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And too many grammar and punctuation errors.
Do not even get me started about how there are absolutely no page breaks or distinctive chapters in this book (at least not in the kindle version).
There is simply too much description from the author and over analysis from the characters and not enough genuine action in the story.
Liked the constant uncertainty. The characters were nicely defined and the plot line evolved well. I enjoyed a book that ends on a high note.Published 1 month ago by Aero11
Good read about the fear of excellence and growth in human kind. I think the editing suffered a bit towards the end.Published 5 months ago by Laurina Ward
I thought this book was fun to read. It started out kind of bizarre but all was explained and then made sense. I would recommend it.Published 9 months ago by Hard Sci-Fi Guy
RJ Palmer's "Birthright" contains the elements of a decent story, but the poor quality of the writing inhibits much of the enjoyment. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
The book takes a while to get into. Sometimes the scene building is excessively long. Overall a decent book to read.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
The basic story is a good one. I have only one suggestion. Use fewer words! It really takes a page and a half for a woman to turn around and look at someone? Read morePublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
Well if you are a fan of paranormal misteries, I would recommend this book. Starts of a bit borring, but things starts to happen wery quickly and the it's immposible to put down!Published 15 months ago by Suzana
Obviously the author did not bother to read the Kindle guidelines before uploading this novel. The lack of spaces between paragraphs or even an indention at the beginning of each... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Maria Miller, Author
I must first say, in my opinion, that this book could have been written with thirty percent of the words used. I really struggled through the words, sentences, and paragraphs. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Miles Henri Sumner