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Sort by: Year 6 11 4 9 15 Show more Language English 52 Dutch 4 Turkish 3 Arabic 1. Displaying Editions 1 - 10 out of Save to: All that was going on was that Thomas was threading together one cool story after another. And, again, I give the guy props for telling some really cool stories.
That's why this book has one star instead of zero. But things completely fall apart after about pages. At that point, the first edition clearly ends, and the final pages is tacked on.
Literally tacked on. Thomas did additional research -- kudos for that -- but made seemingly no effort to integrate the updated material with the earlier stuff. He defines terms we already learned. He rehashes stories -- dude, we already heard that story pages ago!
He mixes up dates. He does this weird thing when he quotes people where he writes " insert quote here ," said So-and-So to the author. I have just never seen that before in a serious, real book, and it came across very sophomoric.
I think Thomas could have done himself a lot of favors, and given his obviously very thorough research a real air of authority and reality if he had integrated the last half of the book into the first half, checked his dates, written a bit less breezily, and left certain stories completely out. As is, this is only passable fiction.