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Nomik

Carry on
Jun 19, 2016
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I hate to say it but im struggling a little with this last book,im on page 180 and i just haven't been able to get into it like i have the other two in the trilogy. Can someone tell me if it picks up the closer to the end you get? Thanks
Yes it does. You might be struggling with it because
it has heavy suicidal overtones, you aren't able to see past the genre deviation yet. Trust me, it is a mind trip- I literally tripped over a retro gaming device that I had forgotten my kid had (breaking it) on page 166 or so. The end ramps up too.
 

AnnaMarie

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Feb 16, 2012
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I hate to say it but im struggling a little with this last book,im on page 180 and i just haven't been able to get into it like i have the other two in the trilogy. Can someone tell me if it picks up the closer to the end you get? Thanks
I'm about half way through. I keep waiting to get interested.

I loved the first two.
 
Mar 9, 2018
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I hate to say it but im struggling a little with this last book,im on page 180 and i just haven't been able to get into it like i have the other two in the trilogy. Can someone tell me if it picks up the closer to the end you get? Thanks
I stopped about there too. Not sure if I ever want to finish it. Mr. Mercedes was great, Finders Kepers was just ok. I think I've just about run my course with Bill, Brady and Holly....
 

Tak96

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End of Watch is like having A New Hope and The Empire Strikes BAck, and then Return of the Jedi is like Rocky. It doesn't work.
 
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