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The First Bird: Episode 3 - Community Reviews back

by Greig Beck
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AudiobookReviewer
AudiobookReviewer rated it 6 years ago
My full The First Bird, Episode 1 audiobook review can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.This is a spin on a couple of old favorites of mine. Indiana Jones mixed with The Land of the Lost with a Chritonesc back drop that kept me interested and wanting to no more. A scientist makes an incredible discove...
RedT Reads Randomly
RedT Reads Randomly rated it 6 years ago
Okay, that was. Terrifying!Couldn't wait! until this morning to purchase the third episode. And I was loving it until about halfway in when the author succumbed to the formulaic mandate that says all the characters must become stupid long enough for something totally preventable to happen. It almost...
RedT Reads Randomly
RedT Reads Randomly rated it 6 years ago
Okay, that was. Terrifying!Couldn't wait! until this morning to purchase the third episode. And I was loving it until about halfway in when the author succumbed to the formulaic mandate that says all the characters must become stupid long enough for something totally preventable to happen. It almost...
futurista
futurista rated it 7 years ago
This was a great series. The ending was definitely unexpected, but perfect. The third book of the series features an apocalyptic world riddled with an ancient plague. I did find myself turning the pages in the 3rd episode, but not with nearly as much compulsion. Also, I didn't find the villain t...
futurista
futurista rated it 7 years ago
The second episode is every bit as good as the first. It boasts pre-historic creatures, hidden treasure, vomit, running, caves, and spiders the size of Rottweilers. It's adventure turned horror in a Lost World setting. And the last episode is supposed to be an apocalyptic world setting, so I'm game...
futurista
futurista rated it 7 years ago
I'll just read the first free episode of this series, I said. He'll not make me read the second book, I said. How wrong I was. Greig (such a sneaky writer) left me hanging at the end of the first episode with an all-consuming need to know what was on the other side of the wall. I felt like Pete i...
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