G. Miller

"commonman12"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 69% (25 of 36)
Location: Scotland
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,981,335 - Total Helpful Votes: 25 of 36
Alan Moore's Neonomicon (Avatar) by Alan Moore
11 of 19 people found the following review helpful
I was severely disappointed. Moore continues his exploration of sexuality and poorly takes a sledgehammer to its defined gender walls.

It results ultimately in Free Willy (In every sense) meets Rosemary Lovecraft's Baby.

Poor - anyway you try to stack it up.
Under the Dome by Stephen King
Under the Dome by Stephen King
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
44 year old man - who has stayed away from Mr King for years and years

Could the most prolific writer God has seen write something good for the last decade?

Good book, great book, only book.

If you are willing to stick around and observe the decay in its every detail?

Then you will be rewarded.

There's very few if any main stream books as big, good or deep as Under the Dome.

Man's inhumanity 10 fold...

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The Power Of The Dog by Don Winslow
The Power Of The Dog by Don Winslow
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliance, 25 April 2006
A stunning piece of work. Rewarding on every level.
Immerse yourself in the history of the 'Mexican Trampoline' as drugs make their way from South America, through Mexico and into the US. Believeable characters, well drawn, travel through decades and watch their own part in this history of drugs and cocaine and USA involvement in South America and...

Well the list is endless - it has pace, real drama and tension. Some parts are jaw dropping in their intensity and brutality but never gratuitous.

All his other books are great - this should push him to classic writer status - up there with Ellroy in my estimations.