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1Andrew-theQM
May 18, 5:14pm Top

Has the opening section done a good job of getting you engrossed in the story?

2Sergeirocks
May 18, 6:16pm Top

Yes, I think so. I'd like to know what the oracle answered to Napoleon's question (and what his q was) for him to want the Egyptian stranger killed.
And the fact that we are going back and may find there's more to Henrik's son's death than wrong place at wrong time is a good plot twist.

3EadieB
May 18, 6:32pm Top

Yes I am really engaged.

4Olivermagnus
May 19, 12:29am Top

I thought it was very interesting and am looking forward to more of the story.

5Carol420
May 19, 6:24am Top

I liked parts of it...other parts bored me...but I'm interested enough to continue reading.

6Bluebird1
May 19, 1:08pm Top

Not as much as in the previous books, but it has peaked my curiosity enough to want to read on. Plus, I want to spend more time with our friends...

7Andrew-theQM
May 20, 6:33am Top

Pleased to see Henrik is in the story and always good to delve into some of their past personal lives. Intrigued me without wowing me.

8bhabeck
May 20, 1:23pm Top

It was interesting, but a bit slow. Took me a bit to get into the book.

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