Review of Earth has Fallen

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This sounds like an interesting read. I have recently read an apocalyptic book and I know what it feels like the heart racing and going crazy because you have immersed so much into the plot. Thanks for the amazing review. I will definitely give it a read.
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You seem to have thoroughly enjoyed this book. I got some serious Game of Thrones vibes after reading about the long-lasting winter :lol: Now, I really want to know about Ash-Walkers, Loreto, and the horrifying Micheal. Thanks for the amazing review.
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This book sounds interesting. The plot is not like what I usually read with the same plot. I'll add it on my shelf.
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This review is the end work of a master writer. I am used to being carried alongside the peripheries of any book by its reviews. Kelyn has just shown me another side of book review—I have literally been able to cut my way clean through the center of this book—more than enough to mark it as a must-read, and this is just the book's review, is it?

I can hardly wait to lay my hands on a copy. Ever since Legacy, I have been searching all out for another delicious apocalyptic sci-fi—just found it. Earth has Fallen is the book for me. I think I would very much love even a very tiny splash of Tolkien in any sci-fi.

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Kelyn wrote: 12 Sep 2021, 22:27
Recee Ann wrote: 10 Sep 2021, 23:21 What a catchy introduction! I almost felt like I was living in the future.
Nkgchidimma080 wrote: 11 Sep 2021, 17:09 I think the introduction of this book is captivating and convincing,am interested in reading this book, nice review.
Thank you! I like to try novel things to catch readers' attention. I'm glad it worked! If you read the book, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Thanks to both of you for stopping by and commenting! I appreciate it!
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I am intrigued about Trekker's adventures as a Topsider. I love it when people say they could not put the book down. The author's imagination and creative writing keep readers turning the pages until they reach the end. I will add this to my mushrooming TBR list!
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Wow! From your glowing review, this looks like an amazing read. I am glad to see that the author put the book through another round of editing so hopefully, it can get the 4 stars it deserves. Well done on the beautifully written review. You made the book sound incredibly compelling.
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kdstrack wrote: 13 Sep 2021, 12:42 I am intrigued about Trekker's adventures as a Topsider. I love it when people say they could not put the book down. The author's imagination and creative writing keep readers turning the pages until they reach the end. I will add this to my mushrooming TBR list!
Unfortunately, we don't find out much about Trekker Jile's adventures topside. The book follows Loreto, a young Topsider who Jiles trained and mentored. I was curious about Jiles as well. Maybe we'll find out more about him in future books. Thanks for dropping in and commenting!
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Katie Blackmore wrote: 13 Sep 2021, 14:36 Wow! From your glowing review, this looks like an amazing read. I am glad to see that the author put the book through another round of editing so hopefully, it can get the 4 stars it deserves. Well done on the beautifully written review. You made the book sound incredibly compelling.
It truly was an amazing read. I was somewhat stunned to discover that the author had put the book through proofing again based on my submitted errors. Talk about flattering! I'm glad you enjoyed the review and thanks for dropping in and commenting!
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This seems like a novel that develops very well a classic theme such as a post-apocalyptic world. I'm glad the author edited the book, as it shows a commitment to his work. I'll look into this series. Thank you for your great review!
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NetMassimo wrote: 14 Sep 2021, 15:39 This seems like a novel that develops very well a classic theme such as a post-apocalyptic world. I'm glad the author edited the book, as it shows a commitment to his work. I'll look into this series. Thank you for your great review!
The author did an excellent job developing the theme with a unique twist. I was astonished at how quickly the author edited the book. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!
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I don't rule anything out when it comes to the future. Great review you have here. Great job.
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The book seems an amusing science fiction that gives a glimpse of future. The horrifying antagonist fascinates me. Great review!
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The book gives a glimpse of the future. It looks apocalyptic. Thank you for your review.
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Earth has fallen sounds like an exciting book as a sci_fiction.
Great reveiw🤓
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