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A History of the Study of The Respiratory System of The Sea Serpent
- This book is all but impossible to understand because of having an author that was apparently suffering from a chemical dependency. After a considerable effort to figure out what the book is actually trying to saying, one will find it is reasonably useful. Perusing the book reveals that the contents have moments of intriguing originality.
The Great Heretics of the Ruler Gods
- This book is of average clarity. With a bit of reading, it will be revealed that it is reasonably useful. Perusing the book reveals that that the majority of the contents were obviously taken from someone else's work
A Revised Tutorial on the Covert Use of the Crossbow
- This book is hard to understand due to the bad illustrations. If someone makes an effort to read it, they will find it is extremely informative. Delighftully, the ideas within make you see things differently.
The Practice of Classic Transfiguration
- This book is easy to understand thanks to the good references. A short look at the book will show that it is extremely informative. Unfortunately, the contents are original.
The Moon Goddesses' Rituals
- This book is practacally incomprehensible because of a complete lack of any kind of useful references. If, by chance or skill, someone can unriddle the book, that person will find it has a lot useful information. Sadly, that the majority contents were obviously taken from a few other works
A Tutorial of Innovative Thamaturgy
- This book is quite clear mostly due to the good diagrams. It's easy to determine that it has little useful information.
The Empire's Foreign Chronicles
- This book is muddled beyond belief thanks to terrible diagrams. If someone somehow manages to make sense of it, they will find it is reasonably useful. After some reading, it is apparent that the contents are not very original.
- Examining the book, one will find: Bookmarks that show no pattern in their location.
- This book is clear thanks to the excellent, well-planned chapters that help a reader deal with a meandering writing style. Perusing it will show that it has little useful information. At least the contents have moments of intriguing originality.
The Muscular System of The Ettin
- This book is muddled beyond belief because of having an author that was apparently suffering from mental illness. If one miraculously managed to understand the book's contents, that person will find it has little useful information. The suffering reader will discover, with time, that the contents are less than original.
The Frontiers' Legendary Economic Revolutions
- This book is very easy to understand mostly due to wonderful organization. The book's well-done nature allows one to easily find that it has no useful information. To make things worse, one will eventually discover that the contents show some plagarism.