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Reem Reda Reda itibaren Kong Rot, Huai Thalaeng District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Tayland itibaren Kong Rot, Huai Thalaeng District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Tayland

Okuyucu Reem Reda Reda itibaren Kong Rot, Huai Thalaeng District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Tayland

Reem Reda Reda itibaren Kong Rot, Huai Thalaeng District, Nakhon Ratchasima, Tayland

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I'm not positive that I read these after high school, but I think I did. They weren't as rivetting for me as the earlier fantasy books I'd read, not sure if it was the historical fiction genre change or what. But I definitely liked them. I don't think I read the other Pendragon books though, just these first 3.

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If it weren't for book club, I never would have gotten through this. For one thing, I do not like magic realism at all so I never fully bought into the power of the main character's clogged nose. I should have realized immediately that this book wouldn't be for me when a review I read on Amazon compared it to 100 Years of Solitude which I also could barely get through. That said, I still give it 2 stars and not 1 because I really felt like it was an accomplishment to finish it. I just wished Rushdie explained more about what was going on in India at the time. I'm not familiar and as a result couldn't understand a lot of what he referred to.

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Best book in the whole series. Can't wait to read midnight sun