Official Review: Steel, Blood & Fire

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Re: Official Review: Steel, Blood & Fire

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A medieval story about less evil vs more evil, sounds interesting and a bit different to more typical storylines.
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Well i must say you have my attention as your review makes me believe that this might be a book that i would buy. You would make a great salesman as i will be checking this book out. @gali i am speechless at the moment and have no words to describe how i felt after reading that. A really great review
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Less evil against more evil sounds really creepy. I love your review it makes me want to read the story.
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Sounds like a read that would leave me gasping for more at the end of it. Less evil versus more evil huh? Captivating review that gives me just the right amount of excitement to make me seek to acquire a copy for myself.
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This book is just like telling the story of the famous series: GAME OF THRONES. I just had to place an order for this book given your explicit review.
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I hope the book is as good as your glowing review!
Weaving many story lines into one common thread sounds like it makes for a good read. This is one for the bookslef.
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Post by gali »

It is. Thank you, guys. :tiphat:
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I love reading dark fantasies. Would be a sheer fun reading this book. Thanks for the review.
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“Less evil vs more evil”
This is quite an unconventional approach. Thanks for the review
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Wow! What a very nice and detailed review. Magic, swordplay, and a little blood. This is definitely my type of book. I'm sure I'll enjoy this book.
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I love readingabout warriors ,magic swords and fays. I will definitely download this one to see how the plot unfolds. Thank you for the great review.
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Power packed and overlapping themes of evil and good. How it all balances out leaves me a bit curious. I think this is a very engaging and thrilling book. Would definitely check it out.

Great review!
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Hands down the best review I've read thus far. Your words had me itching to get my hands on that book, on par with that awesome book cover. Your review gets 4 stars from me :)
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:text-thankyouyellow: :tiphat:
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