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Endgame is a really fast paced and interesting story that read very quickly.
In addition to the awkward, lifeless writing with its short bland sentences, the characters feel more like game pieces than actual people.
This is just my opinion though and I do know a few people who loved the way it was written so please give it a shot you might like it.
Excellent, intriguing & fast paced. Very enjoyable. I can't wait for the sequel.Published 9 days ago by D
There is a problem with the Kindle version of this book... not all of the words are shown. I'm not talking about pictures or special symbols; I'm talking about actual words in the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Love James Frey, he helped me so much understanding addiction in his first book A Million Little Pieces. May God continue to bless you and your family James.Published 26 days ago by Joanne
While I did enjoy the over all story and concept of the puzzle in the story, the writing just wasn't done in a way that I enjoyed. Short and abrupt sentences are just not my thingPublished 28 days ago by Jasmyn9
3-1/2 stars but rounding up. The Calling reminds me of a combination of The Hunger Games (Suzanne Collins) and I Am Number Four (Pittacus Lore). Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Walker
An end of the world fight for survival that leaves you wanting more.
I'm not sure what puzzles can be solved with this book but the story is more than worth it.
OK, here's the deal. As books go, this one's just OK. It's written a little strangely, and this is partially due to the fact that many, many clues are hidden within the book for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aggie Girl