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Dreams of the Immortal Paperback – July 24, 2012
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Top customer reviews
1) This is a really, really good story.
2) Without some editing, this is a really, really poor book.
I won't go into too many details regarding the story, as I'd like to avoid spoilers, but this is absolutely a 5-star story. The reason for the two-star review is the editorial state of this book - or lack thereof. This book is riddled with mistakes of all shapes and sizes, from the constant "Your" vs. "You're" mistakes and other incorrect homophones, to sentences that don't make grammatical sense (presumably because the author chose to rephrase a sentence and ended up leaving some words in from the old version), to "jerky" paragraphs and transitions, everything about this book is begging to be edited.
If you are tolerant of the sort of mistakes described in the previous paragraph, I would strongly recommend you read this book - I'm sure you'll enjoy it. If, like me, you find that such mistakes interfere with your reading flow, do yourself a favor and wait for an edited version. If and when such a version comes out, I will be happy to bump my rating up to five stars.
However, there are several sloppy mistakes in the text that jerked me out of the narrative flow. The author repeatedly misuses "you're/your" and "they're/their/there" plus some sentences are almost incomprehensible because words were added without deleting the previous thoughts. Overall, this novel is a good first work, but it needs some editing to tighten the writing style and remove basic errors. I hope to see more creative endeavors from the author.