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The Remorseful Day (Inspector Morse Series Book 13) Kindle Edition
|Length: 468 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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There is something about this novel, i just cannot place it. he does the characters in more depth than usual, and centres a little more (if possible!) on the characters of Morse and Lewis.
This is way, way, way better than the television adaptation. it is mroe relistic, and to be put on tv they had to remove many of the moct central parts of the plot. When viewing it i was highly disappoined. The people who reviewed it would have thought twice about praising it so highly had they read the book first!
There are other reasons why this book is Dexter's masterpiece, the plot, as with many of his books, is not unnecesarily complicated, and in many way's it seems to flow more. I Sped through this book in a day can you beieve, when a dexter would normally take me 2 or 3.
I even found myself shedding a tear at poor dear Morse's demise. The television adaptation again insufficiently brings this across. It would have been a lot better had they adapted it to fit two 2 hour slots. I find myself devouring every word, every sentence in the last 30 pages hitting me like a brick. If u have seen the tv version and not read the book, shame on you, you should have. If u have read the book and the tv version, you will know what i am talking about.
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. genuiniely very sad.
This is a typical Morse novel (apart from the fate of Morse!), and none the worse for that. There is the usual sparring between Morse and Lewis about the minutiae of grammar and other pedantic matters, interwoven with the patient methodic detective work of Lewis and the quixotic leaps of the imagination of Morse, the latter leading to several false trails.Read more ›
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Morse. A great read. I'm a huge fan and will continue to read and re-read again and again.Published 6 months ago by SusanP
Not only is this moving, well plotted and beautifully written but you can learn from it as well. I always look up the words I don't know on my Kindle, and there are plenty of... Read morePublished 9 months ago by The Bookworm
A good book. That draws you in - the character development is solid. And I enjoyed the story with this one, interesting enough to keep my attentionPublished 12 months ago by Farvey
A thoroughly unpleasant, lead character and the author is too interested in showing off his extensive vocabulary and his pedantic view of English grammar. Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2014 by Chad
the best morse since last bus to Woodstock a fiting end to a great series .will sadly miss these booksPublished on 16 Dec. 2013 by ken leaning
Another great case for Morse fans, however if you read this book ensure it is the last to be read of all Morse books. Read morePublished on 6 Nov. 2013 by G. Pettitt
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