Official Review: Plume of Fire by Marie Fostino

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Re: Official Review: Plume of Fire by Marie Fostino

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Pearl Akpan wrote: 09 Oct 2020, 06:58 wow, i’m inclined to read this book because of how drawing your review is. i like concise book that do not diminish the general story. looking forward to reading this, thank you for a great review!
Aishwarya Chhabra wrote: 09 Oct 2020, 04:23 Dystopian world entwined by pandemic, appearance of alien seems quite interesting. Thanks for a nice review.
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Due to the pandemic that we are experiencing right now, the thought that this book is not actually fictional but from the future is terrifying. I would still love to read this book!
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Oh my, I hope this pandemic does not wipe out two-thirds of the human population! But following the way of love will always be the right thing to do, pandemic or otherwise.
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An alien informant appearing to warn people that the Earth would face destruction unless people change their evil ways? That’s a hard task to fulfill. I’m quite intrigued by the premise. The message about love sounds lovely too. Thanks for such a well-written and insightful review.
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As much as reading about a pandemic might currently make me a little uneasy, the plot sounds like one worth reading about. I'm already intrigued about Sarah and Ricky's journey in 160 pages. Loved reading your engaging and vivid review!
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Miriam Molina wrote: 09 Oct 2020, 21:19 Oh my, I hope this pandemic does not wipe out two-thirds of the human population! But following the way of love will always be the right thing to do, pandemic or otherwise.
Kate Park wrote: 09 Oct 2020, 15:39 Due to the pandemic that we are experiencing right now, the thought that this book is not actually fictional but from the future is terrifying. I would still love to read this book!
lavenderbooks20 wrote: 09 Oct 2020, 22:19 An alien informant appearing to warn people that the Earth would face destruction unless people change their evil ways? That’s a hard task to fulfill. I’m quite intrigued by the premise. The message about love sounds lovely too. Thanks for such a well-written and insightful review.
SamaylaM wrote: 10 Oct 2020, 00:40 As much as reading about a pandemic might currently make me a little uneasy, the plot sounds like one worth reading about. I'm already intrigued about Sarah and Ricky's journey in 160 pages. Loved reading your engaging and vivid review!
You are all welcome! Thanks too for finding time to read and comment.
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I'm not a huge fan of fantasy stories but it looks like Plume of Fire deals with some very timely topics in a pretty intriguing manner. I enjoyed reading your review. Thank you!
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When we see the violence and hatred that seem to be growing in today's world, I love the message in this book. We could all show a little more compassion and love. Great review!
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Usually I dream about our earth is being attached by aliens,with all the struggles me and my friends saved the earth many times.this book could give me a great thrilling story experiences.
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Wow the book appears to have a marvelous plot. Reading your review surely shows how imprssed and satisfied you are with the book. Thanks for the review it might help people choose better.
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A good take on the current times we are living in and a great way to admonish people to repent for the Lord's return is nigh.
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Prisallen wrote: 10 Oct 2020, 08:31 When we see the violence and hatred that seem to be growing in today's world, I love the message in this book. We could all show a little more compassion and love. Great review!
ATHIRAJITHI wrote: 10 Oct 2020, 08:59 Usually I dream about our earth is being attached by aliens,with all the struggles me and my friends saved the earth many times.this book could give me a great thrilling story experiences.
shamayelnur wrote: 10 Oct 2020, 12:50 Wow the book appears to have a marvelous plot. Reading your review surely shows how imprssed and satisfied you are with the book. Thanks for the review it might help people choose better.
Kevivas03 wrote: 10 Oct 2020, 23:40 A good take on the current times we are living in and a great way to admonish people to repent for the Lord's return is nigh.
Dominik_G wrote: 10 Oct 2020, 07:55 I'm not a huge fan of fantasy stories but it looks like Plume of Fire deals with some very timely topics in a pretty intriguing manner. I enjoyed reading your review. Thank you!
You are welcome! And thanks for finding time to read and comment on my review.
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Outstanding book for the current situation with the virus. Great review!
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Wow, this is a timely book, including the events of 2020 to create such an exciting premise! I like that you explain the author's positive message even though this is an intense book with lots of violent things happening in it.
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I’m Christian and I’m always drawn to books that promotes the message of the faith. I’d love to read how the author uses the device of faith to create a story worth reading.

Thank you for an informative review!
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