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Seayeaitch

Bath, United Kingdom
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A tremendous read/listen.....

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Reviewed: 24-09-19

A very enjoyable fact filled listen that should be read by all that have an interest in our history and political development. It’s an English trait to decry and rubbish our past and this book goes some way to set the record straight and for us to be proud as a nation through a better understanding of our past.

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WARNING: Once started,you won’t want to put this down

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Reviewed: 18-09-19

Stephen King brings us up to date with this Fantasy novel, everything that we have come to expect from the Master story writer.
Santino Fontana brings the book to life with his excellent narrative skills demonstrating a massive range of American accents and dialogues.
The plot and story line whilst a fantasy is made all the more interesting in that it has many shades of believability and this is the mark of a great story, I enjoyed every minute, it plays on the readers emotions providing a great and enjoyable experience.

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Stephen Kings Masterpiece.

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Reviewed: 09-09-19

A story within many stories, an epic journey that brings together many characters from the world of Stephen King, enjoy the journey skilfully narrated by George Guildall who manages to bring the characters to life, setting the pace and delivering superbly. A story that touches every emotion but be warned if you have already completed the series to date then you still have more marathons to complete.

Something different that will make you think...

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Reviewed: 06-09-19

This story is quite different from Robert Harris and adds another dimension to the Master story tellers range. The narration delivered by Roy McMillan is absolutely superb, he conjures up the mood and pace and establishes Christopher Fairfax as a character that we need to hear from in the future.
A beautifully written story that will make the reader or listener think about the world and the way that we are all evolving.

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Awesome, magnificent and unstoppable..

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Reviewed: 31-08-19

The synergy between Stephen King and George Guildhall is unique the master story writer and the master teller combine in such a way that the listener is transported to another dimension the linkage to other novels from King combines to make the Dark Tower a masterpiece.

Words cant describe......

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Reviewed: 28-08-19

This novel takes the listener on a journey, the narration brings the story alive, this series from Stephen King is a masterpiece that you will not want to end, absolutely brilliant, thanks Mr King.

Brilliant story from the Master.

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Reviewed: 01-08-19

Definitely different, but Stephen King knows how to get your interest and keep you wondering right to the end.
What did I like about the Story?
From the very start , which in its self is quite unusual I tried to fathom out how such a theme could be weaved into a story, but Stephen King is a master story teller and Elevation does not disappoint. In fact it’s a story that operates on several different levels with characters that you will come to understand and admire. I loved both the stories and for fans of Stephen King this will add another dimension to his followers.

A beautiful story....

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Reviewed: 28-07-19

Superbly narrated by Dominic West, you will feel as if you are in the presence of Mr Stevens . As the story unfolds you get a glimpse of a bygone age from an observer who acts as the perfect conduit of telling the story without fear or favour and at the same time only able to observe without comment. A really interesting observation of part of British history following the Second World War.
Each of the characters are presented in the manner of the past when society was structured by class and position and we believe that everyone knew their place. An exceptional story beautifully Written, I will certainly look for further novels from Kazuo Ishiguro.

Knife, another great story from Jo Nesbo

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Reviewed: 16-07-19

Action We learn even more about Harry and his demons and Knife, takes it to a completely different level. Superbly written and beautifully narrated this story
and the way it is presented involves concentration and if you are familiar with previous Harry novels the same characters and references make a more complete word for the imagination to be let loose.
Jo Nesbo never disappoints .

If you want to understand the recent political situation in Spain look no further.

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Reviewed: 09-07-19

An intense and most interesting portrayal of the Spanish politics in the 1930’s. CJS ability to weave a storyline is enhanced and brought to life by Daniel Weyman and holds the attention of the listener right to the end. CJS provides an excellent lesson in unraveling a period of history that provides the listener with a ring side seat to a greater understanding.

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