Featured Official Review: Callaghan, vol. 1 & 2 by Kim Ekemar

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Re: Featured Official Review: Callaghan, vol. 1 & 2 by Kim Ekemar

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This book sounds so interesting. I love a good thriller, and this seems like it fits the bill! I love the idea of his memory coming back slowly. That must add a level of intrigue to the story. Thanks for a great review!

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I can’t imagine how traumatic it is for one to loose their face and fingers,a face is the most important part ,this story is so facinating.the author did an amazing job in writing this thrilling book.

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That' one thing about revenge story , this is intriguing and quite facinating, hmmm.... wonderful.

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A well detailed review and out of it am going to read this book.

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Am yet to read this book but it seems worthy my time. The review is detailed and to the point. The author of the book Kim Ekemar has been greatly praised for his good work and i look forward reading this book.

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The book is very delighted and deligent and also very interested. I will continue reading it.
Yankuba.

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Post by Sophie Z »

I have to agree that the first novel is easy to read,but the second one is a little confusing and I can’t imagine how it would feel to not have any fingers and a face and how much pain he would be in.

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Post by 888_master+jm »

Calllaghan vol.1 and 2 by Kim Ekemar
The author was good for his/her masterpiece, the book I wanted to read, while I am reading the review I am in the point having interest to read whole the whole volume. I congratulate the author for interesting book he/she published/wrote. Thank you for the review and more power.

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The storyline of the book really piqued my interest. I would like to know how did Matthias take revenge for the assault against him. It is clear from the review that his 'taking vengeance and starting a new life' plan did not exactly work out. I am interested to know how he escapes his enemies the 2nds time or does he even escapes? Thank you for the review!

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I think the uncompleted stories might be a suspense for the next book the author will write. I am so curious about the one with the lost face, that story feels so terrifying and definitely needs to be completed.

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I usually do not enjoy books about medical issues or physical destruction of one's body. I prefer young adult fiction or historic fiction. It can make you sad to think about such destruction as loss of your face or body parts. I would not place this book on the list to read in the future.

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A simple and detailed review! The book is somehow horrific on the part one losing his face. I also liked the way the author has been praised for his good works in the review. Am really anxious to read the book.

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That sounds like such a unique topic for a novel, to have no face! You review has definitely struck interest in my for the book. I will definitely be researching further!

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This book sounds so interesting. I love a good thriller, and this seems like it fits the bill! I love the idea of his memory coming back slowly. That must add a level of intrigue to the story

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This book sounds so interesting. I love a good thriller, and this seems like it fits the bill! I love the idea of his memory coming back slowly. That must add a level of intrigue to the story

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