The wildly compelling, award-winning debut novel from the author of THE TELEPORTATION ACCIDENT.
An overly ambitious and self-conscious first novel. The humor is clumsy, the dialogue wooden, the characters lacking in empathy and the varying threads of the novel just don't hang... Read morePublished 18 days ago by CASSINI24
Wears its knowledge like a hurriedly polished Sherriff's badge.Published 26 days ago by Jon Clawley
Great book to read, very enjoyable and can hardly put down ! Arrived in good conditionPublished 5 months ago by Rana
Very well written. It's an engaging story with good characters, likeable or not, I read this after teleportation incident which is also a cracking read. Read morePublished 7 months ago by David Oakley
Rubbish. Pages of totally irrelevant material to the main plot which is flimsy to say the least.Published 7 months ago by W. Evans
This guy is the best writer in a generation.
For a forst effort this book is increible.
I read glow first (in 2 days) and loved it. Read more
A rather knowing style but interesting subject matter (boxer, beetle) and only one jarring grammatical usage. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Maggie BG
This is a novel which sets out to shock and impress, an exercise in being provocative and literary. It's not a dismal failure, but neither is it a success. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mr Nobody