Review of Purges of the Soul

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Post by Shivansh_007 »

Your review tells me much about the book and I'm quite interested in it now. Although I'm not a short stories guy I'll try it out and see how it turns out. Thanks for the review.
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Post by Loveth85 »

Cattys,short write up shows you how the soul contact the supernatural and it's realm, because the soul belongs to the supernatural
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Post by Davidisactive »

The review is quite detailed and the concept of multiple stories in one book is sweet. I'll sure wanna get my hands on the book, relax and bury myself in its pages. It really will be an interesting read.
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Post by Lucy Omonigho »

I enjoys reading short stories that is hopeful and makes me curious to know more,since its well edited i look forward to it the more.
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Post by Same Mashiane »

I would love to find out what happened to the girl. I guess both the girl and the dragon saved one another because their life stories were similar. They were both rejected. Great review
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Post by Reema Aydieh »

The stories sound interesting and I love a book that has different topics. I enjoyed reading your review.
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Post by Nikkynikky »

This is a very interesting story and i am definitely going to read it. I love such suspense stories
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Post by Katso Puku »

I love how you mention that there is a bit of suspense in the book then do the same thing to us with the story of the dragon. The suspense you left me with definitely makes me want to know how the story ended, and the fact that its different short stories makes it even better because the book will be easy to read.
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Post by Uchechukwu Okereke »

Wow, this seems like a book that holds and dishes out so many life lessons within it, and with 40 short stories, there is sure to be enough golden nuggets to last a lifetime. The story, "Dragon", for example, seems to preach one good turn deserving another. An amazing review indeed!
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Post by Stephen Ikimi »

Cathy Birn always comes back with an outstanding piece. This book full of diverse stories is a good read for young adults like me. The review is detailed and comprehensive. Thank you.
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Post by Ugwuanyi Anthony »

It is o interesting but I really wanted to know what the other stories are about.
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Post by elizakiilu »

Iam always a fun of thrillers,bone chilling stories and all mystical things.ur review makes me more intrigued to read the book .
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Post by Steinkar »

I love reading anthologies. Short stories allow me to sneak one in between novels when time is an issue. These sound like something I'd enjoy, even the dark ones!
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Post by Amtheyst M »

After reading this review, I am definitely going to check this book out. Good review
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Post by Shaqco »

I love to read this book.
I want to know exactly what happened. How the dragon will save marie
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