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Revelation (Rai-kirah Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2005

    my opinion

    I thought the first one was way better. I thought this book was a little annoying because of the fact that Seyonne goes off on another path for a while and totallly forgets what he's supposed to be doing.This was the longest part of the book too and I was all like dude get on with it already and go back on the main story. However the author provides enough points of interest from the beginning of the book to make you want to keep reading and see what happens. Another thing i didn't like was that the lovely Prince Alekzander barely made an appearance in this book which was disappointing for me cause I really liked him! Well it doesn't take away from the book though and the author introduces some other good new characters. My final point is this: HASN'T SEYONNE SUFFERED ENOUGH! Geez he goes through sooooo much in this book I feel so bad for him. Well in the end it's still a good book and makes you really want to read the third one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 7, 2002

    Carol Berg Reveals an awesome new title.

    Carol Berg spins an intricate tail of love, deception, and one man's torture inside the land of demons. The book locks the reader's attention in within the first few pages and does not let go until the last sentence, and still the reader does not know enough to just leave it alone. Twists and turns are what kept me in, but the 1st person perspective of the book is always a risky move in my opinion. That would probably be the reason I gave this book 4 stars instead of 5.

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