He Said / She Said
Where we bring you two completely different viewpoints about one fabulous book!
One opinion from the author of this website, Nova Reylin and the other, her hubby!
And today, we bring you:
‘Don’t put your trust in revolutions. They always come round again. That’s why they’re called revolutions. People die, and nothing changes.’
For a policeman, there can be few things worse than a serial killer at loose in your city. Except, perhaps, a serial killer who targets coppers, and a city on the brink of bloody revolution. The people have found their voice at last, the flags and barricades are rising…And the question for a policeman, an officer of the law, a defender of the peace, is:
Are you with them, or are you against them?
- Cover: Like it!
- Synopsis: Liked it… a bit ambiguous because it doesn’t give too much and the book seemed a bit different than the synopsis.
- Page 99: — Listened on Audible.
- Favorite character: I really like Ned. He grew a lot in the book and questioned everything.
- Plot pluses: Good moral self examination.
- Plot minuses: Very unlike his other stories. I was expecting satire and this one was more serious.
- Rating: 4/5
- Further comments: It’s a very good story that really makes you think about what I would do if I were in Vimes’s situation? It’s a book that makes you think long after you’ve finished reading.
- Cover: Dark, mysterious, interesting! I like that I have no idea what the egg is about until later in the story.
- Synopsis: I like it! Concise, to the point, compelling!
- Page 99: Listened on Audible.
- Favorite character: I think young Sam Vimes is my favorite character. It’s hard to say for this one but it was very interesting to see Vimes before he knew all about coppering.
- Plot pluses: The in’s and out’s and multiple plot lines that Terry Pratchett is able to tie all together!
- Plot minuses: Same as the plot pluses. If you miss one thing you’ll miss it all! Like the egg for instance!
- Rating: 4/5
- Further comments: I just love Terry Pratchett and I’m trying to get through his entire series before the end of 2012. That said, I love to listen and re-listen to all of these stories and wind up listening to one story for over a month! This particular book didn’t take me any time at all, but I did listen to it twice because it’s more fun than a barrel of librarians. Full review of Night Watch by Terry Pratchett coming soon!