Thank you, Alexandra! Sorry it was so hard for you to get a copy.
On Jun 8, 2012, at 2:34 AM, Alexandra wrote:
> *nods energetically* It was a GREAT read.
> Me... I read it all in one sit. Well there were some unavoidable stops,
> some things just need to be done... But appart from those, I started and
> just kept on reading. It's my favourite way to read books, with as little
> interruption as possible. This of course means, that you mostly retain the
> key points of the plot but not so much the small details. Which is great
> because after some months I can read it again and catch on new things. But
> it also means I can�t give a detailed review/opinion,
> I liked books 4 and 5 but I like better this one. I just turned page after
> page after page... until there was no more and I was all sad because I
> wanted more. I was happy to see Seregil and Alec back in their double city
> life, bad circumstances, but still not AS bad as previous books. Poor guys
> I love them too much to not wish them some better times!
> Oh, BTW BULLY for Amazon Spain. A) No preorder B) Kindle edition not
> available for europe Amazons. I COULD have worked around it but I will NOT
> complicate my life to spend money on people who clearly doesn�t wants it.
> So my congratulations and thanks to them for saving me some money. But it
> also means one sale less for Lynn, and that's just unfair (this subject
> came up before, so probably it's not just only one sale).
> Anyway, what I really want to say.
> THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for another great book Lynn!
> I really can�t say how much I appreciate the hours of nice entertainment.
> With the world going downhill in all possible ways (and my country being
> one of the worse). A nice fat break from reality is more welcome than I
> could ever explain. SO, once again, THANK YOU!
> On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 11:03 PM, Nicky <ckfreakz@...> wrote:
> > **
> > Wow, I just finished Casket of Souls!
> > ********Some Spoilers below!***********
> > I didn't want to rush through and read it all in a days time so I took my
> > time and read when I could in my spare time. All I can say is WOW. Towards
> > the end I ended up reading a LOT more at a time and it became increasingly
> > more difficult to put the book down.
> > Well done Lynn! I was totally engrossed in the plot and the new characters
> > were positively charming. Especially Atre! :) His persona leapt from the
> > page and made me want to know more and read more about him just as he
> > enchanted the other characters in the book.
> > I also thought that this book had a good balance of all the characters in
> > their roles. I know some reviews before stated that they wanted to hear
> > more about Beka and Nyal, or Micum, Thero, etc. I think there was a
> > wonderful balance between them all and it wasn't boring. I would usually
> > skip through chapters in some of the previous books with certain characters
> > I wasn't as entertained with. Not with this one. I wanted to know just as
> > much about them as Seregil and Alec.
> > I loved the plot. It was unlike any other book I have read which is a
> > refreshing thing to a reader. It wasn't what I was expecting either from
> > the previous snippets that I had read before the book had been released. So
> > that was another surprise.
> > In the end the only thing I was somewhat disappointed in was that Seregil
> > didn't get to have a wonderfully detailed fight scene with Atre! I was
> > yelling for Seregil the whole time, and was a little sad that he ended up
> > fighting Brader instead. Though I realized that perhaps Atre may not be as
> > adept a swordsman? So perhaps that was the reason. Either way I feel like
> > they would have been quite a match for each other seeing as they are quite
> > similar in certain aspects. I guess I just wanted to envision two
> > handsomely charming characters with such talent and quickness trying to
> > outsmart one another. Ah well...I digress!
> > I was also very touched by the emotions Alec had for all of the children.
> > I even teared up when Illia caught the sickness. I really wasn't expecting
> > that!
> > All in all a wonderful book to read. Very close style wise to the first
> > two Nightrunner books. Brought back many memories, and I can't wait to read
> > the final (sad day :*( ) one!
> > Thanks again Lynn!
> > Nicky
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