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Hello stumpymcshrimperson ,
Hope you are well. Maybe you would lik....
Hi, I need your help. Would you mind proofread the opening chapter o....
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Hey there Stumpy
I see you have an empty space on your shelf. My b....
"The Prince and the Singularity – A Circular Tale" is a book with one....
Hi Clair – This is a great read – lively & easy to read, bowling along & taking the reader with it. A fun and interesting concept too – reminds me of Allison Pearson’s ‘I Think I Love You’. I like that the amount the women won was huge, but not excessive – made the whole thing seem more real.
Ooooh, this is so DARK! Samael must be one hell of a read if this picks up where S left off. (I did read the first few chaps a year or so ago, but only as far as Gen being taken by cab to Shadowcombe). You do a good job of recapping too, which means, I guess, that this could be a stand alone book - ...
Fabulous writing & full of potential intrigue. Loved what I read. This is going on my shelf.
Tried reading this a while ago & never progressed beyond the first bit as I couldn't make out what was going on. This time I did. So hooray! Not sure about the prologue bit tho, or whether it's necessary. Just wanted to get stuck into the plot (esp as had to read it twice). Also not sure about start...
I remember reading Shakespeare's Cuthbert & enjoying it & this is no different. I love the gentle humour & the naivety of it all. The delightfully clean writing sets it off a treat. Happy to shelve. Angela