The Twelfth House
on July 30, 2010
Stunning....this is not just a work of fiction it is clearly a labour of love. The premise is huge..covering enormous amounts of territory...and the writing does it justice, beautifully. This reader completely drawn in to the plot, drawn in by a marvelous narrative, and pacing that doesn't let up. Chapter after chapter I read the intricate workmanship of a master craftsman, the characterization wonderfully fleshed out so that all of them came alive vividly...John...in Munich,
Aleksandra in London...listening to Vivaldi and experiencing a sudden fainting spell whilst looking at a sword in a shop window...we push into the modelling world...
Then we switch to Egypt --to the professor and the government agent...and the black cube which holds "The Truth"
The work is grand...and writen with the style of a Grand story-teller. Bravo.