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Church of the White Rabbits Kindle Edition

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Length: 362 pages Age Level: 12 - 18

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  • File Size: 2621 KB
  • Print Length: 362 pages
  • Publisher: Engine House Press (June 14, 2014)
  • Publication Date: June 14, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00L0G4M8Y
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #752,453 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Writer, traveller, cyclist and gardener: I've always been a dreamer - I wrote my first 'book' while at primary school and making up stories has long been one of my favourite occupations.

I was born in Southampton, England, in 1965 and grew up in a small market town called Romsey.

Over the years that followed I worked as a journalist, PR consultant, gardener and, most recently, teaching English in Portugal.

My latest novel - Pagan's Sphinx - came out on 1st December 2012. This one's published under the pen name William Webster as it's a bit different from my other books. 'Pagan's Sphinx' is an adventure story about an archaeological expedition hunting for a lost statue that may provide a link to the lost civilisation of Atlantis.

My first novel - The Tale Of Findo Gask - was published in 2006 after winning the national final of a UK competition to discover new authors. I've also written several other books and published a collection of short stories.

'The Vault' is published in aid of the disaster relief charity ShelterBox http://www.shelterbox.org (I've been involved with this charity for a few years - I was previously in charge of PR & Fundraising at its UK HQ and in 2010-11 my wife and I undertook a 10,000-mile tandem bike ride in aid of ShelterBox!)

Please visit my blog - at http://hdthomas.wordpress.com - for more information about me and my books, as well as some of my thoughts on being a writer and the creative process. You can also find me on Facebook - look for 'Huw Thomas author'.

I'm always happy to hear from readers - contact me via the blog or Facebook.

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If you are a Huw Thomas fan as I am, you'll find this book a bit of a surprise. It's a departure from his usual gritty mystery fare, but if possible, I think it's his best work to date. From the characters you'll come to love (and hate) to the politics of this crazy little isolated island, it is just about as pitch perfect as a story can get.

Just about.

If I have one complaint, it's the same I've made on other books by newer English authors, Thomas included--the grammatically improper and, worse - passive - construction of using "was" or "is" before a verb such as "sat". When good grammar would better serve a sentence ("she sits at the table"), he chooses the irritating "she is sat". I hope this affectation dies a horrible death, and soon. In an otherwise excellent book, it was the fly in the ointment that ALWAYS took me out of the story.
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I love the babbits…seriously loved the book; the writing is literate; the sense of character is wonderful; being in touch with real life (like all the dopers on the island) but not having excessive sex and drug use; the gentleness and love he has for his characters; and a wonderful plot…all combine to make a book I couldn't put down.

Can't wait for your next book in this serious!
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What a fun and quirky book, full of eccentric characters enjoying their plots and family sub-plots. The setting itself is almost another character, very easy to imagine from the author's descriptions. Great light-hearted read. I'll be curious to see what else Huw Thomas has written and would welcome more stories; this one really was hard to put down and I was sad when it ended.
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