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Lionel Bramble is the author of 1901: A Steam Odyssey.
on May 25, 2011 :
It started off good but then the story went no where, but had potential. But my main dislike is the language, which was awkward, whilst I can see the intent, was to come off like the style of Verne or Wells, it ended up reading like a public service legal document from days gone by. It suffered a lot from the style and was hard to read, a book should be a joy to read not a chore.
I wanted to like this book the concept was good and story could have been good. But the writing let it down. Whilst this is supposed to be an erotic novel, it is more like porn it just goes from sex scene to sex scene - not that there is anything wrong with that. But the wording really makes the scenes quite boring and factual, definitely not exciting to read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)