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  • Books of Mortals prologue

    By Jesse.A.Young
    I really enjoyed this read, it gives a good backstory for the Books of Mortals series with Tosca Lee. Helps you understand the story a little more.
  • As it is intended to do

    By Mongrel2014
    This shortie will drag you into the story make you wanting more. Just as it is intended to do.
  • Good but left undone!

    By emg437
    This is a compelling read but ends just as it’s getting interesting. I assume this is the first chapter of a book and I will have to pay to get the remainder. Hence the 3 stars instead of 4.
  • the keeper

    By jeaneneyoy
    very enlightening , interesting Wlll reread when my emotions need to be uplifted .
  • Meh

    By Raynonymous23198
    I guess the plot is decent... but not enough to make me read Forbidden.
  • Ponder

    By CagnaPazza
    Brings you in quickly. Straying in your own thoughts only to reflect the individual meaning in your life & where it might go. Thought provoking. More serious than a Tao of Pooh but still makes you pause & say hmmm
  • Haunting

    By PandoraHopes
    The story is too short. It wets your appetites and leaves you wanting more. It....hmmmm...wakes you up.
  • The Keeper

    By Jay Ray Goober
    Ted Dekker is one of my favorite authors. He never disappoints. This book looks to be a top-notch tale.
  • The keeper

    By Ted Dekker & Tosca Lee
    It was ok I said I understood it but not quite
  • Not bad

    By Someone that likes volcanoes
    The story is mostly dialogue

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