Official Review: Steel, Blood & Fire

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Re: Official Review: Steel, Blood & Fire

Post by daniya__shah3 » 12 Jun 2018, 11:14

Insightful indeed. There's no doubt that this one is going in my TBR piles. Your review has put my mind in a conflicted state. 'Should I read this?' Or 'Should I read this?' ;)
Great review!
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Post by elwhiz » 14 Jun 2018, 04:12

thanks for the great review, made me wish i wasnt reading a review but the actual book, this a must read for me.

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Post by Tiny_Turtle » 31 Aug 2018, 13:32

This sounds intriguing. I like the idea of four separate plotlines that twist and turn, and overlap each other. It's fun as long as the author is able to juggle them all without dropping the ball. From what you've said, he did a great job of it. I'm adding it my bookshelf. Thank you for the recommendation. 💕

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Post by Eryn Bradshaw » 10 Sep 2018, 14:26

I've been really drawn to dark fantasies as of late and this sounds like a great one to sink my teeth into. The characters sound so intriguing as well, always love a good flawed character. Thanks for the review!
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Post by Sweetp120 » 07 Oct 2018, 23:20

It seems interesting, but slightly confusing to me. You say its easy to keep track of all the players in this book yet the book flies by, does it give enough details that its able to be kept straight? I also found it intriguing that you touched on the issue that its really not a good vs evil type of book but I wouldn't have stated that it was evil vs evil if it was really a question of morality because even that technically is a fight of choosing the right or wrong paths.

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