by Adria McKennon
October 12, 2012
4 Stars
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The story Eye of the sword was a great read. The antagonists were evil enough for me to hate them. The protagonists were most of the time smart about what they did. I did find some parts of the book to not be part of my liking though. Sometimes I wanted the story to go a different way. It needed a better ending for sequel. But other than that, the book receives 4 out of 5 stars for its' overall storyline.

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