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    Loved it

    As a reader you are sucked into the story. Together with the main character, you will experience the wonderful revelations and plot twists. Putting down the book is virtually impossible. Only downside, the book is thin.
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    The Last Falcon

    A page turner. Everything a fantasy book should be! Adventure, quests and magic.
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    Well-written, fast paced start to an adventure

    The Last Falcon is a well-written fast-paced story that made me keep turning the page. I got it on Kobo because it was free and the cover looked great and while it was just mildly interesting at first I really into it at about chapter 6 and from then on I couldn't stop turning the pages. The protagonist is engaging enough and the little hints of secrets that she slowly reveals keep it interesting as the events push the character into an action-packed journey. There were a couple of info-dumpy sections/conversations where too many names were introduced, but other than that my only other issue is with the ending. Very abrupt ending. It felt like the author had written one book and then got a knife and cut it cleanly down the middle to make two books - or will there be more? The writing was good enough and the bits of the world revealed interesting enough that I am considering buying the next book in the series, especially since I haven't found anything new this interesting in a while... if I do pick up the next one I'll be sure to leave a review.
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