Official Review: The Wicked Sister by Virginia Barlow

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Sarah Tariq wrote:
04 Apr 2020, 00:18
Cinderella's stories with a fast-paced plot, adventure and romance all makes a lovely theme. However mentioned flaws in the book makes it a little off putting. Great review!
I agree that it makes for an entertaining read; the flaws a bit off-putting, but hopefully they get revised. Thank you for stopping by! (:

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This sounds like a very interesting retelling, Hopefully, with another round of editing it could feel more professional!

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Tavaiel26 wrote:
05 Apr 2020, 06:52
This sounds like a very interesting retelling, Hopefully, with another round of editing it could feel more professional!
I agree with you; this definitely has quite a lot of potential! Thank you for stopping by. :D

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Sister insecurity may lead to chaos.Ilove reading it very wonderful review thankyou.

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Kilocharlie wrote:
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Sister insecurity may lead to chaos.Ilove reading it very wonderful review thankyou.
Thank you, I hope that if you decide to pick it up, you will enjoy reading it!

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The murder mystery part definitely caught my interest. I'll consider giving this book a try. Thanks for the thorough review!

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Mbrooks2518 wrote:
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The murder mystery part definitely caught my interest. I'll consider giving this book a try. Thanks for the thorough review!
I hope that you will enjoy it if you decide to pick it up; thank you for stopping by! :D

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Wow it sounds great and how it tell about the sufferings despite it was a fairy tale story it Gud though

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Shuaibu gimba wrote:
16 Apr 2020, 01:09
Wow it sounds great and how it tell about the sufferings despite it was a fairy tale story it Gud though
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This sounds like a good book to read, but the errors are really profound, I would rather pass it on.

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29 Apr 2020, 15:01
This sounds like a good book to read, but the errors are really profound, I would rather pass it on.
Still, thank you for stopping by to leave a comment! (:

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Thanks for another insightful review! The fact that you read the book in a single sitting is a huge endorsement. I like murder mysteries, and the romance element is a nice bonus. It's a shame the book was poorly edited. Hopefully, the author will make corrections and update the e-version of the book.
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From the summary of the novel I find it very interesting and very nice, it shows how people become and when a family loses the bread winner of the house

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bookowlie wrote:
01 May 2020, 09:42
Thanks for another insightful review! The fact that you read the book in a single sitting is a huge endorsement. I like murder mysteries, and the romance element is a nice bonus. It's a shame the book was poorly edited. Hopefully, the author will make corrections and update the e-version of the book.
I hope so too, it was a fun book nonetheless, and editing will really help. Thanks for stopping by, bookowlie!

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Mwenzu wrote:
01 May 2020, 15:53
From the summary of the novel I find it very interesting and very nice, it shows how people become and when a family loses the bread winner of the house
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