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Please label the chapters

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Reviewed: 14-09-2019

Considering the amount of work poured into this masterpiece, it’s quite disappointing to see that the chapters were not labelled at all.

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Very matter of factly

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Reviewed: 23-08-2019

Informative, best option while waiting for Mindhunter S3.

Gruesome, but tackles the importance of having the maturity to parent someone in their formative years.

For people who think they have criminal tendencies (not me) and are finding ways to stop themselves.

Like the perfect steak melting in your mouth!

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Reviewed: 26-03-2019

Benjamin Stevenson’s writing is phenomenal. The elements of his storytelling is superb. He has intricately dissected his characters making sure that they would deliver something astonishing in the story.

Rupert Degas as always owned the book as his own. It made me feel that Kvothe became a wrongful convictions journalist under Jack Quick’s personality.