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Sunday, August 18, 2013
Rain Gun Summer Book Review (Tomoson).
I read Rain Gun Summer, in exchange for honest review from Tomoson. The book was written by John Blackport. I received a paperback version of the book. The book is a thick book, but the scenes move fast.
Also, from what I understand, People have 5 gifts. Each time an individual dies, they lose a gift when they are revived. The people can die five times. The book is also not meant for skimming. You need to read the book or you will miss a scene. I skimmed first to get a gist of the book, but had to start over and slowly read each scene. The book also does not go in chronological order. It does have back scenes.
Now what really stands out about the book is the back pages. The author provides a royal calender, which the book follows; an explanation of currency used in the book; a glossary, and the makers plan. The maker's plan explains the book more in detail.
As I was saying earlier, people are born with five gifts or lives. One life is lost with each death. When they lose their last gift, death is now permanent and they are not brought back to life. Permanently dead people are considered "giftless". When someone dies, they end up at temple, where they are brought back to life and they are protected from all criminal misdeeds, which occurred during the last death.
Also, each chapter starts with a date. The royal calender comes in handy. The calender consists of 19 months with 19 days.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.