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Plastic Mass Market Paperback – July 30, 2013
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About the Author
Born in Greenwich, London, Christopher Fowler has written for film, television, radio, graphic novels, and for national newspapers. Fowler is the multi-award winning author of more than thirty novels and ten short-story collections, including the lauded Bryant & May Peculiar Crimes Unit mystery novels. In 2010 he was nominated for eight national book awards. He is a regular columnist for both UK The Independent on Sunday and the Financial Times.
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There were some unanswered questions - the non-disclosureover one important plot device was frustrating.
It was an interesting character study of an individual under duress forced to revise her world vision and reinvent herself, or persish.
For moments I, uncomfortably, saw flickers of my own life in Fowler's inner circle of suburban hell. I guess many other readers would and feel equally uncomfortable identifying with some of June's world and outlook.
The outcome, as well as some of the action, was fanstatic, but still a great read; after all it's the fantastic elements that make the ride all the more entertaining.
It blew my mind! How does he think of these complex, crazy, intriguing stories???
I know these areas of London well, but will NEVER see them in the same light.
There are fascinating layers in the revelation of the people who come to live in London, and what they do to survive, thrive even! What a motley and yet fabulous Lot!
Scary and complex. This is a real treat to read!
Thank you Mr. Fowler!
Give me some more Bryant and May!
literally have to live by your wits in a life-and-death situational challenge, and
you have no experience or training to help you.
The father of Bryant & May has found a terrific way to work that conceit into a
suspenseful and driving plotline. For in-depth London flavor it provides the
strange world of "always under construction" with its sharp contrasts and unexpacted