Overall rating and opinion of Mark of the Remaker

Discuss the August 2015 book of the month, Mark of the Remaker by Ian Yamagata
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Re: Overall rating and opinion of Mark of the Remaker

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Good book, this author combined action with adventure making this book very pleasant and interesting to read . Great work by the author.
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After reading everyone's opinions I feel that I might enjoy this book. I do like the sound of a good fantasy book :)
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Post by Norma_Rudolph »

I've been busy and missed this one. I may have to read it. It sound pretty good.
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Being a science lover, I enjoyed this book. It was an easy read and kept me interested.
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Post by CataclysmicKnight »

Oh, hey, this is awesome! I just noticed this was a book of the month, and I reviewed it here (I'm assuming it would be okay to link to - forums.onlinebookclub.org/viewtopic.php ... mp;t=27530). I don't remember the book all that well, but I remember liking it, and I gave it 4/4. I love fantasy when done well, and I'm rather picky about it (a lot of fantasy either throws around crazy names and such that are unpronounceable and impossible to keep straight, or else it drones on way longer than it should), but Mark of the Remaker was an enjoyable read!
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I don't generally read fantasy. What would recommend this book to someone who isn't crazy about the genre?
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Overall, I'd rate this book 4 out of 4 stars. I loved the action, the characters, and the plot. The creation of Mythra was well done and showed a lot of creativity. I would definitely recommend it and plan on reading the sequel if he releases one.
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PashaRu wrote:I don't generally read fantasy. What would recommend this book to someone who isn't crazy about the genre?
Not really. I don't think this book is for you.
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Post by QUEENp »

The reviews of "Mark of the Remaker" sounds favorable. I wouldn't ordinarily choose to read a book such as this but, I would relish the idea of seeing it portrayed in film. Conversely, I'm going to add it to my shelf for future reading-thanks everyone.

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Post by powergirl »

The book is a magical tale of aventure that blends phyical might and ingenuity.The characters are well developped and bring you in their world.
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Post by atonykamau »

I have to say that I really loved this book. The plot of this book not only captivating but also one that made want to read the book even more. I would really recommend this book to any reader with a love for fantasy novels.
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Post by Alice anika »

This book is amazing, the writer has used writing styles of fantasy that makes one want to keep glued to the book. keep it up
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I think the book was awesome the story was so entertaining and really fun to read.
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