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4.0 out of 5 stars
Weird! ...but great., 13 Mar. 2004
I was very taken with Free and this book is darker, bigger, funnier, weirder, but a bit marred by feeling disorganised and it has a slow start. That notwithstanding, the best scenes are better than Free: when Chrissie holds up an all night Tesco stark naked, armed with nothing but a cat, or when the cars start freewheeling uphill. This book then is funny, and has to be read to be believed. This author has a hell of an imagination.