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Symmetry of Sins (New Amazing Nightmare, #1)

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It’s a story about love, but it’s not a love story. It’s a story about destiny, but there’s no Chosen One… or one useful prophecy. It’s a story about good and evil, but those, like beauty, are in the eye of the beholder. Symmetry of Sins is the first volume of a mix-genre fantasy book, the New Amazing Nightmare.


The story of the New Amazing Nightmare follows the protanta
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Published July 6th 2015
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Sep 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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I liked it. A lot. I think I enjoyed the wonderful setting the most. It is incredibly well thought-out, richly described and, what for me is the most important, contains a sense of mystery and awe, making the reader eager to learn more about it. The story itself was also good, even if it felt as a prelude to the real plot. I liked the feeling of multiple gambits and plans interfering with each other and the fact that some of the characters are prophets makes i
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