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Talking, talking, talking
I liked book one and was slammed by a couple of voters out of the gate. This book I don't understand what people liked about it. I found it very boring and their was way too much discussion.
Full cast is great
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I still cannot figure out why so many people hated the first book, I mean, i really liked it and I'm unnecessarily picky. Now this book is even better, even though it's a bit of a different flavor. <br/><br/>To recap, the first book was about the mystery of the "sleeping giant" and moved at a sedate pace filled with tension and the unknown. Waking Gods however has a sense of urgency as the repercussions of the mystery of the first book comes to a head. Here, the mystery that drives the plot is something more insidious, but nothing obvious. The unknown is really the most dangerous enemy of all.<br/><br/>It so often feels like I've seen it all, so I don't tend to give very many five star reviews these days. This book did a pretty great job surprising me and making me just completely lose track of time. Seriously, how did I finish this book so fast!? The style of telling the story through a series of records and files is just impeccably done and works naturally, as in no gimmicky feeling or anything.<br/><br/>So yeah, I recommend this book and this series. If you want a bit of a mystery thriller about a what if and the unknown, then pick this up. <br/><br/>Now then, I really really want the next book right now.
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