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the shouting was a bit much.

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Reviewed: 13-09-2020

overall I liked it..good story, not just bolter porn thank god, but like ..this narrator goes off on the shouting. Calgar must be entirely deaf with that inside voice.

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hope the next one is along sooner than later

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Reviewed: 09-09-2020

was well written, like all Abnett, but it still irks.me they released number 13 and 14 before going in the order in order publication..bloody stupid.

I loved it.

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Reviewed: 09-08-2020

super spooky gory cult craziness and paranoia made this a really great take on horror in the 41st millenium. honestly, this was just a great horror story full stop. and lore friendly tidbits were great!

A middle aged mormon sci fi nerd's wet dream?

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1 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 07-08-2020

What was this nonsense. I mean. wow this is bad. Had a promising open and then it's just weird jarring nonsense for the sake of it. delta force and wonder pooch take on the baddies and moralise their way through the tenderloin like they read about it in a comic. It's almost like Koontz not so subtly dedicated this to rugged misogynists worldwide.

Dean Koontz wrote a black character jiving about the pains of being a brother, like an awkward tactless tonedeaf centre dem larping as a black cop hunting baboon bigfoot.

Basically I'm disappointed I don't have the paperback because at least I could clean myself after passing faeces. there could be some kind of redemption for the text in that scenario. but not now

Watchers made me more stupid.

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big man

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Reviewed: 22-04-2020

I once met Limmy at a charity dinner, he was surprisingly down to earth, and every funny.