All Against All

Rated 5.00/5 based on 6 reviews
One rule. One winner. One hundred million dollars.

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A purveyor of nonsense that occasionally vomits out something profound.

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vitch reviewed on Oct. 19, 2020

Very talented author who captivates his readers attention with well told stories that are rich in underlying social commentary. In my experience this kind of authors are very rare and deserve being advertised as worth reading.
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David R. Stookey reviewed on Sep. 27, 2018

Outstanding! Well crafted and well told story. I know it's an overused expression, but I really couldn't stop reading once I'd started. Along with the riveting "Hunger Games" like tension, the story included an interesting dystopian world in the not-too-distant future with realistic characters and several clever twists. I really enjoyed the ending and was impressed with how well all of the elements from the course of the story came together so neatly. Great job, Nathan!
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Cleo Wodehouse reviewed on May 13, 2018

Nathan creates a filthy, depressingly familiar world with just as much new elements as to make me wonder to which extent it will resemble ours in 50 years. I loved the tension, the language and the twist at the end. Thank you for sharing your talent.
I must admit that I didn't understand what became of Goliath, though.
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Sage Jollofsky reviewed on Sep. 18, 2016
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This was an excellent book! Netflix and social media has taken over my reading time, for the most part, for several years now and as such I tend to have a short attention span for it. However, when I picked up this book by Nathan Allen and started reading it, I was immediately sucked in and blew through it in a matter of hours. As many before me have mentioned, the story is driving, unique and compelling the whole way through. It also provides the added bonus of getting you to question the power structures that exist around you today.
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Michelle Ellis reviewed on June 11, 2016

Absolutely superb! Well done nathan! Unlike most free publications, superbly crafted english, emminently readable, believable characters, and a plot with enough twists and turnss to leave your readers gasping for “What next!" . Your fear that someone my skip forward to read the punchline should be fully allayed by the expertise you displayed between page one and page two hundred and forty five! Stunning! Will happily pay for the next time I see your name against a novel. Keep writing!
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Richard Underwood reviewed on May 4, 2016

This book was brilliantly written, with an original engrosing story-line and a surprise ending I didn't see coming, and I recomend it to anyone who wants a good original story. I love science-fiction, but so science-fiction writers so often seem to be lazy. By this I mean they create a world, or aliens, or a future, that is just not believable. It is as though they think to themselves, "I have created this world, I can make it any type of world I want." The real skill in science-fiction is to make a fictional world that is believable, and people (whether human or alien) who are believable too. Nathan Allen has this skill, and the book was excellently written and a real page-turner. This is the first Nathan Allen book I have read, but it won't be the last. Excellent.
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Silverscalpel reviewed on April 6, 2016
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At times it seems it's written by a teenager...
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Silverscalpel reviewed on April 6, 2016

Barring a few spelling mistakes, the english was a lovely change from the hack job one sees these days, especially online, in the guise of free content.
Kind of predictable at times but definitely gripping. Faintly reminiscent of hunger games :) But that's just me.
It is original, refreshing and has interesting perspectives with a few unforgettable catch phrases that i wouldn't want to share here for fear of giving too much away.
Thank you... I enjoyed myself :)
You are quite spot on about the decreasing attention span! But i read it through in one sitting.. It's 2:30 am my time..
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