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Geek Fantasy Novel by E. Archer
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Mar 20, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: action, fairy-tales, humorous, fantasy, tween

This is another case of a great cover and a mediocre book. I had such high hopes. But the meta element of the author inserting himself into the book was lame and inconsistent. I don't have a problem with an author inserting himself into the book if it's well done. But in this case, it wasn't well done. I didn't understand why wishes brought people into adventures in a constructed fairy tale world. It doesn't seem to make sense. Why make a wish if the risk is real but there's no actual consequence on the real world? Again, I don't mind re-imaginings of real folklore if it makes sense, but in this case it didn't make sense to me. This book just left me with an overwhelming sense of meh.

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