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A Must Read For Final Fantasy fans

If you're a fan of Final Fantasy 7 you'll enjoy the read, for those who aren't familiar with the game the story starts off a little slow. However, it does build suspense that pulls you into the world of Nibelheim. Something that I personally LOVE.

A gripe that I have is that it seems somewhat drawn out in the beginning, and sometimes in the middle of later chapters. However, that is my personal preference with storytelling and in no way takes away from the reader's ability to enjoy the story.

I would definitely recommend this read. To all Final Fantasy fans and those who enjoy a good supernatural vampire read!

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Good Start

A bit of a slow start but keep it up. I'm interested to see how far you can make this go. I like the choice in character names, In other media the name Lilith has been linked to Lucifer. Chapter size is easily digestible and it's a nice relatable story, in terms of the high school setting. Nice job, keep writing!

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Feeds The Soul

Short, well-written and beautiful, that's how I would summarize the poetry of Rhyming Stories. Sometimes it hits a soft spot and tugs on your heart strings (Depending on your interpretation). I can't wait for the next Chapter.

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Amazing

A Silent Game of Spies is an exceptionally well-written story. At first, the chapter count can seem overwhelming but if you're someone who likes to binge read fantasy than this is perfect for you. The author, Brittanny Davis is phenomenal at creating and developing her characters. Unlike most authors who do well at developing their lead character but neglect the supporting cast, Mrs. Davis shares the love to the rest which adds to the story overall, giving the fantasy more life. I must admit, at the time of this review I'm only on Chapter 35, Selby. As I stated earlier the chapter count can be overwhelming but personally, I couldn't stop reading once I finished Prologue III. I can say without a doubt once I've completed A Silent Game of Spies I will begin Winds of Change simply because I enjoy the intricate fantasy the author is able to weave. Lastly, my only gripe with the story would be to break the larger chapters up into smaller digestible pieces. That, however, is just my personal preference and in no way shape or form takes away from this beautiful fantasy.

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Mrs. Davis, if there is a hardcover of A Silent game of Spies please send me the link I would love to buy a copy for myself.

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So far Luvian is my favorite :p

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Enjoyable Read

The author does a good job pulling you in with the prologue and you can tell they took their time creating the character and her environment. Would love to see a little more imagery when describing the environment (that's my personal taste) that aside I'd definitely recommend giving it a read, I know i'll be back for the next chapter :).

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Beautiul

I am not a poet nor do I usually find myself reading poetry, but Zoi is the exception. The imagery and vocabulary the author uses are stunningly well done to the point where it brings out your emotions without forcing it. Each chapter is a short & enjoyable read, I would recommend adding this to your reading list. I personally can't wait for the next chapter.

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