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    Very enjoyable!

    A well written and very enjoyable book. The notable lack of malaprops, spelling errors and gross abuses of English grammar make it quite exceptional.
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    Something for everyone

    Good versus evil, bullying, friendship, magic and dragons; there is something for everyone in this well written book. Follow Song Wei, a poor powerless boy, as he slowly learns about his past and his destiny in this, the first of an exciting trilogy. Michelle Isenhoff is a talented writer proving she can write well in a diverse range of topics.
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    Song of the mountain

    D book is epic, the writer goes straight to the point. It's close to the creation story and garden of Eden and God telling Adam n eve not to eat of the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden but since Adam didn't really understand the command He still ate of it and sin entered into the world. But in the book, the God created a couple whom he gave power to reign over everything, The God also commanded them not to cut down a tree which he referred to as their guardian and d god wanting to prove their trust in Himself didn't tell them that it harboured a dragon that if unleased will destroy them. They didn't listen our of greed and selfishness cut down the tree and the dragon was unleased and it kept destroying d people. The devil is referred to as d old serpent, and a dragon is of d serpentine group. Then it talked about Cain and Abel in a way, Cain who killed his brother out of same jealousy and hatred because God approved of Abel's offering and rejected his own. In the story, d father favoured d first son above his 3 sons and asked d god to bless him above all other sons and out of jelousy the last son killed d first son. But d put in a middle son who did not care about war or wealth, he just lived for wood carving and didn't care about other things. D third son's descendant was prophesied to destroy the dragon. for Bible story there was also third son, it's prophesied that Jesus d descendant of the 3rd son seth,will defeat the old dragon the devil and He did.
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