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Sunday, January 9, 2011

To The Death by Patrick Robinson

Horribly boring... Yikes; what a snore!

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  1. This book is a very realistic and exciting read, in between sections. Although I did get frustrated with the massive expanse of detail that was put into this book, the chapters and sections were timed perfectly enough so that, when you started to get bored from all of the detail, you were immediately thrust into something new, something exciting. The action scenes in this book, although brief, are just long enough to throw the whole happening at you satisfyingly, and I find that to be a very positive thing about this book. Although I love action sequences, I find it more well written if a few powerful sentences capture the entire moment than have it drone on forever.

    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to post another point of view on Robinson's novel, To The Death. I appreciate another take on a novel that I didn't enjoy as much as I have enjoyed others. Happy reading to you! :0)