Do you have a friend that laughs at his own unfunny jokes? This is like spending an hour with three of those guys. There is nothing insightful or funny about the takes on medicine.
It is a good story. I just assumed that it was a trilogy (day 1, 2 & 3) when I started it. The only way this is a trilogy is if the next book’s plotlines move three times the speed of this book. I’m stuck in enough fantasy series that are going nowhere quickly; I didn’t want to start another one.
I got this book during a sale. It has some fun facts in it that I would have liked the author to expand on. I would not have purchased for the list price, nor would I waste a credit on it.
I found this book lacking any type of intrigue or action. I am a big Star Wars fan, so this book does fill a gap in the story. The performance was good. I liked most of the sound effect and the music. Sometime the crowd noise was distracting.
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Moved the story forward. The characters just go around in circles
Not if the book has a strong female lead. He butchered the female characters in this book
This has everything I look for in a book 2. The recap in the beginning of the book catches you back up. The characters mature and the story evolves. He leaves a lot of loose ends. I can’t wait to see how he ties them all together in the third book.
The stories are good. The story by Neil Gaiman is ok. There is another story set in a world similar to American Gods (not by Gaiman) that is very good. I did not like the abrupt ending to most of the stories. I like stories with ending. Heck, I like stories with epilogues that wrap everything up into a nice neat package. If you like stories that leave you thinking about what happened next, you’ll love this collection.
This book reads like a bad movie on the SYFI Network
“Don’t Know Much About History” was much more informative and entraining.
Do you have a friend that laughs at his own unfunny jokes? This is like spending an hour with three of those guys. There is nothing insightful or funny about the takes on natural history.
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