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  • fun little read

    It was a fun read, in spite of some rough craftsmanship. Not so engrossing that you can't put it down, but enticing enough to keep you interested.

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  • Prince of Wolves

    A truly enchanting story. However there were many sections (really the whole thing) that had inconsistencies in the way characters spoke, or which tense was used (Present tense or past tense.) The story itself was well thought out, but it was at times annpoying to read because of the aforementioned reasons. Overall however I enjoyed it. There were no inconsistencis that i noticed in the plot. I will be reading the sequel hopefully soon!

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  • Fabulous

    I was hesitant about this series because of the atypical werewolf theme. However Quinn does such a great job of seeking out the human emotion and comedy that it makes me compelled to read the rest of the series.

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  • Prince of Wolves bk. 1

    The fact that the author doesn't know what an apostrophe is for, or that homonyms are NOT interchangeable, e.g. 'queue' and 'cue', really distracted me. The fact that no one else commented on these errors makes me concerned for the future of our language. Canada and the US have alarmingly high illiteracy rates - the state of the grammar, and spelling, and syntax in this book demonstrate that standards are slipping dramatically. The plot is imaginative, the characters believable,but please, Quinn Loftis , clean up these egregious errors, and in so doing, you will set a good example for your readers.

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  • Interesting idea, bad grammar

    May have kept my interest more if I didn't feel the need to edit the book as I read it. Unfortunately I can't give it a higher rating than this due to that fact.

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