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With that being said, the ending was still very satisfying and I am sure to read the next book. Highlights : Everything!
Ann used to say that life is a constant battle between faith and chance. That by giving us free will, the creator also gave us chance. It will never be you, Nick. The game is in your blood. Oh, and Nick? You really do have a hard time staying in one piece. Final Thoughts : This is a bizarre, entertaining and fantastic book to read, I truly enjoyed reading it. I am an avid reader, coffee addict, a writer and a blogger.
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I am a bit of agoraphobic people scare me, lol. Me and my hubby love to spend every moment together, we even game together. I live mostly in my own imaginary world full of dragons, magic and vampires and from time to time I pull myself away to deal with the real world. Nice review! Like Liked by 1 person. Like Like.
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Does nothing for the hunger, though. He was right on the money. Just blood. How we can eat and eat and eat, but the blood just sends the food packing. Talk about having something go right through you. Author Bio and Links:. After 18 years of marriage, Brian and Juliet Freyermuth decided to try something crazy; write a book together. She has been writing ever since. Her writing took a new direction when she enrolled in journalism and met amazing people.
I should have known I would end up here Give me a good book and I'm in heaven.