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Apr. 7th, 2013 (UTC)

I think you should consider writing a comparable series for teenagers. I have read all four books and discussed them with my 13 year old grandson. He would like to read them; he has enjoyed the Riordan, Stroud, and Paoline series and so have I. We each read the books in our homes states then have a "bookclub" on the phone. He loves history and would understand most of the references in your books,though we were interested to find direwolves lived only in the Americas. (we googled). However, with every villiger being pillaged at least three times in each book and nearly every woman being raped so constantly that it must be a "ho-hum" experience for them by now, he is not going to read these books at 13. Think about it.

I will read the 5th and following books. It is not lost on me that I have read four books and most of the main characters are still only around 14.

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