Henry Bins suffers from Henry Bins. A condition that is so rare its named after him.
He is awake for only 1 hour a day. 3 am to 4 am.
Despite being awake only 1 hour he certainly manages to cause more trouble that some one who is awake for 16 hours a day.
A fun easy and quick read. A bit different. but enjoyable.
I think I could do with suffering this for one day a week to catch up on my sleep
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What a brilliant and emotional read.
It doesn't seem right saying how much I enjoyed reading this book considering the subject. But it was put together so well i really struggled to put it down and read it in just two sittings.
A mixture of emotions felt throughout reading this book with the odd tear shed.
And a whole lot of questions. How? Why?
How and why does anyone treat a child in such a way, How could anyone do such things to another human being?
And as a parent How can you see you child go through such torment and torture?
Dave certainly went through hell growing up.
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Dead Men's Bones is the fourth novel in James Oswald's phenomenal Inspector Mclean series set in Edinburgh.
But it is the first one I have read. i can safely say I will now be reading book 1,2 and 3.
I didn't feel like I couldn't follow things or follow the plot by not having read the previous books, but I enjoyed this one so much I want to read the others.
The book starts off with Detective Tony Mclean at the scene where the body of a naken man has been found by a local walking his dog.
Then there is a shooting at a farm house. It turns out that A MSP has killed his 2 children, his wife and then himself.
This is where Mclean begins his investigations… Read more