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on 2 February 2006
Now I'm a Millington fan: I subscribed to his mailing list; I loved his first book to pieces. I wasn't a fan of his second book, I admit, but thought this sounded good.
Sadly it is dreadful. A dismal "plot", a leading character who is maddeningly stupid (he can't make his mind up, spending in one scene one and a quarter hours trying to decide whether he should have a bath or a shower), and a leading lady whose every sentence is littered with four-letter words and who just comes across as obnoxious.
I'm sorry to say it but this was the worst book I have read in a long, long while. Deeply disappointed, and I won't be buying any more of his stuff if this is anything to go by.