Official Review: Knight Justice by JC Ernst

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Re: Official Review: Knight Justice by JC Ernst

Post by osayuwamen6 » 07 Jul 2018, 09:34

This book was based on fiction and lack of in depth explanation of the characters by the writer, quite disappointing though but you gave a nice review.

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Post by Kendra M Parker » 07 Jul 2018, 16:07

crediblereading2 wrote:
06 Jul 2018, 21:21
I love that the plot of this story has a lot of mystery, suspense, and adventure. I hope to read this one in the future. Very nice review.
Thank you for your comments. If you do read it, let me know what you think about it. I’d love some other opinions.

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Post by Kendra M Parker » 07 Jul 2018, 16:08

osayuwamen6 wrote:
07 Jul 2018, 09:34
This book was based on fiction and lack of in depth explanation of the characters by the writer, quite disappointing though but you gave a nice review.
Thank you. I try to give my best even if the work isn’t my favorite. There were good parts, but I wish there had been a little more to it.

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Post by meadhbh » 08 Jul 2018, 21:01

I love not being fully sure whether something really happened in a book, it helps to keep you guessing. Great review!

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Post by Kendra M Parker » 09 Jul 2018, 08:00

meadhbh wrote:
08 Jul 2018, 21:01
I love not being fully sure whether something really happened in a book, it helps to keep you guessing. Great review!
I love that ambiguity, too! I like it when the author gives us a structure, and then you can make up your own mind about things. There are so many fun ways to think about things like this.

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Post by Espie » 03 Oct 2018, 22:31

Thank you for your honest review. There are pitfalls that plot-centric and non-character-driven pieces could really tend to go to if such will remain unchecked. I would also agree that malapropisms and other technical writing flaws need to be looked into as well.
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