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Review Grumpy Old Wizards

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by Bookangel, September 9, 2016.

  1. Bookangel

    Bookangel Administrator Staff Member

    Grumpy Old Wizards

    Teen and young adult readers might enjoy it. It is an interesting example of the paranormal genre, with an original and unique world

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    Last edited: September 11, 2016
  2. rz3300

    rz3300 Member

    Well I am not really one for the paranormal genre, although hearing that it has an "original and unique world" is pretty intriguing to think about. I think I am also passed the young adult phases, at least I hope so at my age, but I still think that there might be some potential here. I will have to look a little more into it.
  3. djbook

    djbook Member Scribe

    Seems like an interesting read. I just went through its preview on Amazon as well. Looks like I need to read Josephine's intriguing story. The writing seems thorough too. And the book has 400 positive reviews which tells me I am in good company.
  4. jessica

    jessica Citizen of Logres

    I've read it :( . It really isn't that good a book. The plot is kind of predictable and the characters are bland. It's kind of like the author thinks eighty-year-olds think like teenagers.
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  5. djbook

    djbook Member Scribe

    Lol. Well in that case, I am gonna pass. Thanks for the heads up :)
  6. skye

    skye Member

    This had some good ideas, and it was not a bad book. It simply is not one I would go back to.

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