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Swordbird (Swordbird Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2008

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    If I could, I'd give this book no stars - but I cant. I read this book the entire way through, and frankly I think it was dull, childish, and boring. No affense, but I think Nancy should have waited a few years to write a book. I'll have to admit, though, I like that she's such a young person, and I'm 15 myself. I've written a book myself, but I've got a long way to go. This book was just...missing something. It seemed soooo predictable and obvious. To all of you who do like this book, I'm sorry if I affended you. The same goes for Nancy if she's reading this right now. Well...There's really nothing else to say....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2007

    I did not like this book

    When I read this book, it really annoyed me. I bought this book because I thought, 'Ok, she's 13, I wonder how good her writing is...' There were too many points that were written awkwardly, and it was just too based off the Redwall series. I think it would have been better off as fanfiction. My sister asked me if she could read it but I said no, and told her to read Redwall if she was going to read Swordbird.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2007

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    Upon getting a copy of the book and opening it up, the first thing which struck me was the writing style. Normally, I have no problem getting into a book, but Swordbird is poorly written. The writing doesn't seem to flow very well, and the dialogue is awful. The second thing which struck me was a sense of 'Haven't I seen this before?' Whenever she introduced something, I got a feeling that I had seen it somewhere before. I've got nothing against fan fiction, but ultimately that's all this book is. Avoid this book at all costs.

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