Official Review: Awakening by Tayma Tameem

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Re: Official Review: Awakening by Tayma Tameem

Post by Tonze »

The book is not my genre so I will pass on this but I think that people who likes fantasy and magical scenes will enjoy this book. The review was well detailed and Congratulations to BOTD
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Post by Shrabastee »

A fantasy story with princesses is something right up my alley. Can't wait to read this book. Thanks for the awesome review!
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Post by Joseph_ngaruiya »

The narrative is interesting enough to keep one yearning for more. I will get my copy. Thank you for the review.
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Post by Erick Muyesu »

A story of magical land with princesses is an one that everyone can enjoy reading. Congratulations on BOTD.
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The tapestry of events rather intriguing with sounding text. Good review.
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Post by moowshiri »

It sounds like an amazing read on the struggles of two princesses hoping to discover their past. I'm looking forward to reading about Amara and Katja. Thanks for the excellent review.
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Post by dragonet07 »

Fairytale-esque fantasy is most often a win for me. I wonder if the author drew inspiration from the Hans Christian Andersen tale The Snow Queen like the makers of Frozen did. Hopefully, this will have a slightly more uplifting (or at least less misogynistic) ending than a lot of his tales did if that’s the case. (Loved Frozen, have a more complicated relationship with Andersen.) Based on the raving review and strong premise, I have high hopes. Thank you for the helpful review.
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Post by aaurba »

Your review is of excellent help in deciding whether or not I will enjoy reading this tale of the day. Congratulations to the author for BOTD!
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Post by j4nma11ew »

The Plot of this book sounds promising, I am intrigued by the fact that it has strong female characters as pritoganist. Hoping to see a good magical system. Overall the review sounds promising
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Post by Ekta Kumari »

This does seem like an intricate tale embellished with magic and fantastical worldbuilding. I like how the characters complement each other. Thank you for the detailed review.
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Post by AnnOgochukwu »

This story has a lot of similarities with the famous Disney story, Frozen. Although this one has a twist to it. Nonetheless, it has got an interesting storyline, and the cover page is very colorful and attractive.
Thank you for this beautiful review.
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Post by Orizon »

This seems like a nice fairy tale to read and enjoy. I admire the love among the sisters and many lessons captured in the book. Nice review.
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Post by leonor2520 »

the protection and the support that the sisters have are sweet and better then my relations with my sister. their bond is so well put that they help one another.
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Post by PeterRabitt20 »

I enjoyed reading your review. It was very well written. You encouraged me to try this book. Thanks.
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Post by crisanja »

AnnOgochukwu wrote: 28 Nov 2020, 04:47 This story has a lot of similarities with the famous Disney story, Frozen. Although this one has a twist to it. Nonetheless, it has got an interesting storyline, and the cover page is very colorful and attractive.
Thank you for this beautiful review.
This is the thought I had as well reading the review. It sounds very interesting and I'll put it on my shelves to read later.
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