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Elegy for a Lost Star by Elizabeth Haydon

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AuthorElizabeth Haydon
TitleElegy for a Lost Star
SeriesSymphony of Ages
Volume5
Year2003
GenreFantasy
 
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Submitted by Krimson 
(Jul 10, 2005)

This book in the series though does allow you to get to know the characters more thoroughly, it still leaves many questions unanswered. To be able to sit down and read what is to come is frankly heart stopping. Some of the readers, (Me included) need to know what happens, if you analyze the book you have many, many more questions.
Though the main question that is most likely on everyones mind is, "When will the next book come out?"
Being able to read the book to the end without a break is a perfect example of a A+ reading material. I can't wait to read the next book.
The only problem is that with the next book you come closer to the end of the series. Though great pain it may cause, let 'em come.

My personal thanks to you Ms. Elizabeth Haydon.
"Thank you!"


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Jun 06, 2005)

I TOTALLY enjoyed this book. The characters have grown more complex the longer the series got, and you can practically taste the frustration on Achmed's part as he loves Rhapsody, but has to watch her love Ashe in stead.

These characters are more human than you can imagine in a work of fiction, and fantasy and magic aside, you can draw many parallels between the situations in the book (not the dragon rampaging the country-side) and real life and relationships.

I do not find any fault in this book, and only wish the series would go on, as I think there are so many loose ends in this story - it's beggin for a sequel!




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