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Brooks writes it all wonderfully, with an excellent sense of pace and interesting characters.
When I first started reading this book I must say it was hard to actually continue, not because it was violent or anything, but maybe a tad to slow.
The problem with that was, Ruben knew the murderer was already dead and buried and the case wouldn't be solved anytime soon.
Even years after reading this book, I'm still thinking about it. Mr. Brooks captured my soul with this one. A must read!Published 15 months ago by Carrie
Ive only read one other Kevin brooks book but this one was not how i expected it. It dragged alot.Published on April 7, 2010 by Melissa Plant
I thought this book was ok.....
Compared to candy it was pretty boring though
considering the entire book was punch some guy in face. punch another guy in face. Read more
I absolutely love this book!
When I first started reading this book I must say it was hard to actually continue, not because it was violent or anything, but maybe a tad... Read more
Kevin Brooks, The Road of the Dead (The Chicken House, 2006)
I'm not sure exactly what I was expecting The Road of the Dead to be. Horror novel, maybe. Read more
The graphic details of torture and fighting, the acceptance of revenge and violence - these things stop it from being a book appropriate for young men. Read morePublished on August 28, 2006 by English Lady
Kevin Brooks' The Road Of The Dead tells of a teen who can sense things nobody else can. After his sister's death, he and his brother leave their London home for the moors of... Read morePublished on August 12, 2006 by Midwest Book Review
i would recommend this book for readers 13 and up. The Road of the Dead is an action packed book of loyalty, courage, and the bond between family. Read morePublished on May 25, 2006 by Bob Smith