Official Review: Quarantine by William Hayashi

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Re: Official Review: Quarantine by William Hayashi

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naraj wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 09:10
Wow, the review caught my attention me at the first paragraph. The story seems unique and at the same time pretty controvertial, thought-provoking and morale-challenging. I guess that's exactly what a science-fiction novel needs. Thank you for the fantastic review!
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praise+anyi wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 16:37
I wonder how it feels like living in the moon. Science fiction stories like this will definitely keep it's reader on their toes till finish. Great review!
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Of course the title caught my attention (as the entire world is practically quarantined right now) and I didn't expect this book to be about space exploration! I have to say it sounds a little too intense for me, and I love action (which apparently only comes at the end) so this time I'll pass. Thanks for your honest review.

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hasincla wrote:
06 Apr 2020, 09:02
Of course the title caught my attention (as the entire world is practically quarantined right now) and I didn't expect this book to be about space exploration! I have to say it sounds a little too intense for me, and I love action (which apparently only comes at the end) so this time I'll pass. Thanks for your honest review.
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The title caught my attention.. It's a nice book though I feel some work should have been done with regards to the characters...
Nice review. Great job

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Thanks for the aptly informative review. The narrative sounds intriguing but as with all fictional works, the exaggeration is not quite to my liking.
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Dannyphery wrote:
10 Apr 2020, 04:22
The title caught my attention.. It's a nice book though I feel some work should have been done with regards to the characters...
Nice review. Great job
Yes, the characters are underdeveloped. Thanks for your comment Dannyphery.
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Sydney Nyamasoka wrote:
11 Apr 2020, 13:01
Thanks for the aptly informative review. The narrative sounds intriguing but as with all fictional works, the exaggeration is not quite to my liking.
You are welcome. I understand. Thank you for your comment Sydney.
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