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    Repetitive writing style and an unsatisfying read

    Author is extremely repetitive in his narrative writing. ..I found myself skimming through most of the pages of all 3 books in this trilogy. .. In fact, I only finished it because I paid for it so I may as well read it... a very disappointing read. I will not be reading any more from this author in the future.
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    Repetitive and more than a little boring

    When I started this book I was sure it was going to be an amazing read since the concept of angels versus dragons is inherently awesome. In fact the action pieces were well placed and moved quite nicely. I was sure this couldnt get boring in any way. Well, the author managed to make it quite boring. My main problem with these books is that every 3 or 4 lines someone is thinking or saying the same lines over and over. We learn about a grand nation of dragons in the first pages and are reminded of it six times per chapter. At some point I was loudly groaning every time a character thought of the ancient home of dragons. My second problem with the books are the dialogues. I get it that they are higher beings that must talk in certain ways, but every time they were talking with each other it sounded more like a cheesy soap opera. Is the combination of those facts that I can't bring myself to like these books and I had to stop reading them altogether and rethink wether I should finish them or start a new book.
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    Wonderful

    It was a wonderful read it was long in a few areas but it was wonderful thank you for your work
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    Flame of Requiem

    I have read every Trilogy in the saga of Requiem .Each 1 I had to read through to the ending within 2 days. Once you start reading one you can't put it down. I recommend buying the Triologies,that way you don't have to stop & order the next in line. Besides the cost of a Trilogy is less than buying each book! I look forward again to the next one as I have when I 1st started reading them 2 yes ago!
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    Won't read another...

    Far too repetitive, too many impossible battle scenes, overload on every level. Sad to see every mythological beast trotted out for initial slaughter and miraculous rout. Hopefully, not a young reader's introduction to the genre. One star suggests ' I hated it'. Too strong. That is why it gets two stars. A sad waste.
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