She may now rest in peace p51

posted 3rd Jan 2020, 4:30 PM

She may now rest in peace p51
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3rd Jan 2020, 4:30 PM

Naya Grivelli

The journey through medieval Srath Farath is over. I hope you enjoyed every step of this journey and I want to thank you for reading! and for those who just arrived, latest -and last- book starts on page 1760. Bye and thanks, again!

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3rd Jan 2020, 9:09 PM

Dragonrider

An excellent well written story, worth purchase if available in print, Might we hope for a sequel, which has been so carefully set for a segue through modern times and a Vampire hunt to protect humanity.

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5th Jan 2020, 9:36 AM

Naya Grivelli

A big thanks for your comment! In fact there is a book with another war their descendants have to fight, and it's set in modern times. But it's published in Greek -cause that's my mother tongue :) Hopefully one day I ll have it translated too! Thanks again and have a nice week!

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12th Jan 2020, 10:58 AM

Lilli

Thank you for this capturing story. I very much enjoyed reading it. The ups and downs in the second half were well spaced and created a good amount of suspense (just saying this because you seem to apologise for the darker chapters).

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13th Jan 2020, 7:00 PM

Naya Grivelli

You're welcome Lilli! I am glad you enjoyed the story with all those ups and downs. The second part was quite darker, so it was more of a warning than an apology :)

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