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The mix of science fiction and fantasy genres in this story sounds quite interesting! Thanks for your review!
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I love supernatural things. After reading this review, I am excited to read this book. Sounds like it will be right up my alley! Great book of the day!
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I reviewed this book already it is an excellent quadrilogy(four-book series), a darkly twisted fantasy novel. This book ended with such a grand cliffhanger that you would be compelled to read the others.

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I'm looking forward to checking our Tysz's book and exploring the complex and original plot in Voulhire!

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We are Voulhire: A New Arrival under Great Skies by Matthew Tysz sounds quite an interesting science fiction book. The book is about the kingdom of Voulhire and I will love to read it. Great review.
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The plots seems very intriguing. I would like to explore more about this world. It sounds to be a great read for young readers. Congrats on BOTD!

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It sounds interesting. Thank you for the review. The science fiction and suspense sounds great--and the fact that it is fairly clean. I don't always get excited about 10 book series though! But I've got it downloaded, so I'll give it a try. Thank you!

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The characters are so diverse and unique. The plot is action-packed and really maintains the reader's attention!

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You do an excellent job of intriguing readers with your description of how the author leads one on with the unveiling of the characters. Galen experiences a compelling adventure that keeps the reader interested questioning how this will end. Great writing!

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Great review! This sounds intriguing. A magical world filled with diverse characters that can transport through a portal between them and the physical world. I can’t wait to read it!

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I like a good sci-fi read, it does seem to fire up my interest. Thank you!

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A young man claiming his uncle's inheritance who lives in a different country where there is conflict between the king and the soldiers presents itself as an interesting fantasy book. I'm not crazy about it being the first in a series of ten books, but willing to give it a try. I enjoyed reading your informative review. Thanks!
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What an enthralling review! The story sounds fascinating and captivating. The plot seems unique as well. I wonder where Galen Bray comes in all of this. Thanks for the review.
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I've read this book and it is simply amazing. The plot, the characters, the suspense, the action, the magic...
Thanks for the great review.

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Post by Washboard »

I have read this one, and really enjoyed it! I agree that it is a similar type of book to the Game of Thrones series. Great review!
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