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mike duxbury

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Outstanding writing

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Reviewed: 27-07-20

again this spider shepherd epic story continues this guys life trying to do good, with the world but using violence to make the world a better place. Since the first book (hard landing) dan sheperd has lived through tragedy, loss and hard decisions whilst being well trained in his Military career. The writer simply brings the guy to reality unlike others who try and make the leading role a super hero, i love these books and recommend them to anyone but read them all.

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Awesom again!

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Reviewed: 11-08-18

Paul finch has done it for the seventh time, i have never read anything as great as the heckenburg series, i feel i know all the people the stories are outstanding yet the reality is so credible if gemma piper is dead god help those who get in heck’s way. Thank you paul finch and lets see another very soon.

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Outstanding

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Reviewed: 22-10-17

Paul finch has done it again, a gripping book with outstanding reality, amazing detail with pace, suspense and breath taking story line, when’s the next 1 due in this series. Brilliant.

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Gripping and inventive,

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Reviewed: 25-05-17

When i first started listening i thought of clive cussslers books about the origan but i soon lost myself in the fantasy of the skulls and the desperate survival of a family, i am very keen to read more about dom holland so well done and a brilliant and well written book.

Honesty from reality.

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Reviewed: 09-10-16

This has been the most inspirational book i have read in years, having been blind most of my life i used my blindness as my driving force to be as normal as possible, many things drive us because we have the inner strength to do what ever we want, we just have to earn how to channel that inner self, brilliant book tc