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Life Debt by Chuck Wendig
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did not like it
bookshelves: 2017, science-fiction, star-wars

Everything Aftermath got right, the sequel gets wrong.

While I am still completely okay with Wendig's style (apparently most people are annoyed by it), there was nothing to enjoy here. An extreme case of second book syndrome at best.
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Reading Progress

December 20, 2017 – Started Reading
December 26, 2017 – Finished Reading
December 27, 2017 – Shelved

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message 1: by Andy (new)

Andy I follow his Miriam Black series & love it's dark humour


message 2: by Nelson (new)

Nelson Did you like The Las Jedi?


Markus Andy wrote: "I follow his Miriam Black series & love it's dark humour"

I've heard good things about it!


Markus Nelson wrote: "Did you like The Las Jedi?"

Mostly, yes. There were more things I liked than disliked. I'm very confused by the millions of people who either love it or hate it, as I think it deserves neither of those, but it was significantly better than The Force Awakens.


message 5: by Nelson (new)

Nelson Markus wrote: "Nelson wrote: "Did you like The Las Jedi?"

Mostly, yes. There were more things I liked than disliked. I'm very confused by the millions of people who either love it or hate it, as I think it deser..."


I'm one of those that hated it, mostly because the narrative is filled with incoherences one after the other, I don't forget those in any movie or story :(

It is the best in the visual sense though, quite pretty.


Markus Nelson wrote: "Markus wrote: "Nelson wrote: "Did you like The Las Jedi?"

Mostly, yes. There were more things I liked than disliked. I'm very confused by the millions of people who either love it or hate it, as I..."


I get that. Inconsistent narrative is a key phrase for the new Star Wars, tho. I wish these new films never happened, but since they do, I might as well enjoy them as much as I can.


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