Cordenne Brewster

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  • Dangerous on Jan. 31, 2012
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    There are few grammatical errors but overall the book was great! Halfway through the book I was like eh, I'll give it four and half stars but by the end I changed my mind. This book has all the "elements" of a good fiction story: romance, suspence, and some adventure. Its base on a girl named Ria and her family is pure. Its kind of like Harry Potter. If both your parents are wizard you are pure-bred. If only one or none you are a mud-blood or mutt. If you aren't a wizard at all your a muggle. The entire system is based on social status but except this is supernatural powers. One of Ria's "friends" is a shall we say muggle and she hates him for it and other characteristics. But soon something impossible happens and she becomes closer to him, way closer. PROS: Language is not forced. It is casual and I like that because it makes it seem more real. CONS: There are many noticeable grammatical erros which makes it hard at times to read but its really the content of the book that counts right?
  • Dangerous on Jan. 31, 2012

    There are few grammatical errors but overall the book was great! Halfway through the book I was like eh, I'll give it four and half stars but by the end I changed my mind. This book has all the "elements" of a good fiction story: romance, suspence, and some adventure. Its base on a girl named Ria and her family is pure. Its kind of like Harry Potter. If both your parents are wizard you are pure-bred. If only one or none you are a mud-blood or mutt. If you aren't a wizard at all your a muggle. The entire system is based on social status but except this is supernatural powers. One of Ria's "friends" is a shall we say muggle and she hates him for it and other characteristics. But soon something impossible happens and she becomes closer to him, way closer. PROS: Language is not forced. It is casual and I like that because it makes it seem more real. CONS: There are many noticeable grammatical erros which makes it hard at times to read but its really the content of the book that counts right?