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Re: Featured Review: Tabikat by Harriet Redfern

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hsimone wrote:Great review, kimmyschemy06! I love books that are both suspenseful and and thought-provoking. Sounds like the author put together a good one! Was there a fantasy/sci-fi element? I'm wondering because it is under the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre, but it sounds more like it should be C/T/M/H genre.

Congratulations to the author for receiving such a positive review!
Thank you very much. I enjoyed reading the book. Yes, I kind of wondered the same thing when I read the book. It's more C/T/M/H than sci-fi.

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kimmyschemy06 wrote:
hsimone wrote:Great review, kimmyschemy06! I love books that are both suspenseful and and thought-provoking. Sounds like the author put together a good one! Was there a fantasy/sci-fi element? I'm wondering because it is under the Sci-Fi/Fantasy genre, but it sounds more like it should be C/T/M/H genre.

Congratulations to the author for receiving such a positive review!
Thank you very much. I enjoyed reading the book. Yes, I kind of wondered the same thing when I read the book. It's more C/T/M/H than sci-fi.
That's what I thought, but it looks like the book was switched to C/T/M/H already, so that's good! Again, I'm glad that you were able to enjoy the read. :)
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Its actually awesome

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oshinshalini wrote:Its actually awesome
Yes, it is and I enjoyed it a lot. Thanks for the comment :)

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Thanks for the great review! I like a good mystery, I'll have to make sure that I take my time with this one so I don't get all of the characters confused.

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Acwoolet wrote:Thanks for the great review! I like a good mystery, I'll have to make sure that I take my time with this one so I don't get all of the characters confused.
You're welcome. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did :)

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its all about your way of taking things, if you take it as positive, then its be looking good but if you think negatively then every thing seems to be harming you.

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Sanchit Sharma wrote:its all about your way of taking things, if you take it as positive, then its be looking good but if you think negatively then every thing seems to be harming you.
Yes, it's always a matter of perspective. Thank you for the comment and welcome to the forum :)

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I love your review; it tells the story without giving away too much, creating a desire in me to read the book! I'm a newbie, still stumbling around from room to room, but so far I'm enjoying myself!

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StvMuturi wrote:I love your review; it tells the story without giving away too much, creating a desire in me to read the book! I'm a newbie, still stumbling around from room to room, but so far I'm enjoying myself!
Thank you very much and welcome to the forum.

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I love horses and have read most of those by Dick Francis. Your review peaked my interest in this book and I look forward to reading it. Thanks for the notes on the confusing time frames. I'll be prepared when I run into them.

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evasimrak123 wrote:
07 Jan 2018, 22:42
I love horses and have read most of those by Dick Francis. Your review peaked my interest in this book and I look forward to reading it. Thanks for the notes on the confusing time frames. I'll be prepared when I run into them.
You're welcome. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did :)

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I really like that the author transitions between dialects of English to give the reader a greater sense of characterization.

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