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arwa lokhandwala

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John Green at his finest

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Reviewed: 16-10-20

This book is so good. Its beautiful in its prose and the discussions it has are so powerful. The philosophys within the pages hold out to be some of the most interesting in the world. I read this in 2 days, straight- it keeps you hooked without ever having a breakneck pace

A beautiful colorful tale

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Reviewed: 26-09-20

it's awesome how Sanderson comes up with these brilliant magic systems. And doesn't ever info-dump you with it- it's a really good slow burn almost mystery tale with twists and turns that will leave u wanting more. the start is a little slow but it's necessary to get invested in ciri and vivenna as characters. And all of the other characters are glorious in their own right. loved it.

An awesome story that kinda blew it at the ending

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Reviewed: 27-07-20

I think this book needed to cut down the ending because I get what the authors trying to do but I would've thought it a much better end of Katniss a) chose a boyfriend instead of peeta just being there and b)ended the book troubled but strong.

"In the middle there was his life to live"

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Reviewed: 20-09-19

I loved this book. A boy taken in by a graveyard that walks the border between life and death. the boys struggle between the world's. His life being something to savour and cherish and his death a far off thing which he will eventually reach. I love the books episodic nature divided in chapters big enough that reading one a night is not too little and not too much.

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Reviewed: 27-05-19

amazingly ended. an unprecedented blend of humour and darkness. loved how all loose ends we're tied