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Quick Review: The House of Wael

It again feels rather like cheating to count this as a book I read, being so short, but more important is the fact that it’s not meant to be read on its own. It’s written in an odd style, intentionally confusing, hard to follow, lacking background information and constantly broken up by all those notes appearing even in the middle of sentences, including descriptions apparently pulled right out of the game that aren’t suited for a book. That said, there are some interesting elements, at least enough to make the reader curious, and the discussion about Gods can be said to stand out and make some good points. And the comment about language is spot-on.

Rating: 2/5


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