to possible mindset of the author while the story was being written. :tiphat:
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I can't have too much of hilarious books. Thanks for doing justice to the review. I enjoyed reading through.
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Thank you for this insightful review! Sounds like an engaging read for all fantasy lovers :) Humorous parts and a strong world-building are very appealing to me!
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Kirsi_78 wrote: 09 Jun 2021, 05:10 It sounds like the author has a good imagination and a good sense of humor as well. I am not sure if I would enjoy the body parts and bad odors, thought. Thanks for a detailed review!
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Eloque3locks wrote: 10 Jun 2021, 08:58 This is a wonderful review that serves almost as a short story of the story itself, with attention to detail and baiting towards fans of humor. It also draws attention to possible mindset of the author while the story was being written. :tiphat:
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This characters seems very real bcz of some elements that author gave in this book.. Very impressive and innovative idea.. Enjoyed reading!
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