Official Review: Awakening by Tayma Tameem

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Re: Official Review: Awakening by Tayma Tameem

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First of all, the cover is so beautiful. And your review truly captivated my attention. I always enjoy magical lands, wonderful scenes and a terrific story. This goes to my shelf. Awesome. Thanks
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The review did remind me a bit of "Frozen", but I am anxious to see where it goes. The review actually has me intrigued. I have read a couple of Tayma Tameem's books now, and they do not disappoint. Fantastic job.
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Katja portray a good sister who is not jealous of her sisters magic ability. Instead she support and helps her control her evil side. This is a definite must read. Great review.
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Sounds like a twist on the cartoon 'Frozen' in book form. This will definitely make good reading for fantasy lovers.
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How did the spirit of Brikkir enter the little princess? Was it because of the story that was told to her? For me, I understand how spirits can gain entrance into someone through information. Maybe that's what happened.
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Two sisters magical story, what an exciting and adventurous novel. I think I would love to read someday. Nice review
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Sounds like a fascinating fantasy story with good character development. Although some aspects of the premise might be similar to other stories, the author adds their personal voice to give the novel its unique identity. I'm also loving the cover. Thanks for the review.
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I love a good sci-fi book and this book is an example of what interesting looks like.
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The review is amazing. I think the story is a little bit similar to the movie named, Frozen. I hope Katja will recall her past.
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I love fantasy novels, and reading the review made me love the storyline. I can't wait to dig into the story proper. Congrats on Botd.
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This seems like a good book. I hope the cliffhanger ending in book one is made up for in the sequel.
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Post by Kalid malik »

It was good reading actually,would love to exploit the mind set of the author,such innovative books are just what we need to keep the word going
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Beautifully written review. The sisters shared an amazing bond. I hope it was strong enough to survive beyond their personal struggles.
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I like that this story is based on the message "Love is the only power out there that trumps hatred, grief, sadness or anger.”
This would be an excellent book to read. Congrats on Botd.
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Post by Moddesser Elahi »

This is a fantasy novel revolving around the life of two princesses; the story involves their past and present mingled in an interesting manner filled with a lot of human emotions. I am not into this genre so I may pass this one. Thank you for the review!
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