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I read. When I say I read I mean that I read a lot. It is not unusual for me to read 5 or 6 books in a week. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amy Parker
The description said the book was listed as being in Good condition. Their description of good, and mine, are completely different. It was extremely used. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lisa H
An avalanche of stories premised on nonsensical mystic conspiracies reaching back millennia and involving every institution and civilization imaginable. Read morePublished 10 months ago by velaphi
I had already bought this book before but lost it during a move and I was very happy to find a copy at an unbeatable price. I will be able to re read this masterpiece for yearsPublished 11 months ago by DimiGuild
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|The Fire, Katherine Neville||
It all leads to the inevitable conclusion: whoever ghost-wrote THE EIGHT should be hired back.
None of Neville's next three novels came even close to the sophistication and narrative clarity of the first book published under her name. And if you found THE FIRE bad, you should see what a mess... Read More
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