on 20 June 2009
This is a story of fraud, environmental concern and bizarre happenings, set nicely in a realistic normality.
Its written in a style that could suit the younger reader who wants something slightly off the main stream, rather quirky and almost believable.
However, where lots of current authors manage to make the totally crazy seem almost on the believable side of your brain, this lags ever so slightly behind and its too easy to see whats round the corner.
Still, definitely worth a read for the younger ones.
on 1 February 2002
A bit of an unsusal book that makes you want to grab hold of the main charicters and smash their stupid heads together!!!
The two main charicters, one of which could be easily classed as clinicly insane, the other as a love stuck puppy, are frustrating and two dimensional. The book it's self seems to have had more thought placed in the title rather than the plot.
Don't get me wrong, i'm a die hard fan of Mr Harmans work but i just couldn't wait to put the book down!! Poor is all i can say.