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Sawbones by Stuart MacBride,
This review is from: Sawbones (Most Wanted) (Paperback)
This book is SO unlike his other novels, I was deeply disappointed. I'm sorry to say that Stuart should stick to what he does - and knows - best which is Aberdeen. This book set in the USA is utter rubbish and I wish I'd never bought it. It's so short, I've seen magazines articles that are longer! Anyone could have written it, definitely not at all like his other books that are truly superb, sorry Stuart but this one lets you down very badly. If I'd read this book first, I'd never have read another Stuart MacBride book at all, thank goodness I read all the others first!
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Initial post: 12 Sep 2008 11:03:42 BDT
Books Maz says:
This book was written by Stuart MacBride especially for the publisher Barrington Stoke as part of their Most Wanted range for emergent reader adults. Barrington Stoke specialise in books for struggling and dyslexic readers. Therefore, although for adults and in the same fantastic style as MacBrides other books, Sawbones is much shorter with a carefully selected layout and text.
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