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crystalholes: This is a great book, I've read several on here that I've literally had to grind my teeth just to get through. This was engaging, witty, and smart. No grammar problems plaguing so many of the pieces on this app. Definitely publish-worthy.

Catherine Kopf: The Kings Game is a very compelling novel. The characters are fleshed out and are very different than what you see in a lot of modern fiction. The main protagonist, Ryan, is very unique because he is an "uninvited," and cannot easily triumph over the situation that he is presented with. This m...

ludovicabindi: I loved this story from the beginning till the end: I was so caught up in the plot that I couldn't stop reading! I loved all of it, especially all the father and son and mother and son moments the parents didn't know they were having! Thank you so much for writing it!

Catherine Kopf: I've got to say that I loved the plot behind this story. It was quite entertaining, and I found it very enjoyable. All of the characters had some form of depth to them, and I loved the way it ties in together at the end. The varying perspectives allowed for the story to be told to the fullest ...

sunshinebennybear: First, I would like to address the elephant in the room. The author forgets her own character's names. She mixed up Liam for Jace, Harri for Maiya, and Freya for Clary. I love The Mortal Instruments as much as the next fangirl, but I find myself unforgiving about this. Throughout the story there ...