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Book to critique for new writers
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020
It has good twists in plot. Aimed to appeal more to juevinile readers. Does have grammar and spelled words errors. Repetitive at times with dialogue or known facts. The brothers are clones or told to be. But they are always trying to convince themselves what they believe to be a fact but never learning enough to see all the evidence with open minds. Or grow up to satisfy most older readers. The reader is left to fill in certain holes in the story. Interesting enough, the author put together this story in 30 days as a challenge. It has some good appeal in the magical psi world, different spaceships, aliens, and fight against power hungry beings whom do not value other life forms equally. Some cruelty too. Pretty tame considering the content. It's a harsh world that the brothers crash upon. Some scenes read like a Star Trek tv episode. The ending is okay but not great. Maybe good. I wish I could have enjoyed the ending more or found the young characters more mature. It came across as a coming in age story on some wild adventure tale. Not bad but completely great. Makes it a great story to critique for friends, groups, and new writers.