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Elegy for a Lost Star (Symphony of Ages Series #5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2007

    HUH?

    I don't get it. I really don't! First, in Rhapsody, Achmed starts to like Rhapsody. In Propechy, it's even more apparent, and in Destiny, they kiss! Yay!!!But in Requiem for the Sun, that's vanished. But in Elegy for a Lost Star, when they were trapped in Llauron's wing, Rhapsody says she loves Achmed! Hello didn't any of you notice that? Or am I wrong? Did she mean just as a friend? Anyway, this was a great book, and I finished it in about a day. But...my main complaint is WHY Achmed and Rhapsody can't get together! I mean, why would Elizabeth Haydon even say that he loved her if it was unrequited love? She wouldn't be that cruel--or WOULD she? The parts with Talaquist were boring. Achmed is my favorite character! WHY does Rhapsody like stupid, STUPID Ashe? He's an airhead and pighead. He's just, as another reviewer said, a pretty boy. Achmed and Rhapsody were MEANT to be together! Oooh! Why...Elizabeth Haydon...HOW can you doooo this to meeee?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2005

    Good book

    Again this book dragged a little too. And why does it seem through this book and Requiem that Achmed is having PMS? Just go tell her that you love her. You already kissed her you dum-dum! I hope something happens in the next book! It is titled the Assassin King for a reason, it's gonna be mainly about him. Can't wait!

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