Featured Official Review: Opaque by Calix Leigh-Reign [February 2020 Book of the Month]

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Re: Featured Official Review: Opaque by Calix Leigh-Reign [February 2020 Book of the Month]

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I really find young adult sci/ fiction books interesting. This are book that keeps me busy doing nothing but reading all day. This book will really make a very nice movie. Nice Review.

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Yesss another sci-fi book to my list.
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Post by Adexsol1 »

The author did a great job in narrating Adam's character. I love it. I wonder how he was able to picture a sixteen years old boy in his mind. Calix deserve 4 out of 4 star for this book.

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This YA fantasy seems like an interesting read with engaging worldbuilding as one if its best attributes. I like that, in spite of the fantastical elements, the characters are so relatable. Thank you for the detailed review.
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I like YA sci-fi, and one whose characters possess supernatural traits sounds like one I can enjoy reading. I'm, therefore, looking forward to reading it. Thank you for this wonderful review!

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Post by Tammie18N »

I really want to read this! I love books that allow me to escape into a fantasy realm but still seem realistic enough. I can't wait to add this to my collection.

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Post by Ogoskino »

This book has quite an interesting plot. No surprise it's BOTM.

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Post by diamonnd »

I loved reading this book and your review does a great job of highlighting the main points. I definitely agree with your rating. Thanks for the amazing review!

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Post by KaitlinPeel »

This book sounds awesome! The story line sounds intriguing and who doesn't love a little love in the plot?!

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Post by Zee_Zee »

Amagine wrote:
21 May 2017, 22:32
This sounds like an exciting read! I agree that it would make a great movie because of the premise of the story and the characters. This book will definitely attract many readers.

Great Review! ?
I totally agree with this. I also think it's a great story!

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Not my genre , but the review is nice . I have been able to understand a little about this book.

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The fact that a lot of information and knowledge is up for grabs makes it a good read: mutation, work, stress, etc makes it a good influence. Your review is great and informative.

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Wow! Your review is just precise and awesome. I think the book is quite interesting.

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Post by Rukitejevbo02 »

I read this book recently and I do not regret that one bit. (I'm planning on finishing the series, too.) Thanks for the review!

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