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2.0 out of 5 stars Be warned - this is not the whole book - you have to pay to find out the ending. And it's not very good!, 22 Sept. 2011
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I didn't really like this book. The writing style was fairly immature, the plot was far fetched and had holes in. It also has some graphic scenes in that are sadistic and unnecessary to the story. However, it was original and I kept reading because it is quite a page turner, especially for a free download. However, the free download is not the whole book! You have to pay for the last part of the book in order to find out what happens at the end. I will not be buying the next part of the book, however cheap it is, because I think this was a crafty trick to play. It should have been stated from the start.
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Initial post: 7 Oct 2011 11:46:13 BDT
grantiss says:
It is cleary stated on the front cover that this is part one of the story, meaning that there is more to come, not the authors fault

In reply to an earlier post on 13 Oct 2011 22:31:42 BDT
metier says:
Not so clearly, otherwise no one would have missed it.
I suggested to the author over a month ago, that to avoid others making the same mistake, it could be clearly stated in the book 'description'
I notice since then that the author seems content to leave others to make the same mistake.
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