Official Review: Mirrored Worlds by Tayma Tameem

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lavenderbooks20 wrote: 27 Nov 2020, 04:59 Sounds like a fascinating book with well-developed characters! I’m sure fans of the fantasy genre would love this. Thank you for such an insightful review.
Thank you very much for your comments! :)
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Looks like interesting fantasy novel that follows Lila Bakurets, who is a young and ambitious mage from the Bureau of Magical Affairs. Thanks for your elaborate review.
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This is a great fantasy book with packed actions. I like the fact that it leaves the reader in suspense. This encourages the reader to try other books in the series. Great review.
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I'm not too much into fantasy so Mirrored Worlds probably isn't for me, but I enjoyed reading your excellent and insightful review nonetheless. Thank you!
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Dominik_G wrote: 29 Nov 2020, 06:04 I'm not too much into fantasy so Mirrored Worlds probably isn't for me, but I enjoyed reading your excellent and insightful review nonetheless. Thank you!
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Wuoketch wrote: 28 Nov 2020, 12:01 This is a great fantasy book with packed actions. I like the fact that it leaves the reader in suspense. This encourages the reader to try other books in the series. Great review.
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sanjus wrote: 28 Nov 2020, 09:09 Looks like interesting fantasy novel that follows Lila Bakurets, who is a young and ambitious mage from the Bureau of Magical Affairs. Thanks for your elaborate review.
Thank you so much for your comments! :)
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Your description of this story reminds me of the Artemis Fowl series. I like the name of the character "Battleaxe." It's very appropriate for someone involved in combat such as he is.

Thank you for your intriguing review. I might just give this book a try.
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I like books with mages in them, but I don't like the fact that there are classic fantasy feature. It makes books more fanatical. I hope this book will change my mind. It was a great review thank you!
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This book has an intriguing name and an absolutely beautiful cover picture! The story sounds fascinating and it must've been fun to dive into the world of magic with Lila! I like classical fantasy features and fast-paced stories so I guess this could be a book for me to read. Also, I've heard a lot of positive things about this author lately but never read a full book from her.

Thanks for your insightful review!
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Josephe-Anne wrote: 02 Dec 2020, 13:17 Your description of this story reminds me of the Artemis Fowl series. I like the name of the character "Battleaxe." It's very appropriate for someone involved in combat such as he is.

Thank you for your intriguing review. I might just give this book a try.
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Daedag wrote: 02 Dec 2020, 19:43 I like books with mages in them, but I don't like the fact that there are classic fantasy feature. It makes books more fanatical. I hope this book will change my mind. It was a great review thank you!
Thank you very much for your kinds words! :)
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Kirsi_78 wrote: 09 Dec 2020, 14:58 This book has an intriguing name and an absolutely beautiful cover picture! The story sounds fascinating and it must've been fun to dive into the world of magic with Lila! I like classical fantasy features and fast-paced stories so I guess this could be a book for me to read. Also, I've heard a lot of positive things about this author lately but never read a full book from her.

Thanks for your insightful review!
Thank you very much! I'm sure you like it! :)
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This is a lovely review, I love fantasy novels, and I think it is an interesting concept that the one causing trouble is someone without magic, rather than with, which is what fantasy novels usually go for!
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The fact that it is written from her point of view is what makes it so interesting because as reader we will be intimate with her. This books sounds interesting enough for me to read.
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