Review by Shillah A -- Legacy by Chris Coppel

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Review by Shillah A -- Legacy by Chris Coppel

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[Following is a volunteer review of "Legacy" by Chris Coppel.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Craig is a Thirty-seven-year-old deputy sheriff with a happy family but a violent past. The occurances of an early Saturday morning are the beginning of the preparation for the arrival of Beyath,a 400-year-old witch born in the 17th century and is after lifeblood from her own bloodline. Craig receives a warning on the danger that her wife, Jenny, is in but is it too late for Craig to save his wife? He is forcedto time walk more than 20 years into the past with the help of Ahote, a shaman. Will craig succeed in killing Beyath and prevent her from getting into the future to capture his wife? What suprise awaits Craig in the future? All This has been intriguingly discussed by Chris Coppel in his eventful book, Legacy.
Chris Coppel explains Craig's past life and how they seriously impact his future life including the effects it has on him while he battles the old 17th century witch.

Chris Coppel's choice of words is unique making the reader actively engaged and eager to know what will happen next. He has used vivid description extensively in his book making it a beautiful piece of work. The chapter arrangement has been also professionally done and therefore leaves the reader craving to read more pages of the book. He has also alternated the chapters well explaining to the reader Craigs early life as well as the present occurances. The first chapter of the book was the best introduction into the more than nine century old event. The characters in the book have also been well co-ordinated and their position in the story clearly stated.

I would rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. This is because there was close to no grammatical or typo errors in this book and the few that i found do not affect my rating of the book since it has been professionally edited and every aspect of it has been taken into consideration during the editing of the book. The book also has minimal use of sexual language making it suitable for younger readers.

I would recommend this book To lovers of fiction and fantasy. The events in the book are enthralling and depict emotion in the reader to the very last chapter of the book. The arrangement and Professionalism shown is enjoyable and the author has not in any way deviated from the main theme.The book also well illustrates the episodes and the reader is immersed in the events of the story bringing the world of fantasy to life.

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Your summary of this book sounds very compelling I would be interested to read it! It sounds like. It sounds like a unique and engaging read, thank you for the thorough review!
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I like how you explain the character's attributes via flashbacks. Your review intrigues me to have a look at the book.
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The book certainly seems to be interesting but I've never really enjoyed reading about witches and violence. I think I shall pass on this. Thanks for the review!
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Amazing summary of the book and your review was pleasant to read, the plot of this book seems to be quite interesting, guess I should add it to the "have to read" list.

Great job on the review, very informative to the reader yet concise also.

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Marcel Cantu wrote: ↑04 Apr 2021, 08:44 Your summary of this book sounds very compelling I would be interested to read it! It sounds like. It sounds like a unique and engaging read, thank you for the thorough review!
It sure is a good book.
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Your review is well detailed and concise. This plot seems intriguing! Thanks for a thorough review.
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Thanks for this great review. The way you calved the summary made it compelling to read.
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Glad that you see that you enjoyed Legacy as well. I read it in one go due to as you mentioned, Chris's vivid descriptions and choice of words. Thank you for a lovely review!
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This book is intriguing and interesting. Thanks for an insightful review and recommendations.
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A 400-year-old witch coming to the future in search of her progeny; sounds vampiric, chilling, and she's dysfunctional—after all, it's her progeny. Great review, I would give it a try!
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I do hope that Craig saves his wife in the end. Thanks for the detailed summary. Good job.
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I am rooting for Craig to rescue his wife and find the help he needs along the way. I am already in my feelings because of the review! Thank you for the review.
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Dimi1 wrote: ↑04 Apr 2021, 12:02 I like how you explain the character's attributes via flashbacks. Your review intrigues me to have a look at the book.
You should give it a try. It is filled with suspence and is thrilling to the end.
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Nicholus Schroeder wrote: ↑06 Apr 2021, 10:23 Amazing summary of the book and your review was pleasant to read, the plot of this book seems to be quite interesting, guess I should add it to the "have to read" list.

Great job on the review, very informative to the reader yet concise also.

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Thank you for the constructive feedback.
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