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    Reviews - High Roads - #1

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a beginning so stupid that I don't want to read the rest of the series - EarthFurst
My main problem with High Roads #1 is that I have difficulty imagining that a soldier (who seems to be the main character and who I assume was professionally trained by USA army) would talk LOUDly to himself while trying to plan a bomb on an enemy fortress. I checked the issue twice and couldn't find any thought balloons. At this point the only reason I'd read the rest of the series would be to find out what happens to Sir Arthur Bombridge III (who is an actor/singer and a little person).




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