Review by rahilshajahan -- We are Voulhire: The Fires of...

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Re: Review by rahilshajahan -- We are Voulhire: The Fires of...

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I am currently reviewing this book. I hope it doesn't make my head explode because book with many names makes me lose track of the event easily.

I have read the book 3. Trust me, it had a very interesting concept but I couldn't understand what was happening because I did not read book 1 and book 2 before reading book 3. Just as the reviewer said, consider reading book 1 before reading book 2.

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I have exclusively seen positive reviews of this series! Seems like the author has done an amazing job. You wrote a very informative, well-written, and articulate review.
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This book is a bit dark for my liking. Thanks for a great review! :)

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Tysz seems to have a loyal fan in you! Now I really have to start reading. I think I'm six books late.

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Phelicia Gloria wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 06:18
I did this book sometimes back and I must admit it, Galen is still my favourite character
Well. Meldorath is mine. haha! Anyways, thanks for your comment.
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A Y reviews wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 07:45
I am considering taking this book for my next review. And on the strength of this, I am definitely taking it. It's full of action and excitement. Great review too.
Thank you. Do read the prequels before going to read this.
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Adanna Inya wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 08:26
I enjoyed reading this book too. For me, I love kayden in this book. I can't wait to see how he'd go crazy on folcro and the people who killed his family.
The next book might come as a shock for you. I'm just going to leave it at that. Thanks for your comment!
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pablo10 wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 09:44
Great review. I think you're going to be impressed with the sequels. If you liked Meldorath in this one, You're going to love him in the following ones.
I know and I am. Thanks for your comment!
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Christieee wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 15:34
Haha! The opening statement is very witty and actually made me laugh out loud.
I’d love to read on the adventures of Galen.

Lovely review.
Thank you for stopping by!
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Viczboy16 wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 17:13
Also read this book. The author really did a good job. Galen Is the main character and he happens to be my favorite.
Galen is an awesome character too. I find Meldorath more interesting. Thanks for stopping by!
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Sou Hi wrote:
13 Sep 2020, 20:39
What a unique review this is. Your humorous wording makes me laugh out loud when I read the part about the square love. Quite a complicated relationship for a book, isn't it :D.
Yea. I've heard of love triangles. A square is quite new; I mean man's got to make a decision at one point.
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Olabode Joshua wrote:
14 Sep 2020, 08:31
Rahilshajahan, your review is CATCHY. Folcro is such a pain in the a.... you know. He's bad enough to be the big villain.
No No No! Dont give spoilers. If you are hinting that the Emperor of Lullabies is Folcro, I am angry at you for putting that thought into my mind!
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Prisallen wrote:
14 Sep 2020, 14:06
You have a gift for writing intriguing reviews! You make the book sound mesmerizing. Great job!
Thank you!! Give the book a read when you have the time!
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Star_and_Buck wrote:
14 Sep 2020, 20:41
This is a good book and your review justifies my opionions. Good job!
Thanks for stopping by!
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NetMassimo wrote:
15 Sep 2020, 01:32
I read only the first book of this series and as soon as I can find the time I'm going on with its sequel as it seems they're as great. Thank you for your great review!
Do read the sequel. I'm enjoying it quite a lot. Thanks for stopping by!
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