Official Review: The Manifesto Murders by Nick Airus

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Re: Official Review: The Manifesto Murders by Nick Airus

Post by gen_g » 25 Jun 2018, 10:25

This seems like a fascinating read! I have to say, I like delving deep into people's way of thinking, since it helps me understand them better. Thank you for the great review!

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Post by anwidmer » 26 Jun 2018, 11:55

I appriciate your thourough and openly honest review. While on first glance and review i wanted to read it, my OCD will probably not allow me to continue reading if the editing is that bad. Hopefylly the author comes out with a second edition more carefully edited. =)

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Post by Julie Green » 26 Jun 2018, 12:11

I love politics and also stories of crime and intrigue, so this one sounds like a winner. Thanks for the health warning on the number of edits, as I'd need to get my head around that and not start looking out for them, which would be completely distracting!

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Post by pinchess07 » 26 Jun 2018, 17:30

I love reading murder mysteries, but it's a shame about the typo errors. I can handle a few, but if you stopped counting after the firt 15% of the book, that doesn't bode well. Hopefully it gets revised in the future, because the premise remids me of Stain's MO from My Hero Academia, and I'd love to read it.

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Post by Roc Madness » 28 Jun 2018, 23:14

Thanks for the review. I may have to pass on this book. Too many grammar errors annoy me.

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Post by Ana-Maria-Diana » 29 Jun 2018, 13:30

I loved the review it made me really want to read this novel. It seems to be a very interesting one with a lot of action going on.

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Post by katiesquilts » 10 Jul 2018, 20:53

Sahani Nimandra wrote:
22 Jun 2018, 05:58
A serial killer on the move to whip off all the corrupted officials reminded me of the ex-Singapore president/prime minister who bombed an entire building full of corrupted officials to make Singapore what it is now. Fascinating! The thing about serial killer is that their minds are so twisted yet have a certain logic at certain things they say even though their actions are against law and humanity. Tricky! Thank you for your descriptive review!
Wow, I've never heard about that bombing in Singapore!
I know what you mean...You really don't want to cheer for the bad guys, but when they have a point... :doh:

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Post by wenarg57 » 11 Jul 2018, 10:14

You have sold me! I have to read this book now.

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