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Engaging the whole way

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Reviewed: 22-02-2017

A clever story set in a beautiful universe. This might be my favourite world and magic.

It's so balanced.

An intelligent read

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Reviewed: 21-07-2016

I feel every aspect of this book could be a believable future. It feels possible and logical. Every character was interesting. I look forward to future install men's from Mr Moss.

Great Story.

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Reviewed: 16-06-2016

A good read but I feel the author missed a few more opportunities to use the word "moot"

Maybe there will be more in the next 😉

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great story...

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Reviewed: 15-03-2016

The narrator lacks real emotion and some key scenes are lost in it. Otherwise the story is in top form.

Good read

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Reviewed: 26-02-2016

I found this while searching for something to fill the void The name of the wind left in me.

Solid read but the narrator didn't have as much depth that I have experienced so far in other books.

Off to start part 2.

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Trilogy...

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Reviewed: 26-11-2015

Never have I feared a third book so much. In most cases I have hotly awaited to read what would happens next but with the Kingkiller Chronicles I do not want it to end.

I am so invested in these well written characters it feels like I will miss them if this all ends with a third book.

I just sit here hanging onto a quote from Rothfuss stating that the third book will end this arc, implying to me that there is more to come after these 3 days.

Here's hoping.

This series is a must read for anyone.

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Stella narration!

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Reviewed: 27-10-2015

This great story is brought to life by one of the best narrations I have heard so far. You will absolutely lose yourself in this story. Each character is intriguing and unique. I shudder to think that this is only a trilogy as I will surely mourn and miss these characters if the series ends. The author could easily draw this out over many books.

Great narrator

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Reviewed: 19-10-2015

Good story... Worth your time. Thanks to R. C. Bray and his great efforts to convey the story.

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Intelligent writing.

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Reviewed: 08-10-2015

A good read with a solid story. The lead characters are strong and realistic. A lot of topics and tackled and raise interesting debates. I will surely be looking for another series by the same author.

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The narration gets grating.

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 22-07-2014

What did you like most about Die Trying?

Lee Child does another Jack Reacher story. If you like Jack Reacher, you will like this book. It's as simple as that.

What did you like best about this story?

Detailed descriptions of the world around him. Sucks you in and gives you insight without having to reference/research to everything he is talking about.

Would you be willing to try another one of Johnathan McClain’s performances?

Not really... His accents are great, but he insists on, "he said" "she said", all the time. If he is doing distinct and defined voices for each character he does not need to do this but does and it's very jarring.

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