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on Sep. 04, 2012 :
It was the first book I'd read of Jamie's and a thoroughly good read it was. The characters were well developed and a nice little twist at the end
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Aug. 01, 2012 :
Having read both All the Fun of the Fair and Playground Cool, as soon as I heard there was a new offering from Mr Sinclair I downloaded it straight away without even reading the blurb.
Would that turn out be a rash decision...? Would it heck as like!
This book turned out to be a thoroughly stonking read! It started off pretty gently and then the story, action and indeed characters gradually built up to a pretty great crescendo which, along with the grand finale, left me almost breathless.
Like Mr Sinclair's other books, the careful use of description, along with great characterisation, meant that I could "see" the action very clearly - another one for the screen maybe?
I hear a whisper that Mitch and Rupert may return. I for one hope so...
(reviewed the day of purchase)