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Hello? Hello? Are you all serious?
on 10 August 1997
I sincerely hope everyone who has reviewed this book and given it nines and tens is very young, because, come on, this book is not *that* great. When I read it as a sixth grader it was interesting... somewhat. Realistically, Test of The Twins is a pre-teen's low-maturity-needed kind of book. It is but one of seemingly millions of Dragonlance books produced to make lots of money off of young readers who have not yet found true literature. These Dragonlance "books" are form novels pumped out in incredible numbers to satisfy the blind thirst of readers drawn in by the flashy covers, readers looking for a quick, no-thought entertainment burst that takes about a day to read, at which point, they can tell all their friends (who are also entranced with the Dragonlance "saga") that they've read the latest book and are very cool. Now, don't get me wrong. There's nothing wrong with wanting some quick entertainment when you're still young, but if you're in High School or above, and are enjoying this book at all, you sincerely need to get out a bit. Pick up some Vonnegut or Calvino at the nearest bookstore and immerse yourself in some *real* writing. Or better yet, go to a party. Geeze...