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5.0 out of 5 stars The Castle Omnibus Review
This book is full of action and grips the reader straight away. But its not just the action that makes this book brilliant. The humour is uncontainable. You'll find yourself laughing uncontrollably as you read this book as some parts are very humorous. The Castle Omnibus opens the gates to a whole new world where you'll fidn yourself sucked into Steph Swainston's...
Published on 10 Aug 2010 by Wild Reg

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3.0 out of 5 stars Castle Omnibus
It's OK, but I was hoping for something different. Yes, you've got immortals and giant insects, but compared to other books I found this a bit "run of the mill". Much rather read Salvatore or Asher.
Published on 28 Sep 2010 by Brian L. Palmer


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5.0 out of 5 stars The Castle Omnibus Review, 10 Aug 2010
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This review is from: The Castle Omnibus: The Year of Our War, No Present Like Time, The Modern World (Paperback)
This book is full of action and grips the reader straight away. But its not just the action that makes this book brilliant. The humour is uncontainable. You'll find yourself laughing uncontrollably as you read this book as some parts are very humorous. The Castle Omnibus opens the gates to a whole new world where you'll fidn yourself sucked into Steph Swainston's imagination. Jant (Comet The Messenger) is a great character that portrays a whole new person with a vibrant perspective of life as an immortal. The description included in this Omnibus paints the picture clearly in your mind and suddenly the fictional world Steph Swaintston has created seems like reality.
This book is a great read for mature young adults and upwards. I recommend this book highly for anyone looking for a great book to read with interest. The Castle Omnibus doesn't miss out any of the key elements needed for a goo book, in fact, it includes them and uses all of the elements well. I thank Steph Swainston for creating a book such as the Castle Omnibus for people to read.
To put it briefly, this book is awesome and you won't want to put it down once sucked in.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Castle Omnibus, 28 Sep 2010
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This review is from: The Castle Omnibus: The Year of Our War, No Present Like Time, The Modern World (Paperback)
It's OK, but I was hoping for something different. Yes, you've got immortals and giant insects, but compared to other books I found this a bit "run of the mill". Much rather read Salvatore or Asher.
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