One Word Kill (Impossible Times, #1)



One Word Kill (Impossible Times, #1) In January 1986, fifteen year old boy genius Nick Hayes discovers he s dying And it isn t even the strangest thing to happen to him that week.Nick and his Dungeons Dragons playing friends are used to living in their imaginations But when a new girl, Mia, joins the group and reality becomes weirder than the fantasy world they visit in their weekly games, none of them are prepared for what comes next A strange yet curiously familiar man is following Nick, with abilities that just shouldn t exist And this man bears a cryptic message Mia s in grave danger, though she doesn t know it yet She needs Nick s help now.He finds himself in a race against time to unravel an impossible mystery and save the girl And all that stands in his way is a probably terminal disease, a knife wielding maniac and the laws of physics.Challenge accepted. Read One Word Kill (Impossible Times, #1) by Mark Lawrence – oldtimertips.us

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 260 pages
  • One Word Kill (Impossible Times, #1)
  • Mark Lawrence
  • English
  • 18 February 2018

10 thoughts on “One Word Kill (Impossible Times, #1)

  1. Robin Hobb says:

    I ve giving One Word Kill by Mark Lawrence six stars Oh You think I can t do that Well, yes, I can Even if you don t see them up there Because while a five start book is a good solid read, one that I truly enjoy, there are some books and stories that arethan that They are the stories that stay with you for a lifetime.My six star stories are likely different from yours A story gets six stars when it doesn t waste a word It opens the door, I enter the tale, and for that time, I m in I ve giving One Word Kill by Mark Lawrence six stars Oh You think I can t do that Well, yes, I can Even if you don t see them up there Because while a five start book is a good solid read, one that I truly enjoy, there are some books and stories that arethan that They are the stories that stay with you for a lifetime.My six star stories are likely different from yours A story gets six stars when it doesn t waste a word It opens the door, I enter the tale, and for that time, I m in that world It s a story that works perfectly for me Other examples of my six star stories would be Smith of Wooton Major by J R R Tolkien Or the Ugly Little Boy by Isaac Asimov These stories have nothing in common, except that they worked perfectly for me.Anyone who has read my books may have guessed that I have a few things that utterly fascinate me The information we carry in our blood The nature of memory The possibility of myriad futures The absolute wonder o...

  2. Mark Lawrence says:

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  3. Alexander Jade says:

    I received an uncorrected proof copy of One Word Kill in exchange for an honest review I would like to thank Mark Lawrence and 47North for approaching me to read this early Starting on the 8th January 1986, Nick a gangly 15 year old who is extremely intelligent is diagnosed with leukaemia The doctors advise that he may only have up to 5 years to live In the local hospital, he goes through Chemotherapy and shares a children s ward with many other suffering youths as they w...

  4. شيماء ✨ says:

    Me, after pre ordering books I m excited about and trying not to feel guilty about it through gritted teeth s self care

  5. Mary S. R. says:

    99999 STARS I count it a shortcoming of Goodreads that there aren t enough stars availableWe might live in a multiverse of infinite wonder, but we are what we are, and can only care about what falls into our own orbitIf I m being honest, I spent a great deal of time just staring at a blank page thinking, where to start fromAdmittedly, this overall analysis is the last part of the review I m writing because there were so many platinum points in One Word Kill that I was left trapped in a 99999 STARS I count it a shortcoming of Goodreads that there aren t enough stars availableWe might live in a multiverse of infinite wonder, but we are what we are, and can only care about what falls into our own orbitIf I m being honest, I spent a great deal of time just staring at a blank page thinking, where to start fromAdmittedly, this overall analysis is the last part of the review I m writing because there were so many platinum points in One Word Kill that I was left trapped in a loop, with so much to say and not enough wordsOf all the ...

  6. John Gwynne says:

    I absolutely loved this book A fantastic sci fi reminding me of Stranger Things and the time bending concepts of the Terminator I was a teenager through the 1980 s and I loved the sense of nostalgia Mark s story evoked It s a rollercoaster of adventure, wrapped up in nuanced characters and a tight, twisty plot This...

  7. Swiffer says:

    My one line review I clapped after reading the last line Don t know if that s ever happened before I m content to leave this review as simple as that, but I owe it to NetGalley and other potential readers to provide a bitinformation I do think it s best that you go into this story completely blind Mark Lawrence has earned enough trust where I don t have to read an advance blurb to know that his stories are worth reading That being said, I ll provide a few minor plot spoilers below, My one line review I clapped after reading the last line Don t know if that s ever happened before I m content to leave this review as simple as that, but I owe it to NetGalley and other potential readers to provide a bitinformation I do think it s best that you go into this story completely blind Mark Lawrence has earned enough trust where I don t have to read an advance blurb to know that his stories are worth reading That being said, I ll provide a few minor plot spoilers below, and try to only touch on overall themes, instead of major plot points The story is set in London during the 1980 s, and focuses on unpopular teenager Nick who was just diagonsed with leukemia Nick has a small group of friends that meet on weekends for Dungeons and Dragons, and we get to experience some wonderful role playing sessions with some talented players I was especially nostalgic during these scenes, as I spent many a weekend in a similar position Nick and some other members of his group have ex...

  8. Petros Triantafyllou says:

    Nick Hayes takes the news of his imminent death pretty well, or at least as well as any fifteen year old boy would With an aggressive form of leukemia, the same disease he lost his father to a few years back, he knows that he has to live in full the last few months of his life And what would that entail Playing DD with his friends, of course But when the seemingly random events of his DD campaign start mirroring real life situations, or vice versa, he realizes that leukemia may not Nick Hayes takes the news of his imminent death pretty well, or at least as well as any fifteen year old boy would With an aggressive form of leukemia, the same disease he lost his father to a few years back, he knows that he has to live in full the last few months of his life And what would that entail Playing DD with his friends, of course But when the seemingly random events of his DD campaign start mirroring real life situations, or vice versa, he realizes that leukemia may not be his biggest problem yetIn hospital they ask you to rate your discomfort on a scale of ten I guess it s the best they can come up with, but it fails to capture the nature of the beast Pain can stay the same while you change around it And like a thumb of constant size, what it blocks out depends on how close ...

  9. Melanie says:

    ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.Mark Lawrence new series DD Lord, help me Blog Instagram Twitter Tumblr Youtube Twitch

  10. T.O. Munro says:

    In Mark Lawrence s gradual migration away from the kind of world and characters of his debut novel Prince of Thorns, One Word Kill represents the greatest step so far We find ourselves neither in the fantastic ice threatened world of Abeth, nor the magically enhanced post apocalyptic future Earth of the Broken Empire and the Red Queen s War We are instead onnearly contemporary ground South London in the 1980s though Lawrence s gift for sowing peril and dilemma has bled through into t In Mark Lawrence s gradual migration away from the kind of world and characters of his debut novel Prince of Thorns, One Word Kill represents the greatest step so far We find ourselves neither in the fantastic ice threatened world of Abeth, nor the magically enhanced post apocalyptic future Earth of the Broken Empire and the Red Queen s War We are instead onnearly contemporary ground South London in the 1980s though Lawrence s gift for sowing peril and dilemma has bled through into that otherwise familiar milieu Maybe some readers won t have lived through such a place and time well you should have After the conflicted 70s that couldn t decide whether to be brash or beige, punk or glam, the 80s were undeniably ...

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