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The Ninth Circle

Discuss the April 2017 Book of the Month, Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole.

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The Ninth Circle

Post Number:#1 by Amagine
» 19 Apr 2017, 10:58

The Ninth Circle appears to focus on Arthur, a character a lot of us wanted to know more about.

Have you read it (or currently reading it)? What's your opinion on the book?

What answers do you hope will be revealed about Arthur?
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Re: The Ninth Circle

Post Number:#2 by Leese
» 19 Apr 2017, 13:02

I haven't read it yet, but I just downloaded it ready for when I finish Raven's Peak (which should be today!)

I'd be very interested in knowing more about how he rescued Abigail and what led to her being responsible for him being locked away.
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Post Number:#3 by Donnavila Marie01
» 19 Apr 2017, 16:04

I just downloaded the copy and I am excited to know more about Arthur. This is another exciting read and sleepless night.
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Post Number:#4 by Amagine
» 19 Apr 2017, 21:02

I've read a coupe of pages and it seems really interesting! I'm glad that Arthur gets his own book. It gives us a chance to really explore his character and the choices he made.
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Post Number:#5 by LivreAmour217
» 20 Apr 2017, 11:17

I haven't read it yet, but I intend to. I am very interested to know more about Arthur!
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Post Number:#6 by Gingerbo0ks
» 20 Apr 2017, 11:55

I intend to but haven't yet. I love the interest everyone has shown in him.
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Post Number:#7 by Amagine
» 26 Apr 2017, 06:39

Has anyone finished reading it yet? I had some questions answered but there were still a couple that weren't. I think it's probably best that way though. Things can be left open for a reader's own interpretation. Also, I like characters who have a twinge of mystery to them.
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Post Number:#8 by James Craft
» 26 Apr 2017, 07:46

I read it and loved it. It was different from the normal books and brought a different view of the world, and I can't wait to see more about that time in the world.
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Post Number:#9 by Amagine
» 26 Apr 2017, 10:52

James Craft wrote:I read it and loved it. It was different from the normal books and brought a different view of the world, and I can't wait to see more about that time in the world.


I agree! There are also a few other characters who the author could focus on as well. It really is an interesting world that he's crafting.
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Post Number:#10 by greenstripedgiraffe
» 26 Apr 2017, 12:43

I would have to agree with some others that I am mostly curious as to how he was locked away. There is some incredible remorse and guilt happening in Raven's Peak. I am reading Ninth Circle now, and think I see what happened, but am not sure yet.
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Post Number:#11 by Amagine
» 28 Apr 2017, 08:21

greenstripedgiraffe wrote:I would have to agree with some others that I am mostly curious as to how he was locked away. There is some incredible remorse and guilt happening in Raven's Peak. I am reading Ninth Circle now, and think I see what happened, but am not sure yet.


Yes, there was a lot of remorse and guilt that Arthur felt. I wish the story had been longer. I wanted to really get into his emotions and past.
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