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Love Tad Williams, always draws me in with great character's, and a interesting story.
I enjoyed the plot, but more importantly I think that he did a great job with making the characters feel real, which really helped me dive into the story.
Some of the characters are uni-dimensional and lack nuance, but Mr. Williams is a great storyteller and knows how to keep the reader engaged.
An okay book, but the character struggles to be different from others without finding his own voice yet. Not sure I want to read the next onePublished 19 days ago by Obiwanky
Bobby Dollar, what's not to love. Too few & too far apart. I'm ready for the next installment right now.Published 1 month ago by Thomas Rhoden
Such a novel concept, judgement of how a life is lived right at the moment of death. Now I have fears I had not considered regarding an afterlife! Very entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JQ
Over all a pretty good book. Wasn't a huge fan of the ending, but it could have gone either way. Very suspenseful in parts and the descriptions really give you a feel for what is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Morgan
I like TW, I really do. But this book, it just goes on and on about 100 pages too long, and the "ending".
If you're familiar with 'The Dresden Files', this will appeal to you. The 'detective' is similar to Jim Butcher's Dresden. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Anonymous
I took this book after having read this author's previous work, so I had some kind of expectation about the style. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ruy
A very interesting and refreshing take on the heaven/hell story. The world that Tad Williams creates is enthralling - I couldn't stop reading once I started the book.Published 3 months ago by Sam