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Reading Reviews for St. Michael Slew the Dragon
5 Reviews Found

Review #1, by bells of the abhorsen Meet John Doe

2nd June 2007:
Intriguing story. I really enjoyed reading it :)

Author's Response: And I'm enjoying all of your reviews.

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Review #2, by bells of the abhorsen Rumors Abound

2nd June 2007:
My only complaint so far has been the length of the chapters, as I want to read more! Again, the way you have begun to spin the plot is done in a very talented manner. You are a natural writer.

Author's Response: Not natural, practiced. There is a small amount of natural talent in there, but most of it is hard work. Thank you so much for letting me know that my hard work has paid off, I enjoy writing this quite a lot. Thank you!

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Review #3, by bells of the abhorsen The Newest Patient

2nd June 2007:
Oooh, I'm getting a sense of one flew over the cuckoo's nest :P. Do you read a lot? You have a talent of mixing well known authors into your story. I find that people who read a lot are often the best authors. You're description continues to lift this plot above some of the others I have seen.

Author's Response: I spend my life reading. Honestly. And One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a favourite of mine-again, thank you for comparing me to such a great work, it means a lot to have someone compare me to a work that I idolize, and I thank you so much for it. You are amazing.

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Review #4, by bells of the abhorsen Abandon All Hope

2nd June 2007:
I'm not sure if you've read James Joyce...but he has the same style of what would usually be seen as mundane description (street names etc) which somehow add to the story and just make it seem more real. Joyce is a hard style to pull off, and I think you've managed it without trying :). Awesome beginning :)

Author's Response: I am indeed, a huge Joyce fan, and hearing that is an amazing compliment. I was actually aiming more for Becket (which is almost the same thing, the two influenced each other) but to hear myself compared to a great like Joyce is an amazing compliment, thank you so much for that!

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Review #5, by nikisasilverrain Meet John Doe

10th May 2007:
aaah... *sigh.* I love non-conventional HP stories, the ones written from a diferent perspective, a different way of viewing and telling the stories. beautiful.
(p.s. i'm here as thanks for reviewing my story. I love finding new favorite authors this way!!!)10/10 --- which i rarely give, so feel special!

Author's Response: Thank you very much!

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