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  • 9 person found this review helpful

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    A story of 2 books in one book ?!

    This story should have been made longer or in two books, the events are going too fast to be "realistic". in one paragraph she's in love with one person and in the following one she's in love with the other. Everything is moving way too fast, it's like the book is missing chapters. The story seemed so good and interesting, but I feel like this is a short story not worth to be called a series.
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    Riddled with plot holes

    This book started off with a lot of promise. The character of Ceres was intriguing, however, within a few chapters I noticed a number of issues. One of the first issues I noticed was when she was captured by the slaver, who took her gold. When she escaped she didn't grab the bag of gold (which she had intended for her brothers), but stole a horse and rode to the resistance. There had been no indication she would have such knowledge prior to this. She also did not visit her brothers again, instead rode to the palace on a horse, handed over the stolen horse, yet no one questioned why a commoner would have a horse. Nor did she return for the horse. Another issue was when she was given the job to give weapons to Thanos, she is suddenly thrust into gowns, and given a nice room and everyone just accepts this? Then when it's announced they will marry Rexus assumes she betrayed him, yet he sent her to the palace to be a spy. The book had potential but the speedy timeframe of events made it riddle with plot holes. I struggled to finish this novel.
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    An amazing read

    This was a fin, action packed adventure. I read a lot and its hard to find books that totally keep me captivated. I got this book and read the whole thing as soon as I started it!
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    Slave, Warrior, Queen

    Awesome book, it proves that women can be equal if not better than men. Packed with romance, action, adventure and fantasy.
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    Needs a proof reader

    The story was poor and contrived. This author needs a better proof reader/editor. There are many mistakes in the story where someone is holding an object in one line, two lines later that person picks the object up.
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