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Fight and Flight [Read] ➫ Fight and Flight By Scott Meyer – Thomashillier.co.uk Martin and his friends discovered that their world is computer generated and that by altering the code, they could alter reality They traveled back in time to Medieval England to live as wizards Almos Martin and his friends discovered that their world is computer generated and that by altering the code, they could alter reality They traveled back in time to Medieval England to live as wizards Almost everything they ve done since then has, in one way or another, blown up Fight and PDF \ in their faces So, of course, they decide to make dragons It does not go well As the wizards struggle to control their creations and protect innocent citizens, they try new things most of which they don t enjoy , meet new people most of who are angry at them , and fight epic battles most of which they lose But their biggest challenge may be a young girl who knows that the wizards created the dragons and is determined to make them pay On her side she has powerful allies, a magical artifact, and a faithful if not particularly helpful dog Fight and Flight is a rollicking tale of bravery, wonder, love, revenge, greed, discovery, deception, and animal husbandry.


10 thoughts on “Fight and Flight

  1. Alicia Alicia says:

    This one was bad, REALLY bad The characters kept forgetting the rules of their reality and they all suffered from extreme immature stupidity The women in this series getandannoying in every book Every woman doesn t have to be a raging man hating and objectifying extremist and every man doesn t have to have the maturity and mental capacity of a second grader This once great series is going downhill fast This book is not worth your time or money.


  2. Joe Joe says:

    I m a fan of this series, but this book was just plain bad The plot was shockinhly awful it read like exposition that went on for way too long, as if the author had literally no ideas left for these characters so he just had them wandering around for a while The only thing saving this from a one star review is that Meyer is a legitimately funny writer, and there were at least half a dozen laugh out loud funny bits of dialogue Regrettably, they aren t nearly enough to justify reading this slo I m a fan of this series, but this book was just plain bad The plot was shockinhly awful it read like exposition that went on for way too long, as if the author had literally no ideas left for these characters so he just had them wandering around for a while The only thing saving this from a one star review is that Meyer is a legitimately funny writer, and there were at least half a dozen laugh out loud funny bits of dialogue Regrettably, they aren t nearly enough to justify reading this slog of a book


  3. J. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ J. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ says:

    Finally a release date May 9thI was at the theater Friday A guy behind me says book 4 comes out in 3 days I turned around and said off to be the wizard Boom, new friend LolThanks, Scott Meyer9 likes for a book I haven t reviewed yet You re all going to feel really stupid when I leave a review something like This book was crap I thought it was supposed to be Twilight fanfic The review Here there be digitally simulated dragons I greatly enjoyed Fight or Flight This one felt on par wi Finally a release date May 9thI was at the theater Friday A guy behind me says book 4 comes out in 3 days I turned around and said off to be the wizard Boom, new friend LolThanks, Scott Meyer9 likes for a book I haven t reviewed yet You re all going to feel really stupid when I leave a review something like This book was crap I thought it was supposed to be Twilight fanfic The review Here there be digitally simulated dragons I greatly enjoyed Fight or Flight This one felt on par with book 3, it was fun with several chuckles.The narration was perfect of course, Luke Daniels does no wrong.My only whaaaaaaat moment no spoilers Martin say, do kids in England play flag soccer Phillip No, we just play what you call soccer You don t need body armor and a trama specialist on hand to play the full version of our game That s why we love it Has Meyer ever seen a soccer game in person The major difference between these two sports is that we Americans prefer our violence on the field rather than in the stands.Now begins the agonizing wait for book 5, but until then we have Run Program to look forward to


  4. Rob Rob says:

    Executive Summary I love Dragons What fantasy fan doesn t Yet somehow this book wasn t quite as good as some of the others It s still pretty fun if you enjoy the series though 3.5 Stars.Audiobook Another excellent job by Luke Daniels He really brings these books to life For some reason Audible has a 6 month exclusive on the book, but I would have gotten this in audio anyways If you haven t tried the audio, and don t want to wait until November, this may be a good time to give the audio Executive Summary I love Dragons What fantasy fan doesn t Yet somehow this book wasn t quite as good as some of the others It s still pretty fun if you enjoy the series though 3.5 Stars.Audiobook Another excellent job by Luke Daniels He really brings these books to life For some reason Audible has a 6 month exclusive on the book, but I would have gotten this in audio anyways If you haven t tried the audio, and don t want to wait until November, this may be a good time to give the audio a try Full Review An Unwelcome Quest is easily my favorite book of the series so far, so I was really itching for a 4th book Instead Mr Meyer took a break from the series and did a few other books Master of Formalities, The Authorities instead They were alright, but what I really wanted was the next book in this series.So here we are, a 4th book And it s got Dragons I enjoyed it,than his two non series books, but not quite as much as the other books in the series Part of why I love this series is how it blends fantasy with computer programming and gaming While the main premise is based on a coding mistake, most of the focus was on dealing with the problem, and there just felt like less of the computer gaming stuff than previous volumes.This book focusedon some non wizard characters too Unfortunately I found those characters very annoying Which is impressive given that many of the Wizards themselves Martin, Jimmy, Gary are quite annoying already It did make for a nice change of pace, but I wish he had focusedon the Bishop and less on Honor.After reading Assassin s Fate, this was a great book to help me recover from how emotionally draining that was I do enjoy a nice light low stakes book The humor is always great too I especially love Philip s snark.Overall, a decent, but not great addition to this fun series I hope we ll get a 5th book eventually Maybe one that has someof the gaming programming humor that originally pulled me into the series to begin with Either way I ll be picking it up on release day again


  5. Jane Jane says:

    Definitely my least favourite in the series I felt like I was reading someone s attempt to expand what should have been a short story into something longer It really seemed like a bunch of busy subplots mashed together to create a weak main plot I really disliked the new character Honor , and there s nothing worse than not liking a kid It might have been better if she was an old lady, but even then I m not sure that would have been enough to make me like her Although I really like Luke Dan Definitely my least favourite in the series I felt like I was reading someone s attempt to expand what should have been a short story into something longer It really seemed like a bunch of busy subplots mashed together to create a weak main plot I really disliked the new character Honor , and there s nothing worse than not liking a kid It might have been better if she was an old lady, but even then I m not sure that would have been enough to make me like her Although I really like Luke Daniels, the accents in this book were somewhat annoying to me.There s clearly at least onebook planned in the series, and I won t let one bad outing deter me from trying the next, but I really hope it s a lot stronger than this installment


  6. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    This whole series is pretty whimsical This time our group of wizards creates dragons, which doesn t work out too well We get to see the team pair off to attempt to deal with dragons, which often doesn t too well The regular people do a little better, and both groups are fun to read about.As always, Luke Daniels does an excellent narration job.


  7. Cindy Hallo Cindy Hallo says:

    I should have stopped after the third book.


  8. Karsyn Karsyn says:

    Typically if I m gonna readin the series, I ll rate a 4 but I didn t really enjoy this book much There was a lot of stuff that could have been avoided if they talked to each other, making room for other stuff, but instead it was a lot of repetition It just wasn t very enjoyable Not awful, just not as good and fun as some of the others Will readthough and hope this one was just a rare dud.


  9. H James H James says:

    The bulk of Fight and Flight has our beloved cast scattered in pairs Philip Martin, Gwen Britt, Jeff Roy, and Tyler Gary duos whose dynamics are already thoroughly established Mr Meyer was successful in generating dramatic tension and comedy in An Unwelcome Quest by forging unlikely combinations of characters, so it s unsurprising that the too familiar pairings he has selected here leave us with a forgettable, color by numbers addition to the saga It s only in the final chapters, when The bulk of Fight and Flight has our beloved cast scattered in pairs Philip Martin, Gwen Britt, Jeff Roy, and Tyler Gary duos whose dynamics are already thoroughly established Mr Meyer was successful in generating dramatic tension and comedy in An Unwelcome Quest by forging unlikely combinations of characters, so it s unsurprising that the too familiar pairings he has selected here leave us with a forgettable, color by numbers addition to the saga It s only in the final chapters, when the cast is re nited, that some life comes back into the story For what it s worth, I d have been muchinterested to have been given a version of this book where Mr Meyer had split the cast into the following pairs Philip Gwen, Tyler Britt, Jeff Martin, and Roy Gary


  10. Shauna Shauna says:

    Light and fun, just like the others from the series I ll keep reading as long as he keeps writing


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