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Igor Ljubuncic is a physicist by vocation and a Linux geek by profession. He is the founder and operator of the website dedoimedo.com, where you can learn a lot about a lot. Before dabbling in operating systems, Igor worked in the medical hi-tech industry as a scientist. He really likes to write, particularly in the fantasy genre, and has been doing so since the tender age of ten summers. You can learn more about Igor's writing on his book series website, thelostwordsbooks.com.
By the end, you'll feel like you took a crash course in military strategy, political conniving, and the futility of trying to stop humans from going to war. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeffrey Fialkowski Jr.
After reading The Betrayed I could not wait to start reading The Broken.
Again a very thrilling book, witch I read ad a very fast speed. Read more
Writing this review without spoilers may have been the most difficult literary feat I have preformed in months. Read morePublished 7 months ago by NictraSavios
The story, like the previous book was good & believable, might be a bit long for some people, as it can be difficult to remember the developments in all the sub-plots. Read morePublished 12 months ago by R
I’d started reading the second book of the series with some trepidation – first one was good enough for newcomer, but the second attempt is always a difficult one. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anatoly Meller
I'll start this off by apologizing to Dedoimedo for not reviewing this sooner. Also, warning : might contain some spoilers. Read morePublished 16 months ago by vinster171
This one is far much better than volume I. The style of the author reminds me Roger Zelazny's. That book is a very good read.Published 20 months ago by Poulichet Alain
I enjoyed The Lost Words volumes 1 & 2 with their rich interweaving sets of story lines. I thought the quality of writing in volume 1 started off a little rough, but then soon got... Read morePublished 20 months ago by tod
This is a good read. I like the story lines that were started in the first book of this series “The Betrayed” and that have continued into this one (albeit later than expected). Read morePublished 20 months ago by Christopher Ledbetter