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Half-Blood: A Covenant Novel

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i started this book and really tired to stay with it but in the end i just could not do it. there is nothing really unique about it. its pretty boring.
A Clash of Kings (A Song of Ice and Fire, Book 2)

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once again very slow and very detailed. this book was boring and it was hard for me to push threw it but i did because i don't want to give up on this series i feel that this book was needed to set up the rest of the series and believe that the next one is going to be very interesting.
The Iron King

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read this series! if you love romance, fairies, and aventures, this book is for you, it takes off like a rocket and doesnt slow down i read it in one day.
The Selection (The Selection, Book 1)

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this book was amazing! easy read but that doesn't stop it for drawling you in, it took me less than a day to read it because i could not but it down i am really looking forward o the next one
The Taker: Book One of the Taker Trilogy

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this book was very very good. however it did start out kind of slow. but after the first couple of chapters it picked up and i was obsessed. i love the writing style i could picture everything when i was reading it.
The Gray Wolf Throne (The Seven Realms Series, Book 3)

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love this book just like the rest, every thing starts to play out and all the action plays out im really excited for the next book i would recommend this series to anyone that likes magic romance and drama.
The Demon King (The Seven Realms Series, Book 1)

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this book was good. full of adventure action and a hint of romance starting. the young princess cant resist the young and dangerous man that kidnaps her just like i could resist this book.
Die for Me

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this book did not hold my interest at all it was slow and boring. it did have fairly interesting super normal character in it but other than that nothing to special about it
Amor redentor

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this book was really sad, but not only did it make me cry it also made me laugh. i recommend this book to anyone than likes to feel better about their life. it also teaches good lessons and brings you closer to Gog
The Exiled Queen (The Seven Realms Series, Book 2)

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this book is just as good as the first, and it starts up with plenty of action that carries on threw the whole book. there is never a dull moment in Raisa’s life so its fitting this the book is them same as well.
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