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A good, easy read. Better to get it in the 2 part boxed set format though.
on 23 October 2013
This is the second instalment of Graham's diaries. Both books are very short- the first one is about 125 pages and this one is only 115. I actually got these books when they were free in the amazon.co.uk 100 free bestseller lists. If I had paid for them I might have felt a bit 'short-changed' as some books at the same price can be three or four hundred pages long. These books only have about a hundred. I had initial reservations but they both turned out to be a good read, quite reasonable. The writing flowed and I couldn't put it down to find out what happened next. There are some comedy moments and also some deeper issues in the second book which really get your emotions going but this is all too brief.Yet again in the amazon free bestsellers-I found the two books in a kindle set and I think this works better as two in one go. Especially if you had been paying for the book/s also if you got the first one and didn't know about the second it would just seem to end in the middle of nowhere. So three stars for this as a single edition but for the combined I will re-review that and that deserves four stars. Well worth a read, especially if you want a quicker, easier read inbetween other longer books which are more heavy-going.