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To Cast a Stone (The Goddess Redemption Series, #1)

by Kelli Lockheart

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Personally speaking I enjoy all types of books and stories. This one caught my attention as one I might enjoy, but I didn't purchase it until the author asked me to read and review the third book in the series. I enjoyed the Greek mythology concept of the story and the uniqueness of Artemis being the creator of shapeshifters so that she and Orion could hunt them. I feel that the author has great potential, but the story was at times confusing and would also benefit from further editing to clean up word usage. ( )
  Debra_Burge | Apr 24, 2015 |
Personally speaking I enjoy all types of books and stories. This one caught my attention as one I might enjoy, but I didn't purchase it until the author asked me to read and review the third book in the series. I enjoyed the Greek mythology concept of the story and the uniqueness of Artemis being the creator of shapeshifters so that she and Orion could hunt them. I feel that the author has great potential, but the story was at times confusing and would also benefit from further editing to clean up word usage. ( )
  Debra_Burge | Apr 24, 2015 |
Personally speaking I enjoy all types of books and stories. This one caught my attention as one I might enjoy, but I didn't purchase it until the author asked me to read and review the third book in the series. I enjoyed the Greek mythology concept of the story and the uniqueness of Artemis being the creator of shapeshifters so that she and Orion could hunt them. I feel that the author has great potential, but the story was at times confusing and would also benefit from further editing to clean up word usage. ( )
  Debra_Burge | Apr 24, 2015 |
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