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The Martyrs: the Generation that Burns
The Martyrs: the Generation that Burns
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Total Views (Chapters): 6,964
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Word Count:221,035
Average Words:2,484
Pages:804
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      Lunarium
      Status: c10
      Dec 4, 2020

      I'm surprised at how little people have read this, this is genuinely a amazingly written novel.

      Neatly written and it portrays the MC and other character very well. 

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      vaexis
      Status: chapter 68: storming camp york
      Jan 1, 2021

      I'll get straight to the point: I love this novel for all of its dark and grizzly themes. However, I just want to post this for anyone wanting to read this that in novel like this, about war, death and a soldier's duty, you have to be mentally prepared.

      I know this is sounding me out to be some wuss but honestly, I think it just shows how impactful the author's writing is. I dropped this novel not because it was bad but because it just made me feel like sh*t. No joke, some of these chapters nearly induced an existential crisis (slight exaggeration, but you get my point) with the questions it raised.

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      Is it right to pull teenagers from all over the country and send them into a dystopian world of death, filled with monsters and the supernatural? Should Commissars really exist? Are they morally... right? At what point does killing people become a want and not a necessity? 

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      Death is very common in this novel. I love it and hate it at the same time. I hope the author receives more attention for it.

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