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You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. Coppersmith Easy Grader avg. Conclusion of a great story. Ethan, a scholar and the teacher of the royal children Robin Landry Take-Back Reviewer 34 deleted reviews; avg. A new Isaac Asimov. I was fortunate enough to receive William L. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun? My dreams will never be the same now. Science Fiction at its best. Ah, we finally get to the finale! Maria Take-Back Reviewer 2 deleted reviews; avg. Reviews that contain one of these phrases are NOT necessarily devalued; read more about how this test works here.
Does not include products from the same brand. We counted 5 reviews for this product over the span of days , an average of 0. If these reviews were created randomly, there would be a We didn't find any days exceeding this threshold. Read more about our Rating Trend test. Pass Word Count Comparison. We didn't find any review word count groups that had a statistically significant greater concentration than what we'd expect to see in this category. Apr 01, Heavensent1 rated it it was ok. Barok's Exodus is the second book in science-fiction series, The Stritonoly Chronicles.
I read it in one sitting, not because it was a short book which it is , but because I had to find out what would happen to Barok and Princess Becki. The ending wasn't very satisfactory, but it did set me up waiting impatiently for the third book to be released, which it was on May 19th! I was not required to write a positive review. Feb 24, April rated it really liked it Shelves: sci-fi , fantasy , fant. Although,the characters from book one does appear in this book.
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It is written with details to futuristic things,and with depth. It has mystical powers, poverty,slaves,another planet, promises, threats,the discovery of truth and prophesy. The characters and the plot are engaging with threats and promises made. We are introduced to new plots and characters.
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This seems to be a continual storyline with the promise of another book to come. If you enjoy science fiction and fantasy with underlying themes than you will enjoy this one also. This book was received for the purpose of review from the author and details can be found at Sci-fi-cafe and My Book Addiction and More. Oct 17, Linda rated it really liked it.
This review is from: Barok's Exodus The Stritonoly Chronicles Kindle Edition Six years later, the humans have banned mystical powers and continued to enslave the acidels. What was Barok thinking?
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Trying to escape alone with no plan, and not much forethought; it seems like the end for him and his beloved Shroomy. Paying no attention to the prophecy everyone is only concerned with their own advancement, everyone is self-obsessed. Egos are running rampant. Something is coming, we are not sure wha This review is from: Barok's Exodus The Stritonoly Chronicles Kindle Edition Six years later, the humans have banned mystical powers and continued to enslave the acidels.
Something is coming, we are not sure what. Who is Strito, is he the savior of the planet, of mankind, and the acidels?
There are a few editing problems, but nothing that threw me out of the story. Mar 17, Lizzie rated it really liked it. Feb 05, Eva rated it it was amazing. Boyko Ovcharov rated it it was amazing Mar 23, Brown marked it as to-read Apr 08, Alex Shippe marked it as to-read Apr 08, De Jr.
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But is it really so different? One element that has always characterized my books is family relationships. Whether I'm writing the ultimate romance or adding a mystery or suspense plot, family trumps all. There are many reasons for that.
Although I was an only child, my extended family was large. My parents and I lived with my grandfather and aunt until I was five and then my parents built a house next door. I ran between the houses as if they were both "home. When I was home sick from school, I stayed with my aunt and my grandfather until my parents returned home. My paternal grandfather's house was located on a corner lot. My neighborhood friends and I had the run of both properties to skate around, to ride bikes around, to pretend and imagine and create scenarios that we brought to life, whether it was a western script or simply a family one.
Sundays were usually spent with relatives at my grandfather's house next door. Decades-old elms cascaded over park benches where my aunts and uncles would sit and talk. My dad had nine brothers and sisters, so someone was always coming and going, bringing food, cooking food, laughing and enjoying a glass of wine. My favorite cousin became a confidante as we grew older into teenage crushes, discussed favorite music and even wrote a script together. On my mom's side of the family, I had seven aunts and uncles.
They were scattered a bit more so I didn't see them as often. But every Friday evening my parents and I would drive to my maternal grandparents' house to pick up fresh food my grandmother had purchased for my mom at the farmers' market. They lived in a row house across the alley from the market. My grandfather's barber shop was on the first floor.
The living room was on the second floor but we hardly ever used it because around the huge dining room table was where all the conversation swirled. On those Sundays we weren't visiting with family next door, we drove to my maternal grandparents' house for supper. This was life. Everyone was connected.
I've lost my parents and all of my aunts and uncles. With those losses, memories become even more precious. I remember going out into the tobacco field with them on a flatbed trailer being pulled by a tractor. I helped push the tobacco leaves onto lathes before they were hung in the barn. I can still remember the sun on my face, the smells of harvesting, the enjoyment of feeling free on that farm.