Official Review: Awakening by Tayma Tameem

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I feel that this book is a good fantasy novel with sisterhood in priority...definitely gonna read this..
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The gods has already chosen princess Amara, which awakens Katja who supposed to be the chosen one. But however, no one dictates to gods in the underworld.
The book teaches you to be awaken to your calling. Nice review.
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This fantasy novel set in a magical land sounds like a nice read. I like it that the characters are portrayed in a magical, yet relatable, fashion. However, I'm not a fan of this genre, and I'll pass on this one. Otherwise, congrats on the BOTD.
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Hmm sounds like a familiar tale that has recently become a huge sensation among younger audiences. The moral of the story is beautiful: Love conquers all in the face of all negative adversity. I'm sure this will become a popular read during many bedtime stories. Thank you for the insightful and well-written review! Happy reading :techie-studyinggray:
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The storyline of Awakening by Tayma Tameem is really amazing. I'm looking forward to know what happened with the princess. Congratulations on #BOTD.
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An interesting fantasy book that is a blend of Disney and other fantasy producers. This book would be ideal for young teens and other children that can remember character names and backgrounds. Young children may struggle with some of the character names. The officlal review was good and having read the free sample I can agree with the rating.
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This book sounds like a good start for a great fantasy series. The cover is beautiful. Congrats to the author on BOTD!
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Post by winecellarlibrary »

I can't help but be reminded of Frozen while reading this review. There are a lot of parallels. In Frozen, Elsa is the Ice Queen and Anna is the sister who has lost her memory. In this story, we have Amara and Katja, respectively.
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That bears a human soul!
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This sounds very captivating. I wonder what happened to Katja and whether she will be of help to her sister Amara. Consequently, I am adding the book to my shelf. Thanks for the review.
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Your review captures the theme of the book very well. I read only a sample, which intrigued me, but your review has me wanting to read the entire book without putting it down!
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This book is really filled with a lot of margical twists. The birth of Amara has began some twists in the family. I'll love to read this book. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Vinod Joshi »

I love sci-fantasy novels from coupled of years, it's always thrilling, exciting and adventurous to imagine.
I really would love to read the story and learn more about the two sisters.
Thanks for the free sample and detailed summary. :tiphat:
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Great review. This sounds intriguing. I love fairy-tales and especially one full magical twist and adventure. I can’t wait to read it.
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Sounds like frozen with a twist. I love it! I just don't know why magic is such an interesting subject. Great story. Congrats to the author. #BOTD.
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Post by ccundall2130 »

This book sounds like a fun fantasy story to read. Magical twists and teenage love. Sounds like the plot is intriguing, too. Definitely worth a read.
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