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    bloods revolution by Angus Donald

    I enjoyed this volume as much as the first. Holcroft is Avery interesting creation and his development as an adult aspergers man is so true. Bit political but no matter!
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    Admitting Defeat

    I tried, I really did. I keep picking the book up, reading a couple (or ten) pages and then putting it back down again. This has been going on since Halloween and I'm still not in triple figures page count wise. Is it because I haven't read the first in the series? No, I don't think so, never been a problem before I can usually figure it out and manage to get into a book even when it is a few deep in to an established series. Is it the setting? I like historical novels and I've read quite a few and even given some of them 5 star reviews so it can't be that. Is it the writing? The writing is actually quite good, the early battle scene was actually quite tense and you got a real sense of the musket fire and the cannon smoke and boom. Is it the characterisation? Could be, but then again they feel like fully rounded people on the page and normally that's all I need. I am now officially giving up on it though - at page 81. I am usually never beaten by a book but this one feels like a chore every time I pick it up and after 10 days of persevering I've officially had it; I'm done.
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