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In the Fishbowl 2. Long Way

   (1 review)

Sequel to The Long Way

Copyright © 2010 DomLuka; All Rights Reserved.
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  • 12/28/2010 (Updated: 12/28/2010)
  • 33 Chapters
  • 248,524 Words
  • 365,444 Views
  • 105 Comments
  • Teen
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  • Action Packed 5
  • Addictive/Pacing 5
  • Characters 6
  • Chills 0
  • Cliffhanger 4
  • Compelling 0
  • Feel-Good 0
  • Humor 0
  • Smoldering 4
  • Tearjerker 2
  • Unique 2
  • World Building 4

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  • P. Prologue
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  • 1. Chapter 1
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    • 16,640 Views
    • 8 Comments
  • 2. Chapter 2
    • 6,815 Words
    • 11,450 Views
    • 2 Comments
  • 3. Chapter 3
    • 6,412 Words
    • 11,323 Views
    • 1 Comments
  • 4. Chapter 4
    • 7,468 Words
    • 10,688 Views
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  • 5. Chapter 5
    • 6,891 Words
    • 10,317 Views
    • 5 Comments
  • 6. Chapter 6
    • 10,114 Words
    • 10,248 Views
    • 1 Comments
  • 7. Chapter 7
    • 6,969 Words
    • 10,290 Views
    • 1 Comments
  • 8. Chapter 8
    • 8,407 Words
    • 11,995 Views
    • 3 Comments
  • 9. Chapter 9
    • 7,374 Words
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  • 10. Chapter 10
    • 6,822 Words
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  • 11. Chapter 11
    • 7,123 Words
    • 10,041 Views
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  • 12. Chapter 12
    • 13,827 Words
    • 10,159 Views
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  • 13. Chapter 13
    • 8,047 Words
    • 9,760 Views
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  • 14. Chapter 14
    • 6,938 Words
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  • 15. Chapter 15
    • 6,792 Words
    • 10,202 Views
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  • 16. Chapter 16
    • 6,977 Words
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  • 17. Chapter 17
    • 6,364 Words
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  • 18. Chapter 18
    • 6,537 Words
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  • 19. Chapter 19
    • 8,700 Words
    • 10,307 Views
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  • 20. Chapter 20
    • 10,927 Words
    • 10,180 Views
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  • 21. Chapter 21
    • 7,218 Words
    • 10,236 Views
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  • 22. Chapter 22
    • 8,678 Words
    • 10,374 Views
    • 3 Comments
  • 23. Chapter 23
    • 9,449 Words
    • 9,898 Views
    • 1 Comments
  • 24. Chapter 24
    • 7,918 Words
    • 9,873 Views
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  • 25. Chapter 25
    • 8,524 Words
    • 9,911 Views
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  • 26. Chapter 26
    • 6,370 Words
    • 10,223 Views
    • 5 Comments
  • 27. Chapter 27
    • 5,298 Words
    • 10,450 Views
    • 3 Comments
  • 28. Chapter 28
    • 8,354 Words
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  • 29. Chapter 29
    • 6,466 Words
    • 10,011 Views
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  • 30. Chapter 30
    • 6,147 Words
    • 10,174 Views
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  • 31. Chapter 31
    • 10,889 Words
    • 11,548 Views
    • 3 Comments
  • 32. Epilogue
    • 2,812 Words
    • 13,612 Views
    • 12 Comments

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seakinklets

   2 of 2 members found this review helpful 2 / 2 members

The best of an already great author. Two protagonists try to manage their trauma and how it affects them, and grow from it, and its amazing to watch. The first book was similar in themes, but the protagonists had felt a bit too bland and clean. These two had very understandable reasons for how they acted, but it sure as shit doesn't excuse them. They are both fucked up people who did fucked up things because of the fucked up situations they were in, and god damn is it good to see them try and get over their shit. The characters are written so well, so real, and you truly find yourself empathizing with Dennis, who was an antagonist last book. The Long Way is a good read, and required for the full context of just how far things have come. Every single character changes, they learn and grow in understandable ways. Theres no big plot points or moments for me to point out, the whole thing is just so grounded that its compelling to read from front to back. If you at all liked The Long Way, you'll love this. If everything I said sounds appealing, its worth reading TLW just to get to this. Even if you didn't care for it, depending on your reasons, you might like this. Genuinely one of thr best books I've ever read, I'd buy it in paperback without hesitation.

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