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book title should be "man enters cave" zero story

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Reviewed: 29-06-2020

You can safely skip this book in the series. the character doesn't really progress at all and there is basically zero story line or characters, the writer has just chucked this together for money it seems. You know a book is bad when the best highlight is the character getting a case of diarrhea.

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may as well skip every secobd chapter

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Reviewed: 25-05-2020

you'll notice all the faked good reviews don't talk about the story at all. This a story of false suspense as everyone lies to the main character causing him unnecessary difficulty. It is like watching a 1970 horror movie screaming "why the hell would you do that". The narrator and brief battles are the only good thing about this book filled with 90% of wasting your time.

Genuinely helpful advice

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Reviewed: 26-04-2020

As a student dietician and self help addict I agree with almost everything this man says. especially his love for Mark Manson's philosophies. 10/10 great book and love that he voiced it himself. I hope I can help give dietetics a better name.

You blundered the main character

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Reviewed: 11-03-2019

i got to the 10hr mark but had to ditch the book after the cringeworthy duel scene. You made Orin more arrogant and manipulative rather than kindly and methodical. This ruined the deep character development from the last book, made the main character unrelatable.

Mark Manson has made my life better

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Reviewed: 13-08-2017

Since adolescense I studied Mark's work to help my social skills. His attitude and methods tick all my boxes and have helped me make myself better. This book embodies that.

great adventure

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Reviewed: 04-01-2017

poses as a fantastic post nuclear war story from an interesting perspective. posing many philosophical questions. loved it

exceptional

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Reviewed: 05-07-2016

cant wait for the last book after this! satiates the want for more of this world but not completely, leaves you wanting for more but in the best way possible.

Engulfing, a work of brilliance.

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Reviewed: 30-06-2016

The book was so good and the reader so captivating that I struggled to turn it off. You feel fully immersed in the story and forget completely that it is being read to you in third person. The story itself holds many emotions leaving you tearing at your own sleeves at times. 10/10 would recommend.

the reader excessively uses useless fluff words

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Reviewed: 23-06-2016

As philosophy is plagued by over complication of simple concepts, this is just a prime example. Dumbest collection of what would be great philosophical thoughts in a non-linear, almost non sensical presentation giving a bad name to academia.

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