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Re: Featured Review: Roan: The Tales Of Conor Archer

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Your review did such a good job and had such high praise, that I will have to consider reading it even thought this is not my normal genre! Thanks for the review!

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It looks to be an exciting mystery novel with all its twists and turns. The cover is interesting, attracting the young readers to dig into this urban fantasy book where Connor is searching for his bloodline. Congrats!

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Post by Abigail Mora »

I tried hard to read the prologue, it did not catch my attention. I jumped right into the first chapter but the story did not actually engaged me. Thank you for sharing it, though. I am sure there is a public for it.

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Post by Arpanad2 »

It was great review, I would keep this book in my list.
it sounds like a good urban fantasy book.
I think it definitely has a good flow when you read.
i like to congratulate to E. R. Barr for this well written book.

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Post by ciecheesemeister »

It sounds like a multi-layered book with both a compelling hero and nuanced villains. Thank you for your insightful and informative review.

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I'm glad that you enjoyed the book, and it seems like the author has come up with a fascinating fantasy premise. Thanks for the review!

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Post by Anthony__ »

I admire the perfect combinations of Urban Fantasy, Epic Fantasy, and Dark Fantasy enthusiasts in this novel. The writing style is very intriguing. Great review

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I am not much into urban fantasy with shapeshifters and the like. But your review makes it sound so exceptional that I think I’ll give this a try. Thanks for your review.

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This book sounds very interesting. I'm glad you enjoyed the novel. Thank you for a wonderful review.

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Combining fantasy elements and modern settings seems interesting! Thanks for the review and recommendation!

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Post by nfdoughe »

Honestly the review is so compelling I might have to read this book. I am a fan of fantasy of all kinds and mythology so honestly it seems like a great fit. Hopefully the author will continue to deliver.
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Post by navyapindi »

The plot seems intriguing. The character of Conan sounds promising. I love reading fantasy novels. The review is so good that I can't wait to read it. Congrats on BOTD!

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It is almost impossible not to fall in love with this book after highlighting all its beauty. I wouldn't want to miss this story for sure. Congratulations on your outstanding review!
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Post by AntoineOMEGA »

I usually like fantasy novels but I am not so sure about this one.

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Post by MrunalT »

If I ever read this book, it would be my first ever urban fantasy. The review is so explicit and well-written, that I am enticed to read the book. If for nothing else, than definitely for character development.

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