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The stones, their potential powers and holders made for a lot of very cool possibilities. The author has been able to piece together some history, philosophy, religion, fantasy and other exciting topics to create a world which is easily manipulated so as to keep the reader guessing.. This was the best part of the book.
The editing, story line, characters, foreshadowing, everything was just great and expertly achieved. Stong points for formatting and editing as well. This is a book which you would expect to be published by a large publishing house as it definitely has potential to have a strong following. At a buck or two give it a read.
I found that it actually had too much information, something I call filler info, and if the editor would force this author to cut it down then this would easily become something great.
The story however is fun and entertaining and that is the ultimate goal of every author to bring an escape to the reader. Were there plot holes? Yes. Were there some parts with wooden dialogue? Yes. But...were the characters well developed? Yes. Was the story interesting and captivating? Yes.
I had one issue that stood out the most and that was the father telling his son what actually happened to his mom all those years ago. The son had no emotional response until chapters later. If the author had grafted the emotions that came out later to when it was finally revealed then it would have been more powerful. It fell flat and haunted me throughout the book unfortunately.
I give Stones Data a 4 star none-the-less...Well done!
The food is this book sounded so appetizing i kept looking each meal up.
As far as action goes - first five times of "or my ... they killed Kenny" is somewhat believable - the fifteenth time is probably overboard.
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