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  • Oh why cant i give it O stars!?

    Oh WOW, where do i begin lol. Maybe if i was half the age i am now (making around 16) this book would of been far more appealing to me but the fact that im Aged and experienced in life has given me a lil insight and wisdom as to how people behave as they get older. And i dont care who you are or how reclusive you behave, if you live for over a 100years+ you would be a lil harder/realistic/colder? you wouldnt be super clingy or behave like a 12yr old squimish squeeling lil girl in every situation.. (Dont think there are any spoilers below but if there are ... then "You're welcome world.") Name of the book shoulda been "I was transported to a world where i have unlimited Magic and Might yet No matter how long i live or what all i experience i Retain the Cognitive Powers and Emotional State of a 12yr old Girlscout." i mean i get it.. its suppose to be cute and funny but i mean a lil realism woulda gone a long ways to helping this story. so much lovey dovey female bromancing i.e. lots of cuddling, hand holding, and some bits of sexual innuendos that are almost pg13comeic but due to the 300yr old witch having the emotional stability of an 11yr old she freaks out and runs around squeeling (happens alot or so it FEELS like it happens alot). I mean it talks about her living for 300yrs next to a small town helping and healing and working w/ their people and watching them die of old and they in turn treate her like a diety age etc etc... imo that creates emotional calluses in a character. Making them a lil more resiliant to say.. a pouting lil girl that you dont even know, or a strange love triangle between two dragons who are now 14? yr old girls who want to sleep and cuddle w/ their master witch? but not sexually, its ...? emotional? I dont know. but i do know this i have a mega open mind, i have read more books than are in existance (yeah figure that one out) but i hated the fact i picked this one up lol... mainly because my OCD that forces me to find out the unknown no matter what, forced me to read all 3 of the currently released books. Luckily if there are more released i wont be inclined to read them because i have already moved on and wont have to suffer through another episodes of squeeling emotionaly unstable oxymoronic characters. The bonds/relations/emotional ties in this book are just.. mind boggling. I love a good emotinoal tugging book, infact the most current series i read w/Karren Miller and her 4book mage series.. i shed a many tears at the end of the 2nd book, but i mean, in this series, if you find a lil girl in the woods who wants to kill you.. you end up wanting to take them in as your daughter and be their mommy? and after 1 day you are perfectly entwined in the roll of mother daughter? Bah... but atleast there were a few funny and comedic moments i did enjoy and a few times i was like Ha thats neat or Funny. i cant recall any specifics or examples of them sadly lol, but im quite certain there were a few in there.

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    25 of 36 people found this review helpful

  • Holy Deus ex machina Batman!

    The preview seemed really good, and I enjoyed the book for the first couple chapters, but eventually it just seemed like the author lost interest in writing the story! Eventually it just became a collection of McGuffins and Deus ex Machinas. They started introducing characters at a shocking rate—like they just wanted to be done—and the moment they brought in the elf it was game over man! She was a buxom woman that the MC was jealous of and continuously made mention of... the entire premise of this character only seems to be the comic relief by being a moron! I’d think I was too old for the target audience, but some of the subject matter makes me think otherwise. Some examples of this were things like: “Be careful not to step on to one of these gigantic plates of hors d’oeuvres that these dragons are eating everybody!” Said the witch “Oh no, I’m on one of those plates!!!” screamed the elf... It was the first book in the series, maybe they had issues with pacing... I’d like to see the story more as I enjoy the premise... but I’ll wait until spring when it becomes an anime. It just felt like a story from a kid in grade 5! Great ideas, creative, but horrid execution! “As they walked down the path, Sue said “wow, I sure hope a goblin doesn’t show up” suddenly, a goblin showed up! Sue kicked it in the stork and it died. “Wow, what are the chances of that?” Asked Sue “I don’t know, but I want to make out with you” said Betty... I want to like the series, but this was really bad!

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    6 person found this review helpful

    6 people found this review helpful

    6 of 6 people found this review helpful

  • Awesome book

    This book was way better than I expected. Not a manga but more than worth the read

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    4 person found this review helpful

    4 people found this review helpful

    4 of 6 people found this review helpful

  • Good At First Bad At End

    It is a nice book at first kind of like a slice of life but not quite so. Then stuff started happening and really forced conversations. Convoluted events it turned into something else.

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    2 person found this review helpful

    2 people found this review helpful

    2 of 6 people found this review helpful

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