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Jonah

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What does it mean to be sapient?

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Reviewed: 03-09-2019

One of the best, most fulfilling discussions I have ever encountered in a text. Sometimes slow but well worth it for the questions you will ask yourself

Disgustingly out of date

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1 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 10-06-2019

Disgustingly sexists. A real exercise in an 8 year Olds wet dream of a James Bond novel. I cannot stress enough to how poorly women are portrayed in the book, let alone homosexual and transexual people.

fantastic book

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Reviewed: 31-01-2019

It is a fantastic book that leaves you wanting to start the next immediately. It starts a little slow but is well worth jt

An epilogue and a prologue

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Reviewed: 21-01-2019

This book seems to act as a bridge between the inheritance cycle and what is to come. The story (well the three of them) are a bit to short to enjoyed as his other books are though they do leave you interested for what is to come with some suggestive hints here and there.

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Entertaining and uplifting

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Reviewed: 14-01-2019

An entertaining account of a round the world club cricket tour. Middle order collapses are something all great club teams share.