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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:Well-written, but somewhat lacking, November 8, 2016
by macabremobster2 (Frederick, Colorado)One of the strongest suits of this IF is the very well-written and literate descriptions of things. Unfortunately, this is coupled with a lackluster story. The story itself isn't anything phenomenal or astounding and seems to be just a quickly thrown together framework on which to drape the exquisite tapestry of the writing. The story isn't too bad, no, just nothing outstanding.
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