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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2013

    A really marvelous book. Three short stories with three differen

    A really marvelous book. Three short stories with three different plots. And every one of them is addictive. They read splendidly. There’s no chance of becoming bored, as the plot gets going from the very beginning and flows naturally, while the dialogues are sound. Every story maintains the tension right to the end and every ending is surprising. The main protagonists are well drawn. All of them are different in character and easy to visualize. Even the demons. There is a vampire and old-style demon, but there are also two more thought up by the author. It is a good strategy to include three short stories in one book. When time is short, a story can be read in one go without breaking off in the middle. And in the full knowledge that there are more adventures to be had without spending another cent.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 17, 2013

    Dark Children of Naor is a collection of three separate stories

    Dark Children of Naor is a collection of three separate stories set in a new fantasy world of Naor. The stories include a hunt for a vampire, vengeance for a murder, and conspiracy involving Egyptian-like royalty. The stories are quite different, but showcase the author's tremendous ability to write in various styles and subgenres with a deft touch all her own. The result is an original, thought provoking, unique approach to dark fantasy that readers of this genre will love.

    Justyna Plichta_Jendzio is certainly an author to keep your eye on.

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