Official Review: Steel, Blood & Fire

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Re: Official Review: Steel, Blood & Fire

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Great Job on the review. If I want something different to read I will have to check it out sometime. It's always nice to know in a review when you can't put the book down.
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ebeth wrote:Great Job on the review. If I want something different to read I will have to check it out sometime. It's always nice to know in a review when you can't put the book down.
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Love the idea that this book isn't just good vs evil as said in the review. It does sound very intriguing and worth a read.

The review was very well written and really grabs your attention.
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Sounds awesome! I'll have to put it on my list of books to read.
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Congratulations, you have successfully written a review that's interested me in a book so, huzzah to you!
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A well written review. Steel, Blood & Fire sounds like an interesting read, especially with the multiple POVs apparently used so well, something I haven't come across often.
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Hi Gali,
Seems you are a veteran in the review field. Good job and keep it up.
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Thanks Gali too.
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What a wonderfully written review. From your review, I am pretty sure that you enjoyed reading this. I don't know if I would like this book but I would give it a try. Thank you for your review
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Great review though I will have a problem believing or imagining much of the book since it is about magic and I personally don't believe in it
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Thank you for writing such an informative review! I’m a huge fan of fantasy novels and this one sounds very interesting. Concerning the less evil vs. more evil element, I’ve always thought “good vs. evil” is a bit of a stretch anyway. Who’s to say what characteristics are inherently good or evil?
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kemp1kor wrote: 10 Feb 2018, 18:35 Thank you for writing such an informative review! I’m a huge fan of fantasy novels and this one sounds very interesting. Concerning the less evil vs. more evil element, I’ve always thought “good vs. evil” is a bit of a stretch anyway. Who’s to say what characteristics are inherently good or evil?
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Wow, this story sounds amazing and your review is well written! I'm ready to check amazon out and buy it now! It sounds like it has everything a fantasy novel should! Thank you so much!
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