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This book feels like a few hundred pages of this:
"I heard it from Mary - you know, Chad's brother's uncles old roommate? No, not that Chad, the other Chad. Anyway, Chad's brother's uncle's old roommate was talking to Bill - you know Bill, he is Jason's cousin, the friend of the wife of that guy that got drunk at the Christmas party last year? Anyway Mary was saying that Ted's mother Jane (you remember Jane - Emily went to school with her daughter Liz) - Jane is having a lot of problems with her husband Tom who is out of town with his friend Jack - that's Jack, Peter's friend, not Jack from the club".
Imagine that except the characters all have similar sounding German or Irish names.
This one suffers also because the main line ring of fire series books are so good.
Kudos to the Narrator for doing a good job as always. I feel like the poor guy struggles with the new-character-every-other-page content in this one and it's hard for him to make a clear differentiation between characters.
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What happens to support the major characters of the Ring of Fire. Who has to bear the brunt of the consequences of the these events, politics, and policies? The administrators, sergeants, and others on the B-team and C-team character list, of course!!! Because this narrative weaves together threads from the previous books, across almost 5 years of action, this book is best read soon after them, or after re-reading them.