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Craig McSpellcheck

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The cabbages gag.. Go avitar.

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Reviewed: 13-10-2020

Brilliant. Although I was hoping for more of a presence from the last book, this was as satisfying

One of the best

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Reviewed: 27-09-2020

I admit i hated the first 20mins. Nearly gave up BUT OMG THE REST OF IT WAS DnD Genius! The ending was fun and had me laughing. Do it. Download.

F#@&ing brilliant

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Reviewed: 20-09-2020

Some books are clever entertaining ideas well written to entertain. This however felt very diffrent. Have you ever seen celtic art work. It's the same knot, over and over again. By itself unremarkable.. But when you step back and see how one knot becomes allmost fractal in beauty. Not only does it become more than a knot, its art, but you are also left marveling at the subtle and f@#&ing intence craftsmanship that goes into such a peace. This book is just like that, it's the same story of a small town told over and over again that pulls you in with the details then makes you step back and look at how it's all winding together... As a mystery? As a tragedy? As tale of brutally simple truiths about life? This book is not well written. It's f#&kn crafted... out of out granite...and the ending...omfg.... will stay suck in your mind for days afterwards.

Best book yet

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Reviewed: 12-09-2020

I had 2 chapters to go but could not bear it to end. I've never done this with a book before. I skipped back 10 chapters and listened to them again just to make it last longer. I allways worry after a break from a series that I won't be able to get back into it again because my memory is so crap. First 10 mins the narration and voice acting had me feeling like I was home... Brilliant.

a different journey

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Reviewed: 16-07-2020

this surprised me because it felt different from his last book's. it feels like it's definitely setting up something bigger for next time with what felt like a series of short stories woven together. that being said it was still wonderful to listen to and get taken away into Fred's world.

Wtf?!

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Reviewed: 17-02-2020

Arrrrgh! Omg i can't say anything without spoiling it. Just read the dam book and dont miss the bloopers at the end.

Still good.

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Reviewed: 23-01-2020

Took a bit longer for me to get into but there is a bigher plot on the grow here. Plot twists i did not see coming, and a continuation on developing boxy in new ways i was not expecting. Cant wait for the next one.

A classic

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Reviewed: 02-01-2020

If you love a zombie novel then this has all the ingredients you need to sit back and enjoy. Read exceptionally well. Funny. Gross. Scarey.

My choice for book of the melenium

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Reviewed: 01-01-2020

Dam. Not sure i could have made that decision. This should be a must read for my students. Historicaly relevant and a dam good story. Well written and read. I will listen to this more than once.

Best Wookey impression from the narrator

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Reviewed: 16-12-2019

Id listen to it again just to hear the narrators rip the meanest Wookey ggrrrrooowwwlll.