Customer Comments: Sharon

Finished the book and enjoyed it a lot. Reviews up soon. I still think the title is a bit *odd* to put it kindly, but I understand why it was used after reading the book and I do like what you’ve done with the Sangre’s … not your sterotypical vampire at all. Will be interested to see where this goes as I suspect we’ll be seeing more battle scenes and I think some of those could be … well, interesting. I think it will also be interesting to see what the young magicians can do once they get some...
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Customer Review: S. Danner

Great book for anyone January 24, 2013 Amazon Verified Purchase This review is from:┬áDuck Blood Soup (The Caldarium War) (Kindle Edition) I have to start this review by saying that I am generally not a die-hard fantasy novel fan. I’ve read Lord of the Rings and that’s about it. So I read this book on a recommendation from a friend, and I was absolutely not disappointed! The book spends about 5-6 chapters building up the characters and plot, but after that, it’s pretty much non-stop action that leaves you continuously wanting more. The authors do such a good job...
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Customer Review: Stacey K

Can’t wait for the next book! January 9, 2013 Amazon Verified Purchase This review is from:┬áDuck Blood Soup (The Caldarium War) (Kindle Edition) I’m just going to get right into my pros and cons… Pros: 1. Hard to put down. I just wanted to keep reading and find out what was going to happen next. 2. There are characters to love and hate. Some of my personal favorites are Jeunelux, Dramian, Vilmish, and Groenendael. I can’t wait to keep reading their story lines. 3. Wizards…I love books (and movies) about wizards. I think most of us have fantasized about...
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