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|Length: 357 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||
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I got this out of the library on a whim. I put it back on the shelf far more deliberately. Read more
Was a little slow. Wondering how they are going to stretch it into multiple books.Published 19 days ago by Jacob Ruiz
Couldn't get through the first 10 pages. Bought this for my son, didn't even load it on his kindle. Wish I could return it and get my 10 dollars back.Published 1 month ago by Palmerk
I have enjoyed Stephen Baxter for years, and he returns to form with the help of Terry Pratchett. Baxter's genius was revealed in the Manifold series, however he has failed to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. W. Feldman
We read this in my sci fi book club and it got mixed reviews. The main character lacks soul. The only breath of humor comes from his electronic companion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Julie
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|Long Earth kindle price is too friggin high!||
Must admit, I baulked at the price, especially as it is co-authored. I'm a bit wary of the practice as, sometimes, it muddies the better author's work. That said, he is ill and probably the process made things a little easier for him. I will wait a bit and read some reviews before I decide if I'm... Read More
Jun 7, 2012 by HJM | See all 6 posts
|Terry Pratchett meets Baroness Orczy?||
Watch Blackadder, dear. Sir Terry has a lovey habit of weaving in our real history with our TV and does it in his inimitable style. I can only presume you are American.
Jun 7, 2012 by HJM | See all 2 posts