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Wonderfully wrought and presented, British humour

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Reviewed: 05-09-2020

I used to wish I qualified for Hogwartz Now that I'm all grown up I want to join the Time Police

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exceptional

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Reviewed: 13-05-2020

I read this series 15 years ago. It has lost nothing in the translation. Brilliant!

breath taking

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Reviewed: 28-03-2020

a series of 2 books that leaves you being for a third as humanity dives into section 64, of course your going to publish another one

Wow!

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Reviewed: 27-07-2019

Great story and flawless narration. I certainly hope there is a sequel, I'll just slip into the future...

Eloquent with laugh out loud humour.

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Reviewed: 22-06-2019

I loved every minute of Bill Bryson's own story of growing up in the 50s in rural America. A wonderful insight into the decade when post war technology changed the world

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The second book is better than the first

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Reviewed: 16-06-2019

So I eagerly look forward to the third book. A huge tale full of humour

Fabulous

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Reviewed: 09-06-2019

A first class adventure with humour. R.C. Bray delivered another great performance. I'm diving straight into book 2

Fantastic

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Reviewed: 27-05-2019

the mind behind this saga scares me a little he's not from here he's from the bobiverse and I think he's inviting us in...

Engulfed by a space opera

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Reviewed: 17-05-2019

once started there is only one way out of this epic and that is through the last word of the the third book its a long and at times exhausting journey built on such a depth of detail and imagination that its tempting to start again just to hear what I missed the first time round, especially after becoming very familiar with the narrator's precise and at times nearly robotic narration and his character voices. But not yet. I will need to reset . The story, characters and the authors skillful use of the English language and the very sutble humour were everything I need for a great alien invasion saga, and dog fights at relativistic speeds and sub space travel and artificial intelligence, and new technologies and cures... its going to take a couple of days to get over it

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