Jayce

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  • Title: Jayce
  • Author: Josh Barkey
  • ISBN: 9781500810429
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Paperback

Free Download Jayce - by Josh Barkey

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430 thoughts on “Jayce

  1. Josh Barkey was raised from diapers to diploma in the Basin of Peru, South America He then paid for an English degree by sticking hundreds of thousands of baby trees into Canadian dirt, and now lives in a shed in North Carolina, arranging words into stories and screenplays.

  2. I m giving myself four stars for this book because I feel as though I shouldn t give a book five stars unless I read it and thought, I could NEVER write something this good Which I didn t do, here For obvious reasons And yes, I m aware that I gave my short stories and my picture book five star reviews I m human and therefore wildly inconsistent Sue me I ve finished my second novel already and it s new and shiny so right now I m in love with it, and would almost want to reserve the four star rati [...]

  3. For me, this story had echoes of a A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur s court, Green Mansions, and of course H.G Wells, which I loved, but for all that this treatment of time travel and the protagonist s problem is very creative and thought provoking I also liked that the main character wasn t the typical YA Mary Sue or in this case, I guess, Marty Stu , but was very flawed The protagonist s messed upness allowed for growth and change, instead of the sink into cynicism or the rolls eyes grasp a [...]

  4. Underdeveloped idea with little semblance of a plot Weird omniscient narration that drops in from time to time First and third acts are almost nonexistent and are completely unbelievable This book needed a good editor and about twice as much content.

  5. Review to follow, but this latest from author Josh Barkey is a 4 star read and maybe , to put it simply.

  6. An enjoyable read Plausible notion that the world might be better off without all our technology.

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