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High Fidelity by M. Chandler
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Mar 20, 11

bookshelves: mm, action
Read from March 15 to 20, 2011

This one is much better than the previous two! Finally, some internal wrangling is happening for Simon. Now it's Jeremy who is the inscrutable one. It is too long, with too much sitting around, bantering, waiting for stuff to happen, but very entertaining when the action picks up. The last 3 books should be edited down to two medium sized ones and it'd be awesome!
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Sarasaya I'm still reading the second one, the 4th is the last, right?


LenaLena Yes, it should be. Nr 3 and 4 are much longer than 1 and 2. Just giving you fair warning.


LenaLena Ooooh! Angst! Guilt! Woot!


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:D


message 5: by [deleted user] (last edited Mar 20, 2011 03:13PM) (new)

Yes, they should be cut down as you say and it would make the series outstanding. It's a common problem with on line unpublished efforts and no editor....I'm thinking of that other 500 pages that need to go...

If you are feeling extraordinarily brave and prepared to wade through lots of atrocious excess, try Evenfall. Read a few of the reviews first to see if you even want to go there. I swore and bitched through the whole thing. But I read it. :D


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ElaineY I was supposded to read HF after TA but I didn't because I'd stopped in the middle of With a Bullet (or it 'Without'?) and can't remember which page or which scene. I couldn't be bothered to wade through the book to find out so I'd abandoned the whole series. I might be in a better mood to search through today and try to finish Book 3 then start Book 4.

I still think it's a good story/series but as Kate said, in dire need of a good and merciless editor:P


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