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M. Graydon

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Loved this book

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Reviewed: 13-03-20

I just loved this. Such an unusual story and the characters were brilliant. I loved Xanna and how involved she was and even the character of Lewis Braid was genius the way he was written. I just loved it.

Oh my goodness, just buy it now!

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Reviewed: 16-08-19

I absolutely loved this book. Love love loved it. The story and the narrators and the characters and the situation and everything that happens. I just loved it. The way the story came together was brilliant and the characters were all so distinct and easy to identify and tell apart. Such a well written story. Well worth your credit.

Such interesting characters

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Reviewed: 06-06-19

I love Peter Clines books. 14 was amazing and this one had reviews saying it was disappointing but I don't think it was. I loved all the different characters especially Mike. His mind was so interesting and the way it was described was brilliant. I would definitely recommend this. Now going to download Dead Moon when my new credit arrives.

Oh my goodness, I loved it

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Reviewed: 26-05-19

This book is brilliant. So so different to anything I have listened to. It took me on a journey and was exciting. I couldn't believe what was happening in some parts. It was just an amazing story. I hope the author has more books available.

Absolutely Excellent

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Reviewed: 17-05-19

Wow, I loved this book so much. So different. The narrators are brilliant, especially the voice of Connie. I'm so impressed with it. It was funny and poignant and sad and shocking. I just loved it.

Back on form

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Reviewed: 16-02-19

After the dull last book by Lee Child, Night School, I wasn't too hopeful about this book but I have to say it is one of my favourites ever. I loved it. It was so interesting to see what was going to happen. Such an unusual situation. Loved it!

Always amazing

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Reviewed: 12-02-19

I just love the In Death series so much. I have listened to them all many times. This book I will say you should listen to if you already know the characters from the earlier books. There are so many different characters and I feel like they are so well described and brought in along the book series that it might be a lot to take in if you just tried to start from this book. For an avid fan it doesn't disappoint.

On a side note I was disappointed, like another reviewer, not to be able to enter the competition. I think that was very short sighted of the Macmillan book people.

I loved this

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Reviewed: 09-03-18

I loved the books and read them many years ago and then after listening to The Book of Dust I wanted to listen to this trilogy again. I just loved everything about it. It was brilliant the way the excitement built and I remembered all the characters well. The voices and narration were spot on. Just an amazing set of books.

Another great book by this guy

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Reviewed: 26-02-18

I read 14 and loved it and so when I saw this I hoped it would be good. The narrator is my favourite kind of narrator with a silky, deep voice. The story is just fantastic and kept me hooked all the way through. Excellent book. Definitely recommend.

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I loved this story

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Reviewed: 04-02-18

I have seen reviews saying the book was boring but I don't agree. I just love all the characters so much and I liked that everyone was so funny and familiar with each other. I enjoyed this one so much I'm going to start it again straight away. I loved all the at home parts in the library and with Galahad. I was right about who Nadine hired as her intern and I am glad about that character making future appearances. I think that Peabody should be advancing a bit more in her role really though. She always seems one step behind Eve and is still ooohing and aaahing in shops over pretty things instead of being a bit more of a leader in her job. I still like her though. If you're reading this as your first In Death book then it might seem tame but if you're a fan and have read them all then I would think you would love this one too. I do.