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This sounds like a great adventure! The premise is interesting, and it seems well-executed. Thanks for the review!
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gen_g wrote: 21 Oct 2018, 01:35 This sounds like a great adventure! The premise is interesting, and it seems well-executed. Thanks for the review!
Yes! It was a very enjoyable read. Thanks.
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This sounds like a very interesting book. I can see how some of the advanced vocabulary might be concerning at first for a YA book, but I figure at this point unfamiliar words can be looked up in about 2 seconds on a phone, so probably no harm done there. I'm very interested to find out exactly what's up with this Tommy character. I'm definitely goint to have to read this one when I get the time. Thanks for the great review.
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JHuschle519 wrote: 23 Oct 2018, 22:56 This sounds like a very interesting book. I can see how some of the advanced vocabulary might be concerning at first for a YA book, but I figure at this point unfamiliar words can be looked up in about 2 seconds on a phone, so probably no harm done there. I'm very interested to find out exactly what's up with this Tommy character. I'm definitely goint to have to read this one when I get the time. Thanks for the great review.
Oh Tommy is fabulous. :) If you read it, I think you'll find Tommy to be quite interesting. I hope you enjoy.
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Thanks for your honest review. This seems like a great book, more suitable for YA. But the vocabulary looks to be more appropriate for the adults. I want to know how Jack and the siblings are connected in the storyline. So, I have a feeling that I'll be reading this book soon enough.
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Hiruni Bhagya 81 wrote: 30 Oct 2018, 02:55 Thanks for your honest review. This seems like a great book, more suitable for YA. But the vocabulary looks to be more appropriate for the adults. I want to know how Jack and the siblings are connected in the storyline. So, I have a feeling that I'll be reading this book soon enough.
Well, I hope you enjoyed it. Young adult can be a fun genre even for adults, especially if you are looking for more of a clean novel. Thanks!
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Your review pulled me towards the book too fast. I think that I should give it a try. Thanks!
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It seems a good read. I am interested in the story. I really love fantasy and I'll definatelly try this one out, if I get a chance. Thanks for the review.
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