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A book for children
Reviewed in Australia on 17 September 2020
I'm 35 and enjoy reading fiction that has at least some kind of connection with reality, society or science. I had a few friends tell me how good this book is, but before fully trusting them, I should have considered that they are people who also enjoy reading biographies.
This book is consisted of 2 chapters, the first one being around 40 pages and the second is the remainder of the book. I had trouble staying interested in the book throughout the first chapter but had decided to finish reading it.The second chapter did have my attention but the end was such of a letdown, the whole book reminded me of a cheap telenovela.
This book could've been much better if it was written as short children's story, no more than 40 pages, as I believe someone with common sense and intellect is not interested in "Omens" and "Personal Legends"(The book's term for destiny).
Unless this book has been gifted to you or you pick it up from the library, in my opinion it is not worth buying it.