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He Who Was Living - A Dystopian Journey (The Ishtato Saga Book 2) Kindle Edition
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As one may suspect, not all is how it appears. The reader feels empathy for "Hawk" after some of her memories start to return.
The descriptions in this book (flora and fauna) are incredible. The questions posed to Hawk and her answers will make the reader wonder why they are being asked...
Most highly recommended.
It saddens me when a good writer goes for the money and flips readers the bird like this. Instead of having the integrity to write a second saga she sold you on with the first book she tossed out a good but mega shirt pile of steamy....you know what I'm talking about.
I can't give a rip off like this five stars. I wish there was a WTF!!!!! rating, if use the he'll out of that!
This little tiny novella was good... for a tiny novella. I'll accept the rip off and buy the next sago, aka tiny assed novella. I need answers to what started out so well!!?
Would I ever purchase another book this writer is pumping in the worst way, like Aquarias Awakens, or something like that? Oh HE'LL NO!!!!
So Ms. She's thank God Margaret Mitchell wasn't afraid to write a master peice! She could have been like you and sold out for the money tiny novellas could have brought her! Shame on you!!! I won't be telling my friends to buy your books! Not even nephew who's a buyer for a huge chain of book stores. You my dear are a theif!