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A Trap for the Potentate The Great Hunt Is Over In The End, Timothy Managed To Keep His Invaluable Prize A Victory Perhaps But Glory And Adrenaline Are Very Powerful Narcotics, And Tolerance Builds Quickly Once Deprived Of Them, Life Immediately Becomes Gray And Bleak What S , His Beautiful Lover To Be Accurate, Both Of Them Is Beginning To Transparently Hint That She Could Find Herself A Interesting BeauWhat Is A Talented Player To Do In This Case The Solution Suggests Itself Rush Headlong Into The Most Dangerous Adventures, Taking Risks And Walking The Blade Of A Knife Timothy Must Do Everything In His Power To Survive In Places Where Making A Clean Escape Is Entirely Impossible, Delighting The Viewers With His Utterly Unique Playing Style And Proving Decisively To His Lady To Be Accurate Both Of Them , That His Previous Success Was No Mere CoincidenceWill It Be Hard Very But Old Reliable Friends Are Still By His Side, And That Means Victory Is Possible



10 thoughts on “A Trap for the Potentate

  1. says:

    Well if you read this review you know the books so I will not repeat the best parts the way he describes the life in the game.Now it was really hard for me to rate it. Until 80% it s 5 stars then suddenlySPOILERWTF Why do we have again and again the same tropes and the main character begins to act as a compete retard 1 Those who want to kill him are immigrants for


  2. says:

    Exasperation Bbbbllllaaaarrrrggghhhhh I try to get out but then you pull me back in Wow this was a fun book new twists, intrigue, deception, and of course brave little big ears in WAY over his head Can t wait forKeep writing and I ll keep reading.


  3. says:

    Overtly misogynistic, which destroyed an otherwise alright story.The good story twist at the end being one of the few bright spots.


  4. says:

    Bad book I enjoyed the first two books in the series, but this one was a distinct letdown Numerous plotlines were started, none were finished, and the whole thing ends with a pick your own meaning type deal resulting in no resolution or closure which is utterly inappropriate for this sort of light fantasy.


  5. says:

    A steep drop in quality.While the character in the book is collecting masses of followers and overpowered weapons, the quality of the writing takes a deep plunge There is one scene, where a person performs a 1000 word monologue with nothing but infodumping And the end comes not totally unforeseeable but as one other reviewer already said with a push from even not one, not two, but


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well unlike the other reviewers I enjoyed it, I did find it strange that Kira was awol for almost the whole book, don t know who to believe about his attempted murder that s right i don t for one minute believe he has been killed and digitised He is being played like a pawn by the corporation imho.Still fa


  7. says:

    Zero story lines are resolved This is not a book, it is nothingthan a long introduction for what comes next As such it is a big middle finger to the reader and I really wish I hadn t wasted my time.


  8. says:

    For some reason, I found this book much less enjoyable than the previous ones Sad, as it s not a bad series overall, but.this one didn t work for me.


  9. says:

    2 previous book were amazing I hated this one a lot.


  10. says:

    A surprisingly satisfying series I m now pre0rdering these.


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About the Author: Michael Atamanov

Michael Atamanov was born in 1975 in Grozny, Chechnia He excelled at school, winning numerous national science and writing competitions Having graduated with honors, he entered Moscow University to study material engineering Soon, however, he had no home to return to their house was destroyed during the first Chechen campaign Michael s family fled the war, taking shelter with some relatives in Stavropol Territory in the South of Russia.Having graduated from the University, Michael was forced to accept whatever work was available He moonlighted in chemical labs, loaded trucks, translated technical articles, worked as a software installer as well as scene shifter for local artists and events At the same time he never stopped writing, even when squatting in some seedy Moscow hostels Writing became an urgent need for Michael, driving him to submit articles to science publications, news fillers for a variety of web sites and a plethora of technical and copywriting gigs.Then one day unexpectedly for himself he started writing fairy tales and science fiction novels For several years, his audience consisted of only one person Michael s elder son Then, at the end of 2014 he decided to upload one of his manuscripts to a free online writers resource Readers liked it and demanded a sequel Michael uploaded another book, and yet another, his audience growing as did his list It was his readers who helped Michael hone his writing style He finally had the breakthrough he deserved when the Moscow based EKSMO the biggest publishing house in Europe offered him a contract for his first and consequent books.


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