Review by InStoree -- We are Voulhire: A New Arrival und...

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An adventure and fantasy novel with a likable protagonist, a young man, Galen Bray. Description of characters and scenes are detailed and blooming. A must-read for fantasy genre fans.

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This book seems to have a lot going on for it. It sounds a little too convoluted for me, and I'd probably get lost somewhere in the realms. I'll pass. Thanks for the review though.
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Fantasy is a tough genre in which to create something original, but it sounds like the author might have achieved it. I'll have to take a look. Thank you for your review.

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Based on the review of the book this is something that I would check out. I am a fan of the sci-fi/fantasy genre. I also enjoy reading stories about adventure and magic/mages. I think that it’s interesting to have a book with characters such as kings and knights. I am definitely going to give this book a chance.

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Post by Kro92813 »

I love a suspenseful read! If its liken to GOT, its gotta be good! Thanks for the review!

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This is a dynamic dimension to supernatural fiction. I will read. Thanks for sharing.

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Post by jerick_12 »

This fantasy novel looks interesting to read. I'm a big fan of fantasy, especially those that have their own world. This book would probably be on my want to read list.

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Post by Nehal Mitna »

I am currently reading this book. I hope to find it as enjoyable as you did.

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Post by Ed Emmanuel »

A great fantasy book with excellent narrative. The reviewer did an amazing job.

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Post by LiLj »

Sounds good, I didn’t like Game if Thrones though, so I might not read this.

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Post by TCG »

Your review is splendid but is the Voulhire real?

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Post by Leandra81 »

I am currently reading this book. And enjoying it so far. Bit confusing at first but I think I'm getting more insight as I progress. Great review.

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Post by Shanny99 »

By reading this review, I am really anxious to check it out. Magic, wow...let me see if it is what you say it is.

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Post by Samgum50 »

Great review! I think that this book is very interesting. I agree that the author did a wonderful job with this book. It was a very exciting and gripping book to read.

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Post by Sarah Dsouza »

I've always hesitated to watch and read the book and show of GOT because I'm not comfortable with the sexual content - but that always kept me guessing about the rest of its matter. This book definitely seems like something I would like to get into, I'll proceed to read it right away. Thank you for this detailed review!

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