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Sky Riders, Book One: The Rising Sun
I read this story in about three days; looking for something that would take the stress off my mind from recent events. Searching for something to spark my interest, my eyes fell upon this story with a sense of excitement. First reading it I kept questioning the facts of why she was so hated, what was wrong with her, if half of her was human, what was the other half? Eventually gathering the answers to my questions, I was officially hooked in the never-ending path of exalted heaven on earth of a story. Loving every part of this book, I pulled an all-nighter soaking in the beautiful ambiance of it wonderfully and creatively written word. Though, the few typo's did distract the hypnotic state i was in, I couldn't stay away for more than an hour at best. I would fall asleep reading this, eventually to wake up ready to get back to where I left off. Oh, and before I forget to mention it, the way the author has woven the story into sounding like it was a sequel to the Eragon books left me thrilled and giddy. However, I must confess, I'm a little afraid to read the next book, only because I know I won't have the time to read it like I recently had with this book. That won't stop me though, I'm too in love with it to turn back now. The author has my full support, and also my best wishes for them to be successful in the world of writing. Keep up the good work! *Thumbs up* (P.S. I would like for whoever's reading this text to keep in mind that I'm am not liable for any literary mistakes noticed and criticized upon in this review. Thank you- JLP)Read the story now
Sky Riders, Book Two: Bright Star
I haven't been this enthusiastic about a book since I've read Jane Eyre, the Eragon series, the previous Sky Riders, and every other memorable book that I've read. This book has made me feel the very emotions that I thought were lost captive in the depths of feebly written books from my past. It's been a while since I've read fiction, mainly because I was exhausted beyond compare of all the poorly limited choices available to me at my local library. The mere fact that not one moment in this book has been tediously infuriating astounds me to my core, as I am left to the depressing reality of the bland moments that take their place in most books of today. Every part of my being is enamored with this book, with this author, with the writing techniques, and especially the many plot twists that occur in this book. I'm ever so slowly forcing my few friends into reading these books (one hooked, three to four more to go), my excitement increasingly becoming impatient with them. I'm practically dying to have someone with whom I can squeal and fan-girl over with this God given gift sent from Heaven above.
Note- I am hereby not liable for any, if at all, literary mistakes in this review. So if you would be so kind as to stop criticizing my writing skills, I would surely appreciate it. Thank you, and good night- JLP
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