Featured Official Review: The Crystilleries of Echoland

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Re: Featured Official Review: The Crystilleries of Echoland

Post by Syson Dolph »

Thanks for the review Christina Rose.The words you chose to write the review make The Crystilleries Of Echoland by Dew Pellucid sound interesting.Fantasy stories are a great read to catch since I as a reader I discover an individual`s thought out fantasies while I read the tale authored.

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Post by Y0landa »

This book sounds truly intriguing. I like the author's interesting idea of being connected through echoes in a parallel world. Thank you for the review! You've got me interested, and I might just listen to it while preparing dinner in the kitchen. Just like the good old days, back to the '50s when the tv radio shows were popular.

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Post by Sarziesarah »

From this review the book sounds interesting but also seemed quite abit similar to the school of good and evil. Since that one was a good book this may be too.
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I really enjoyed this novel too!

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Post by BookPower9 »

Sounds strange such a thing as parallel world. I'm not a fun of any genre. I normally read Non-fiction. But this is interesting book to read. I can include this to my line up. Thanks for the review.

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Post by 1deannajv »

Thank you for the review! I like the premise of there being a parallel world. I'm more of a visual person and would like to read the book instead of listening to the audio book. I'm adding this to my want to read shelf!

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Post by Florence Nalianya »

Congratulationd for this review.The fantasy of two parallel worlds seems very interesting.Though this genre isnt my cup of tea.

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Post by Baigelsxx »

I am currently reading the novel, and I must admit I am surprised by the overwhelmingly inflated reviews. The grammar is off and the details aren’t confusing. I think the premise is great, but I feel as if I’m reading a rough draft. Am I missing something?

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Post by Nyambura Githui »

The idea of parallel worlds is quite fascinating. Sounds like an interesting novel. Great review.

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Post by peter Novler »

I love to hear a book full of action ! I am the type who would still adore listening to an audio book. Your review is an echo of the book! Thank you for such an insight.

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Post by Alex020175 »

What a beautiful story I loved reading it.

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I am always excited about adventures and tales of parallel worlds. The two together bring out a must read plot.For this reason I will look for this book.

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Post by Fairyland1010 »

this book sounds very interesting! I must read this book! Thanks for recommendation.

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Thanks for the review Christina Rose. Through your review entailing the contents of story, you make the story more interesting and intriguing as well due to take the author chose for her story. Hence, I am looking forward to catching up on the story wholly.

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Post by Amy747 »

Wow! I love the unique idea presented in this book and the cover art is beautiful. Im definitely adding this to my shelf.

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