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  • By Stephen Spencer Christian
    Jan 11, 2016
    Ebere was a very easy read and overall moderately enjoyable (probably because of it being so short and easy.) It took a while for any action to start up, with the first two chapters or so being just descriptive. There isn't really a main goal of the story and not really a bad guy (unless you count Jifunza - pretty cold character but not evil I guess.) The lessons weren't really learned. Nothing change about the world around Ebere. Aihelio and Ebere changed roles almost, but none of the other animals really got with the program. Nature just continued as always. Perhaps that is the point of the story, but it wasn't satisfying and felt like the journey was cheap and afraid to break new ground. It wasn't much of a page turner, for there wasn't really anything to look forward to - save for when Aihelio would die. Honestly I was waiting for it. Characters would change moods on a dime, and the whole tale was very rushed feeling. Scenes flew by and most characters were unaffected for very... More > long. At the end of it, again, it felt like I was being cheated out of more content. I wanted nature to change and for Ebere to continue with Aihelio and fight evil, but it simply let me down. I give Ebere a 2 out of 5.< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
Fallon Christian
July 22, 2015
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.33 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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