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on 17 July 2013
Pugin was a remarkable man who lived an astonishing life. He is the subject of a stunning biography (Hill), and potentially the subject of a very good novel. This isn't it. Seemingly a product of vanity publishing, it is perhaps aimed at young teenagers, and in the naivety of the writing (construction, language, insight into character) could have been written by a brighter example of that same audience.