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Top Reviewer Ranking: 42,955 - Total Helpful Votes: 37 of 40
The Path of the Storm (The Evermen Saga Book 3) by James Maxwell
This book was just as enjoyable as the previous two. I seem completely hooked and am hurrying this review so that I can download the 4th book. I am not expecting to be disappointed that's for sure. Thank you James Maxwell for another ripping yarn.
The Hidden Relic (The Evermen Saga Book 2) by James Maxwell
5.0 out of 5 stars a gripping yarn, 19 Aug 2014
This second book in the series I found as entertaining and exciting as the first. Yes of course one's grip on reality must be suspended that is obvious when reading novels of this kind. There may be a reason why many of us are enchanted by Harry Potter, Games of Thrones and these Evermen stories. In a world filled with hate and vengeance maybe the thought of magic, good magic and the fact that good always wins sustains our optimism in a better future. I want a future where my children and grandchildren can live in peace. Let's hope Isis don't make it through the portal!
A Feast for Crows (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 4) by George R. R. Martin
5.0 out of 5 stars gripping Yarn, 14 July 2014
Ok so it is important to mention that there are some hideous bloodthirsty parts. That is why I am reading the books rather than watching on screen. This way my mind can more effectively sanitise those unsavoury parts that would probably give me nightmares if made visual. However this story is an amazing web of intrigue and excitement and I have to read some every day for two main reasons. One so that I can keep track of the characters and their deeds and the other because I love a good story. And this is a gripping read. It strikes me that the author may have quite a jaundiced view of human nature. I am left wondering if he really does despise both males and females alike. Apart from the… Read more

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