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It is beautifully written and expertly narrated, and still I felt a few times like it was just too bleak to keep going with. I am glad I did, and I do plan on listening to the fourth book (when it comes out!), but it is still something that I have a hard time recommending...It is perhaps not what everyone expects it to be...it is really more of a glimpse of a time and place than it is a thriller or mystery.
I definitely felt like I was right there in the middle of it all, even when I didn't really want to. The author is masterful in creating a feeling for Yorkshire and the moral and physical decay of that world in 1980. It can be pretty painful to listen to, but it is enthralling none the less. Definitely not for the squeamish.
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This part of the series has the most sympathetic charcter in Peter Hunter; a good but flawed man trying to do the right thing in a wrong world. The ending of this book shocked me the most out of all four. Again, Saul Reichlin is brilliant.
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i disagree with the other reviewers the repetition of phrases makes it
have enjoyed the whole set
i am very sorry but i have to say this.why dose the author have to keep repeating himself.it drove me mad hearing the same descriptions repeated over and over again.this book is hard work but i will finish and read the final book.