White Eyes

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Nathan's solitary life is shattered by the visit of an old school friend. With him he brings Terri - beautiful, mysterious and the doorway to a world of danger, and Nathan finds himself running from unknown, dark forces. As he desperately tries to find answers, can he trust anyone? More
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Review by: FredFlinstone1 on Feb. 9, 2017 :
Ha! What a laugh! Completely mad!
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Review by: Darkly1 on Feb. 9, 2017 :
I love this book. Full of strange characters and bizarre things. The two policemen are completely mad, like keystone cops on acid - especially Dredd). Also check out Kings of the Night, Kammell’s other book, where they appear too), the plot is intriguing – what would you do if you came back to your flat and instead of your guests, just found a severed finger? The answer is absolutely not what you expect, and as the plot develops, nothing is quite what it seems. Slightly less convincing, but fun, are some of the prison rants. This is clearly not the world we are used to, but how different is it really? There is a more serious undercurrent to this story too, even if the ending isn’t what you would expect and probably lets down the whole book, which is why I gave it 4* instead of 5*.
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Review by: Andy665 on Feb. 9, 2017 :
“You want to know what it is I do, what it is that I did, and whether I spend my time here in an alcoholic daze, drinking the sunlit hours away until I can escape back into the sanctuary of the night. You want to know whether I’m someone who can be trusted, someone who will look after you, who will help you through this, or whether the fact that I’m fat and old means that I will try to rape you in the middle of the night.” I thought this was going to be a standard prison drama but it turned into something very different. The narrative structure takes a little getting used to, it jumps around and it’s sometimes hard to follow exactly what is happening, who is doing what, and I didn’t quite get the ending – well I did, but it seemed to end fairly abruptly – but apart from that, a great ride.
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