What Book to Read

Poll Which Fantasy book would you like to read in March 2013? The Dragon Within The Light Beyond the Storm Chronicles The Five Elements Thread Slivers Duck Blood Soup The Aduramis Chronicles: Destiny of the Wulf Askari: Child of Muralia Book I The Never King Dragons and Cicadas: The Society On Da Run Days of Love and Blood 10 comments · show results · invite friends  
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I Can Relate

I can definitely relate to what Wil Wheaton is feeling. When we pulled the trigger and uploaded Duck Blood Soup to I didn’t think anyone would buy it. If they did buy it, I didn’t think anyone would like it. Turns out I was wrong. There are actually people we don’t know writing good reviews. Of course, now I’ve got the same feelings as we start the second book. What if it sucks? What if the people who liked the first book hate the second? What if we’re one hit wonders? But, we press on and write. Who...
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Sonja’s Review on Goodreads

Sonja gives us four stars in a review: First of all, do not do what I did. Do not read the sample of this book and then pick it up a couple weeks later to read. Unless you have a better memory than do I. Doing so caused me to take longer than I needed to get into this story. Because I was lost. Because I was lazy. So. Starting over. This is either a political commentary, an exposition on racism, or another story about teenagers saving the world. Or all 3. I viewed it as the last....
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Nathan’s Review

Our latest review on Very enjoyable read, February 14, 2013 By Nathan D. Eckenrode “n8k99” This review is from: Duck Blood Soup (The Caldarium War) (Kindle Edition) I grabbed this book because of a recommendation from others and it certainly lived up to its billing. The way magic and technology are intertwined in this world is wonderful. Additionally the characters are very enjoyable to follow through their adventures. I look forward to reading more about them.
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Review by StlCardinalFan

Our latest review on from StlCardinalFan: 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful Bring on the big magic, February 10, 2013 By StlCardinalFan This review is from: Duck Blood Soup (The Caldarium War) (Kindle Edition) I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Good character development and description of their world. I can’t wait for the second book as three magic users wandering this world could do some big stuff. Good read!
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Review by Wolf

Review by Wolf: Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?) This review is from: Duck Blood Soup (The Caldarium War) (Kindle Edition) great story line, was a little hard to get into at first, trying to keep track of all characters. after that really good. cant wait for next one
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From an Amazon.com Discussion

From an amazon discussion: Posted on Feb 8, 2013 6:18:39 PM PST Luna_tic says: Just finished ” Duck Blood Soup” and found it a great read. Well written and and a few new turns, thanks for the RTR! Now I see some more new reads so let’s drop by a all night library and pick something here on ;cdForum=Fx3HM4WU2RDYE3B&cdMsgID=Mx28WDQ1U4U4ZCQ&cdMsgNo=7&cdPage=1&cdSort=oldest&cdThread=Tx3TW2H7L50KIOH#Mx28WDQ1U4U4ZCQ
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Customer Review – More from Sharon

This review appeared on both and goodreads: I’m ready for more A delightful surprise. I do begin the free download indie books with a bit of apprehension and truly the title of this is a bit ‘off-putting’. Don’t let that slow you down, the title makes sense after you get into this book. Definitely one of my rare 5-star ratings and I’m afraid, if the quality of subsequent books holds up, it’s going to have to go on my ‘must buy’ list. Good introduction of the characters and their world, though I think more detailed descriptions of the...
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Putting My Foodie Hobby To Use

Some people find the title Duck Blood Soup a bit umm, unusual. We’ve even had a review say “the title of this is a bit ‘off-putting'” but follow that up with “Don’t let that slow you down, the title makes sense after you get into this #8221; Whenever I talk to someone from a different culture, the conversation invariably turns to food. I like to think that people can set aside their differences and enjoy good, unique food. Ages ago I met someone from eastern Europe who mentioned that she used to eat duck blood soup. I’m sure my...
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