Official Review: The Falconer's Apprentice

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Re: Official Review: The Falconer's Apprentice

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Thank you for this great review! From the historical perspective as well as a bird lover perspective you have me hooked! Congratulations, Malve, on getting such a great review and rating!
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What an insightful review! I like that you mentioned that the author included passages from The Art of Falconry to reflect certain parts of the plot - nice touch.
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Your review makes this book sound very enjoyable, chytach18. I like the entire concept of a historical tale revolving around birds.
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Thank you.
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Thank you for well-written and descriptive review! This sounds like a very interesting book! I might to add this to my to-read list! :)
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Thank you very much. You will not regret it.
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This sounds like a very interesting book! I shall add it to my list. :)

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Sounds like a really clever and unique way to structure a book! Im very intrigued, and I love when Historical Fiction novels include actual texts from the era they are in. Also, the characters sound so interesting!
I’m really impressed to hear that it has no faults and is well edited.Thanks for the review :)

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I hope that this book is available to me. I love this type of storyline. Thanks for a great review.
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This is a well written review although the book does not match my interest. It sounds so fictionalized.
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Post by iamtheregyt_711 »

A very thorough review, such a kind of book that I would love in my library.. Thank you for the bits of the story... It got me hook and sinker..

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I'm not much into historical novels, so I don't think I'd enjoy this book as much. I did like this review though. I think you did a good job outlining the book and piquing interest. Nicely done.
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Great review. I really like how you mentioned that it would be a good read for modern teenagers.

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Thank you for this detailed review. I am very interested in reading this book now. I love stories set in a historical time period and the book layout interests me

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There's something very refreshing about seeing history through the eyes of young characters coming into their own. This is one of them as it not only does so with Andreas but it also sounds like it takes the reader on a journey of their own. Excellent review.
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