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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121606

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For the AIO listening veterans here on Guide, what AIO sagas do you think are the best (rate them best to worst)? I've only listened to the Rydell Saga, and I'm starting the Blackgaard Chronicles. Ooh, and please don't spoil what happens in the other ones pleeeeease
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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121628

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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121631

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sci_geeek wrote:
For the AIO listening veterans here on Guide, what AIO sagas do you think are the best (rate them best to worst)? I've only listened to the Rydell Saga, and I'm starting the Blackgaard Chronicles. Ooh, and please don't spoil what happens in the other ones pleeeeease
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I like the Olivia arc and Buck arc. I’d say the Buck one was nicer, just because of how intricate the plot was
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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121650

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For the AIO listening veterans here on Guide, what AIO sagas do you think are the best (rate them best to worst)? I've only listened to the Rydell Saga, and I'm starting the Blackgaard Chronicles. Ooh, and please don't spoil what happens in the other ones pleeeeease
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I love The Green Ring Conspiracy. And Novacom, They are all soooo good. Ties that Bind is good too. BUCCCKKKLLLLEESSSSS


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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121711

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sci_geeek wrote:
For the AIO listening veterans here on Guide, what AIO sagas do you think are the best (rate them best to worst)? I've only listened to the Rydell Saga, and I'm starting the Blackgaard Chronicles. Ooh, and please don't spoil what happens in the other ones pleeeeease
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cant relate
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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121745

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Kiv24133 wrote:
sci_geeek wrote:
For the AIO listening veterans here on Guide, what AIO sagas do you think are the best (rate them best to worst)? I've only listened to the Rydell Saga, and I'm starting the Blackgaard Chronicles. Ooh, and please don't spoil what happens in the other ones pleeeeease
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cant relate
same rip
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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #121938

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Hmmm...
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Novacom for sure. It was just so expansive and captivating. There were so many characters and subplots involved. It was like a mysterious puzzle that you had to piece together episode by episode. It was complex and beautiful—I loved it. The new stuff on AIO pales in comparison.
I can't wait to listen to Novacom!! But first, we must finish the Blackgaard Chronicles...
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Chelsea F. wrote:
Hmmm...
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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #122031

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sci_geeek wrote:
InsidiousCynic wrote:
Novacom for sure. It was just so expansive and captivating. There were so many characters and subplots involved. It was like a mysterious puzzle that you had to piece together episode by episode. It was complex and beautiful—I loved it. The new stuff on AIO pales in comparison.
I can't wait to listen to Novacom!! But first, we must finish the Blackgaard Chronicles...
I only listened to Battle Lines from our library.
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AIO sagas 8 months 2 weeks ago #122032

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Kiv24133 wrote:
Chelsea F. wrote:
Hmmm...
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Can't choose
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Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct your paths.
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