It's always nice getting stuff for free, but even better when you've actually won them or friends gift them.
I went into a competition via BL and then received a nice email from Amazon.com to say that I'd won a copy for an honest review.
This book was ok, but was an unusual story. The writing very clear making it a reasonably nice and easy read, one you can finish within the hour.
I think it would be wonderful if the government/and Science could find away to bring back the dead for a short while so the poor victims could point out who killed them. But there again, it would be extremely difficult and upsetting for their loved ones and friends.
Thanks to the author Patrice Williams-Marks, job well done.
First of all I would like to express my thanks to you Merry for giving me this to read for an honest review and I have to admit just how much I enjoyed this series. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of their travels, it really did feel as tho I was there with them, and I felt an extremely strong connection to Dylan.
This series is so strong, such a powerful and wonderful story, one I think should be made into a film.
It was brill catching up with Sir Dagonet, Skai, Bridget and Dylan. This is such a page turner, reading so fast, one you cannot put down at all as you need to know just whats gonna happen next, and who will eventually win.
As with the first in the series, I just adore Sir Dagonet, hes so funny in ways which he doesn't mean to be funny. There are some sad and tension breaking moments within the story. They keep encountering strange happenings along the way, that keeps you on your toes so much that your actually holding your breath until it's over.
Am hoping to catch up with them again real soon, as I do so much love each and everyone of them. So well done my sweetheart and a big hearty thanks once again Merry.
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