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Clever inspiring ending

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Reviewed: 26-06-18

This could have been an academic walk through time viewing the development of England over 500 years. But the story, the observations of the protagonist and the ending made for a better than expected read. Much enjoyed.

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Good continuity

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Reviewed: 19-04-18

I liked the continuity of the characters we're familiar with and Mr Keeble's outstanding narration. And apt conclusion to the Hacker tale.

Note to the author, Invictus means unconquered and Maneo I remain. Not the other way around.

Be enchanted.

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4 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed: 01-02-18

Not the sort of book I'd normally read, but it is an enchanting and straightforward story with some interesting fantasy element with a travel/historical slant, set in the 1860s. Not too many characters.

Narration

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Reviewed: 18-01-18

Andrew Sachs is brilliant. It felt as though I were listening to several voices in character.

Easy to follow along

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Reviewed: 08-12-17

What a great cast. The well spoken English makes this easy to understand. For me, it was the first time I'd heard or seen the play.