The Cabal eBook Þ Paperback

The Cabal eBook Þ Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 184 pages
  • The Cabal
  • Philip Dunn
  • English
  • 19 August 2018
  • 0425048454

10 thoughts on “The Cabal

  1. Rosemarie Short Rosemarie Short says:

    I cannot, I don t think, relate in words how utterly, gut wrenchingly, nail scrapingly bad this book is However, this is a review And as such I am, as you ve probably guessed, going to try The Cabal plays into stereotypes It plays into cliches It staggers along without plot, without character development, without any form of direction whatsoever I found the character of Roatax particularly painful, being a sole female aside from regular damsels in distress who, not matter their circumstan I cannot, I don t think, relate in words how utterly, gut wrenchingly, nail scrapingly bad this book is However, this is a review And as such I am, as you ve probably guessed, going to try The Cabal plays into stereotypes It plays into cliches It staggers along without plot, without character development, without any form of direction whatsoever I found the character of Roatax particularly painful, being a sole female aside from regular damsels in distress who, not matter their circumstances, want to have sex with their captors The ending is insult to injury Backwards and lacking in any form of satisfaction Don t bother


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The Cabal[PDF] ✅ The Cabal ✈ Philip Dunn – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk JULY NOON THE BATTLE FOR EARTH BEGINSNew York is a mass of deep smoking holes, broken bodies, and wailing peoples The same in London, Beirut, Paris, PekingThe invaders from the planet Calm take no pr JULYNOON THE BATTLE FOR EARTH BEGINSNew York is a mass of deep smoking holes, broken bodies, and wailing peoples The same in London, Beirut, Paris, PekingThe invaders from the planet Calm take no prisoners Earth is the prisonerOnly one organization has the resources to stop the attackers The most bizarre, brilliant and dangerous team of supercriminals in Interpol files.


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10 thoughts on “The Cabal

  1. Rosemarie Short Rosemarie Short says:

    I cannot, I don t think, relate in words how utterly, gut wrenchingly, nail scrapingly bad this book is However, this is a review And as such I am, as you ve probably guessed, going to try The Cabal plays into stereotypes It plays into cliches It staggers along without plot, without character development, without any form of direction whatsoever I found the character of Roatax particularly painful, being a sole female aside from regular damsels in distress who, not matter their circumstan I cannot, I don t think, relate in words how utterly, gut wrenchingly, nail scrapingly bad this book is However, this is a review And as such I am, as you ve probably guessed, going to try The Cabal plays into stereotypes It plays into cliches It staggers along without plot, without character development, without any form of direction whatsoever I found the character of Roatax particularly painful, being a sole female aside from regular damsels in distress who, not matter their circumstances, want to have sex with their captors The ending is insult to injury Backwards and lacking in any form of satisfaction Don t bother

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