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    Natchez burning

    It was slow in parts and tbe ending was a real let down.
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    Natchez Burning

    Gripping although disturbing when you realize and think about the subjects that form the backbone of this book.
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    Natchez Burning

    I have been waiting for a book from Greg Iles for too many years, and no disappointment! So glad you are back, Greg! Grippinng plot and , as always, I can't put it down.
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    Natchez burning

    I'm only halfway through but loving this book. I especially like the way the author weaves a storyline from today with the civil rights era making the events of the 6o's feel as if they are happening today. Because much of the book is fact based, it is both unnerving and gripping, with characters you will either love or hate. Listen to the author's interview on wwno.org that aired may 27th in provides an interesting context for the novel.
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    deacent read

    Seriously? 850 pages? And it felt like so many more with all the repetitions and in the end I realized that this is the first in a trilogy. What I hadn’t expected was, there is no real ending after this amount of pages. Sometimes I felt like I wanted to skip a few chapters because the paces was so slow. But then I was afraid to miss important details and kept going. I think that the story is an important one and needs to be told. But it didn’t have to be this long! I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and HarperCollins UK!
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