The Company eBook ß Hardcover

❰Reading❯ ➷ The Company Author K.J. Parker – Sustanon.pro Hoping for a better life five war veterans colonize an abandoned island They take with them everything they could possibly need food clothes tools weapons even wives But an unanticipated discovery shaHoping for a better life five war veterans colonize an abandoned island They take with them everything they could possibly need food clothes tools weapons even wives But an unanticipated discovery shatters their dream and replaces it with a very different one The colonists feel sure that their friendship wi.

Ll keep them together Only then do they begin to realize that they've brought with them rather than they bargained forFor one of them it seems has been hiding a terrible secret from the rest of the company And when the truth begins to emerge it soon becomes clear that the war is far from over With masterful.

The Company eBook ß Hardcover

The Company eBook ß Hardcover Tom Holt According to the biographical notes in some of Parker's books Parker has previously worked in law journalism and numismatics and now writes and makes things out of wood and metal It is also claimed that Parker is married to a solicitor and now lives in southern England According to an autobiographical note Parker was raised in rural Vermont a lifestyle which influenced Parker's work

company pdf The Company ePUBLl keep them together Only then do they begin to realize that they've brought with them rather than they bargained forFor one of them it seems has been hiding a terrible secret from the rest of the company And when the truth begins to emerge it soon becomes clear that the war is far from over With masterful.

10 thoughts on “The Company

  1. Becky Becky says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBAlrighty I'm calling it quits on this one I just really can't muster up the interest in this to go ANOTHER half book Nothing has happened nothing IS happening and from a lot of comments and reviews it looks like the only happening to occur is at the very end and I'm just not that patient So Not that this is a bad book but I just can't bring myself to keep plugging away at it for 48% percent for maybe a little payoff I just need SOMETHING to keep me interested


  2. Jeremy Jackson Jeremy Jackson says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBNot the best of KJ Parker's books but that's like saying a glass of water isn't as cold as you like it when you're already parched It's still better than a lot of books on my shelf and I still downed it in a few big gulpsWar veterans retire to their own private island ostensibly to build a quiet life for themselves What follows is a subtler Lord of the Flies Nothing and no one is as it seems in true Parkerian fashion It says a lot about the ferocity and the emptiness we often find in our lives the good intentions we have that so often suppress truth and goodness itself what it means to know or love someone and how surviving is never enoughTo judge by most of these reviews it's


  3. Chris Chris says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBSo how do I review this? Hmmm I think I'll begin by warning off those that might want to read this without any expectations going in I won't post spoilers per se but I will be addressing the flow of this book beginning to endThat saidWhat in the actual fuck? There I feel better for having said that Truth is after finishing that I wanted to tear my copy to shreds stomp on them and kick the scraps into a firepit with the heat of a thousand hells blazing through itSo yeah What the holy fuck was that???Let's start at the beginning The premise looked interesting a story about five war veterans getting together after the war and settling a new home on a faraway island Rewards for their years of service yada yada Of course there will be a conflict


  4. Anton Anton says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBHeart wrenching raw poignant and deep Quite a few shades darker than usual for KJ Parker Hollywood pitch for this book would probably go “Three Musketeers” meet “Lord of the Flies”If you enjoyed “Savages” “Sharps” and “The Folding Knife” chances are you’ll love “The Company” too But If you are new to KJ Parker don’t start here


  5. Rosemary Rosemary says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBKJ Parker's fantasies make George RR Martin's Game of Thrones seem like happy tales full of rainbows kittens and shiny cheery people If you want grit grime and loss of all hope in your heroes then this is the book smouldering on the shelf waiting to suck you in chew you up and spit you back out with a satisfied hiss If you're a writer then you will weep in sheer mad jealousy at Parker's ability to twist the knife and slowly build to a conclusion both inevitable and surprising Like Company A the author breaks through every barrier to achieve an ending both completely Parker and completely right


  6. Steve Steve says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBGosh that was a tough book to read Not because it was badly written far from it Some of it was just so raw The relationships described here were sometimes as tortured as only truly close friendships can be This wasn’t fantasy but top rate descriptions of close human friendships when put to the testI’m a big fan of KJ ParkerHolt Many of his books are leavened with a wry humour even whe


  7. Bandit Bandit says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBThis book is tough for me to review I've read so many mixed reviews prior to reading it and I wasn't sure what to expect I'm pretty sure whoever provided the cover blurb or the book being a cross between LOST and Italian Job hasn't actually read the book or watched the show or the movie This is a story about war about the bond between men and what it can and can't endure It's very well written with vivid descriptions and realistic dialogue this is also one of those books that really lets you see what's going on inside the characters' minds which I always enjoy The ending was terrific and summarized the story perfectly Those are all the positives The detractors were for one thing the names I really didn't like the names I don't normally read fantasy so I haven't had a chance to get used to ridiculous names and honestly aside from the names this book could have almost read as historical fiction Also the wri


  8. Yoon Yoon says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBLike the Engineer trilogy this novel is an ambitious failure great opening fascinating developments a massively underwhelming ending That being said Parker excels as usual in examining the nasty interactions between men formerly linebreakers of A Company now devoted to fulfilling former general Teuche Kunessin's dream of a farm on an island Sadly for Kunessin he may have for the moment escaped the government but he can't escape what he brought with him Darkly cynical and depressingly believableAlso suffers from some other of Parker's usual flaws including the weird stylistic quirk in which zie refuses to call characters by name even when it would be deictically appropriate and helpful a


  9. Liviu Liviu says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUBPage turner that goes nowhere and you finish it with a feeling of pointlessness and why did I bother Still an interesting read and worth for the suspense but it could have been so much betterNow on reread getting used with KJ Parker' style getting to love her ?? novels and reading and rereading all previous 9 plus the PB novella brought me back to this one and this t


  10. Paul Paul says:

    The Company eBook ß Hardcover company pdf, The Company ePUB“Other people help themselves to penknives and inkwells if they’re feeling really daring they might liberate a keg of nails or a few lengths of timber You steal bits of geography”—“The Company”Throughout the course of English literature islands have often been used as settings mainly because they serve as the perfect microcosm for civilization and society Jonathan Swift established this tradition in “Gulliver’s Travels” using the various island inhabitants Gulliver encounters to satire the British government The fact that Great Britain itself is an island likely had bearing on Swift’s choice of setting But Swift also established an island as solitary and isolated


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K.J. Parker

The Company eBook ß Hardcover Tom Holt According to the biographical notes in some of Parker's books Parker has previously worked in law journalism and numismatics and now writes and makes things out of wood and metal It is also claimed that Parker is married to a solicitor and now lives in southern England According to an autobiographical note Parker was raised in rural Vermont a lifestyle which influenced Parker's work