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on 19 August 2017
I absolutely love this series of books, I have read all of The Mongoliad 1-5 and am nearly ready to read the SideQuest books next. The characters are all well written and the storylines are excellent. You really get to care about what happen to the characters on their quests. Beware though if you decide to buy the SideQuest books, it can be very confusing as 3 of the stories are within the first three Mongoliad books. I bought "Sinner" a Prequel to The Mongoliad before I bought the Mongoliad books 1-5 so didn't realise till later that "Sinner is within The Mongoliad Book 1 so because I had to buy The Mongoliad book 1, I now have "Sinner" twice! The same goes for "Dreamer" - it's within The Mongoliad Book 2 and "Seer" is within Mongoliad Book 3. All the other Foreworld SideQuests are ok at the time I write this review. There is an option for you to buy "The Beast of Calatrava", "The Shield Maiden" & "The Lion in Chains" as a compilation book under the title SideQuests Adventures No.1 The Foreworld Saga Book 1 for £1 making it cheaper than the singles price of 98p each.
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on 24 September 2015
A very good read, stories flowed well and were very interesting. Enter eating character plots. A good insight on a period in history which usually describes the Mongols as rampaging across Europe destroying everything and everyone they come across, this story expands on that theme believably.
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on 7 July 2016
Somewhat jumbled, by perhaps, to many contributory writers, nevertheless, this is a never less than interesting story. Bloody action involving some well crafted characters really do grip the attention of the reader. Yet, the constant character changes can be very disorienting.
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on 17 March 2017
I really enjoyed this book and could not put it down. I cannot wait to read the other three books in the series.
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on 24 April 2017
Totally confused as to. What it was I've just read. No way to e d a book just pure commercialism in order to get you to part with your hard earned c a show to find out what happened. Fortunately I'm strong willed.....are you?
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on 2 April 2017
Enraptured by the entire trilogy. Didn't want it to end. Should be a movie or a series. Surely there is more to come??
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on 20 March 2017
Scary to think life was once like this glad I was born in the 40s
That's the 1940s of course
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on 8 May 2017
Really enjoyed this book, feels historically accurate but has many interesting elements which elevate it into a fine work of fiction
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on 21 July 2013
One of those books that grab your attention only to lose it. Not sure what I think. Maybe if was meant just as a foundation for the rest of the books
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on 19 May 2016
Yes great read but went to buy 2nd book and can't. Very annoying!
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