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Very interesting and a good story line.
I would have liked less of this tedious detail relating to minor character, but I do see this helps establish the diversity of Anvil of Tears' universe.
As said above...this book starts off slow but once the introductions have been made, the pace picks up and the book becomes a real page turner.
Well Written story that will keep you looking around the next corner for what comes next, hard to put down, leaves you wanting the rest of the series. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kevin
Anvil of Tears by Erica Lindquist and Aron Christensen
This is a tale of civilization lost and survivors guilt. Read more
Really nice story line, interesting characters and I especially liked the way the present story is interrupted by past happenings for each of the characters involved, allowing us... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Andreea Pausan
The author deserves much credit for bringing together some great use of language with some great storytelling. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Paul Benoit
The characters were interesting especially the ones on the Blue Phoenix. The bounty hunter was not exactly as expected. The tin man had a heart after all. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Denise Main
Anvil of tear started out slow and somewhat confused but got better as it went along. As the story developed my interest grew. Read morePublished 7 months ago by cheryl denkins
As another reviewer has noted, the book starts a little slow, but it was
compelling enough to keep me reading and I won't keep reading if it's not interesting. Read more