3 DIVISION Headquarters, Branches and Services Adjutant and Quarter-Master General: 1 January 1916 - 23 June 1917 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/13
  • 3 DIVISION Headquarters, Branches and Services Adjutant and Quarter-Master General: 1 January 1916 - 23 June 1917 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/13
  • 3 DIVISION Headquarters, Branches and Services Adjutant and Quarter-Master General: 1 January 1916 - 23 June 1917 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/13
ISBN: 147450406X
EAN13: 9781474504065
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 25, 2015
Pages: 976
Dimensions: 2" H x 12" L x 8" W
Weight: 5 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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   Bleak
If I had to describe this series in one word, it would be Bleak. I tried to like Rin, but I couldn't get there. Only in the "Lord of the Rings" movies did I really like a character. I hated the animals, and I hated the constant violence.
 
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   Skip
A weak script, poor character development and a failed plot. It takes a special kind of skill to take a book about large scale war, destruction, famine, gods and genocide and make it uninteresting, McCrackin said. The writing is too full of itself, everything is a ground breaking moment, except that it's not and the author needs to remind us repeatedly that even though it's not, it actually is. His fans are extremely annoying, and he is quite a megalomaniac. But the book's heroine, Charlotte, could have had any nuance at all. The tone of the whole book is like a large, loud tantrum. That didn't stop Mr. Schwab from moving on to other ventures.
 
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   Pretty Ok Ending to a Great Series
There were a lot of great parts to this story, and the author should be commended for doing a great job building secondary characters up quickly, Hughes said. However, I'm not satisfied with the ending. There was a disjointed middle section where few would have expected much payoff. One moment the shamans were all powerful and the next incredibly weak. Imagine, for example, what a better reference book would have been had it been written by Wolford? It got to the point where I would eye roll every time his name was mentioned. This was a great debut trilogy by a young writer.
 
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   Very fitting
Definitely enjoyed the authors writting style, the imagination, the pacing and the characterization, Morgenthau said. Loved the first two installments, but this one was very hit and miss. The original Rindge and the Conchords were all self-loathing and whiney, just got old. I understand the importance of character development, but wow, little. The other characters kept the story rolling, even if they were outnumbered. Lots of other strong personalities that I found unique and interesting, too, he said. The ending was stunning, too. Only in the case of James Bulger would the government allow him to die. Thanks for the great work!!!!!!!!!
 
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