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    Great read

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I felt like i knew every character. Fresh, real and exciting. A must read.
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    Black Chalk

    The plot is very intriguing, 6 college students decide to play a game together. But as the game progresses, the consequences of the game get messier and messier. Unknowingly, they become part of a bigger game and the stakes get higher... The first 60 per cent were hard to get through. Nothing major happened, there were a lot of suggestions throughout that part of what could've happened, but nothing concrete. Many questions, no answers. Then after 60%, things get better and a little truth is revealed. At 80-90% the book started to become really interesting and at 90-100% it really got me stuck to my kobo's screen, I just needed to know how this was going to end. Most of the questions are answered and overall it is a satisfying end, and a very good one. Although I really dislike the fact that the deeper underlying spelsoc is not explained... Three stars, could've been much more if the latter was explained and the first 60% of the book would've been more interesting. However, a book worth reading.
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