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Title : Rihannsu Book 3 : Swordhunt
Writers : Diane Duane
Year : 2000
Rating : 2.5000 for 2 reviewsAdd your own review
Reviewer : Moonprince Rating : 3
Review : I was turned onto the Rihannsu series by a friend of mine. Told me that I would not regret it and if I could I needed to get my hands on all four books. Well I listned to her. Did something I had never done till then, ordered them on Amazon because I couldn't get them local. I have to say I have never regreted getting them. While Swordhunt isnt as good as the two books before, the story is decent and the characters are true to what Rihannsu should be.
Reviewer : Ktasay Rating : 2
Review : Being the third book in the Rihannsu series it does follow the previous two, however unlike the others this one can't stand on it's own - the whole book is just building toward a climax that is 'to be continued'. Without the next book(s) in the series this one is just an unfinished story.
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