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Helpful votes received on reviews: 72% (64 of 89)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 135,830 - Total Helpful Votes: 64 of 89
Fractured (Guards of the Shadowlands Book 2) by Sarah Fine
A good follow on from Book 1 and looking forward to Book 3. My review from Book 1 remains the same a s this one. Its a good story and can easily be read by a mature reader. Some tweeking and cut down on the corny romance parts, wbich is aimed at the lady teenager reader, and the sory and the writing of it is very good.
Sanctum (Guards of the Shadowlands Book 1) by Sarah Fine
4.0 out of 5 stars Good read, 22 July 2014
I had no idea what age or gender that this book was designed for but looking at the reviews and the wide range of ages reading it...and more importantly the price on kindle, I bought it and I was not dissapointed. The book delves on what happens in the afterlife after committing suicide, very strange subject to dwell on but somehow the author has made a very credible and compelling read. There is romance in the story and I am presuming the book was based on young lady readers but as a mature man I gave a quick 'yeuch' to the romantic pages and quickly moved on. Perhaps the author can make future story lines in the follow up books with a view that there are mature readers out there who are… Read more
The Survivor Chronicles: Book 2, The Divide (Seria&hellip by Erica Stevens
4.0 out of 5 stars Good story, 2 May 2014
It was a good story, variation on a theme of course, and not too taxing on the brain. There were just enough characters in the story to remember their names as you follow their adventures and travels to find a place where they can live in safety. Its a shame the story continues on a weekly basis on Facebook. I do not enjoy reading stories in this way, on a social media. I hope this Facebook serial will eventually be released into a book as I am hooked to the story.

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