Genesis

  • Title: Genesis
  • Author: Miranda Nading
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Genesis Best Read || [Miranda Nading] - Genesis, Genesis The clock is ticking for the human race Max Dumerick has spent his life doing the dirty work of the highest bidder When his last job awakens his reluctant conscience he finds himself teaming up with
    Genesis Best Read || [Miranda Nading] - Genesis, Genesis The clock is ticking for the human race Max Dumerick has spent his life doing the dirty work of the highest bidder When his last job awakens his reluctant conscience he finds himself teaming up with

    • Genesis Best Read || [Miranda Nading]
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    Genesis

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    1. Kindle Unlimited but got it through free through one of my here s the book we hope you review it giveaways The book could have been fleshed out a bit better, not jumped around so much, not ended on a or less major cliffhanger, and considering the current political climate could have lived up better to general expectations including realistic characters actionsI personally found it confusing and causing my mind to wander and I m a natural speed reader so not good with the alternate flips of too [...]

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    2. It took me a few chapters to get into the book, but once I did I was hooked Don t give up on the story because it will be worth your time if you stick with it There are four different story lines that are happening simultaneously they are all related and the reader is thrown into the middle of them without a lot of build up That is the only thing that kept me from giving this 5 stars After I figured out what was happening, oh man, it was on I couldn t put the book down The political aspects were [...]

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    3. Seldom do I offer real criticisms of any book I read Mostly I have in mind when I start a book that five stars is the norm But this book has two major problems that I identified right away They are the lack of a clear point of view and an ending that leaves this story unable to stand alone by itself Having said that I had to give the story four stars and I really liked the book because it is such a compelling tale I kept thinking as I went along through the book that it was likely to have a sequ [...]

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