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Big Red Tequila by Rick Riordan
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Aug 01, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: excellent-mystery-serious
Read from August 01 to 04, 2010

I cannot imagine the pleasure of having a bestselling genius like Rick Riordan as your literature teacher, but i think the rate of cutting classes must be real low and the energy in the class high...
Tres Navarre, seems the poor guy doesn't get any slack in this series at all, in a way the writing reminds me of Jim Butcher at his best, the punches keep coming and the hero keeps getting up for the next one, on pure willpower only...I think its the first book i have read, where the main hero loses even couple of his teeth...
Sometimes you read a book where all the characters have a same voice, same type of jokes, favorite curse words in bad situations and even same life philosophy because the writer lacks the skill to create a real world, where people are so different and unpredictable its scary...Rick Riordan doesn't have the problem...When you read it, its real...
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