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    Fairy Struck

    I loved this story and will look for more in the set
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    Briliant

    This was very good. I enjoyed the plot line and I really liked the main characters as well. Love The jokes/ teasing, descriptions. I laughed out loud plenty. Fast paced, lots of characters. Kind of ridiculous but awesome.
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    Writers need to know how to use the language

    Writers must be able to do more than tell a very good story; they must also be able to avoid creating distractions from the story for the reader. That's why so many of today's students hate to read Shakespeare-- it may be a wonderful story but the language is an awful distraction. That's exactly where I am with this offering from Amy Sumida; a great story with too many distractions. She is another of those on-line published writers who do not know how to use the the past perfect verb tense properly, especially with irregular verbs. I haven't noticed enough to know if she is simply confusing the two or if she doesn't know that many, if not most, irregulars have a different word for past tense than past perfect. In addition, her frequent misuse of to lie and to lay is distracting. Great story with too many distractions.
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    For lovers of fantasy

    I really enjoyed this book. It flows well, is an easy read and hard to put down. Occasionally there is too much descriptive detail and you're wondering when the story will resume but otherwise well worth a look. Some content makes it unsuitable for young readers.
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