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(Endgame: The Zero Line Chronicles #3)

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ebook, 100 pages
Published June 7th 2016 by HarperCollins
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Mohammed Arabey
I didn't like the last book at all... so bloody and meaningless..

Yet , look again, it's 1972.... and this one set in Munich.... talk about bloody and meaningless...

The series is really brilliant.
May 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
This was my most favorite out of the three in the second novella collection in the Endgame trilogy because it features the previous Players of the different lines.

We see how the Zero Line managed to execute their plan (to persuade first the Players into not playing, or kill them).

It was an intense novella packed with action scenes and lots of death (and I mean a lot) and that ending was unexpected.

This novella collection gives background to the Zero Line which I think will appear in the third bo
LaTrice McNeil-Smith
Annoying and dumb right to the last sentence!
Dec 29, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Reap was the final Zero Line Chronicles novella. Mike, Kat and the gang are trying to convince the Players not to participate in Endgame, but the Players are not easy to convince. They are forced to kill the players who don't believe them, and Zero Line experiences many casualties. What Zero Line doesn't realize is that this was all for nothing - killing the current players just means new players will rise to take their place forever until the real Calling.

I really enjoyed Reap, and it was prett
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