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OK but nothing special,
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This review is from: The Heretics of De'Ath (The Chronicles of Brother Hermitage Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
This book began promisingly, with an interesting and sudden death under absurd circumstances, but after about the first page or two it seemed to lose some of its appeal. It all seemed a bit cartoonish and sketchy. The characters didn't really have any depth to them at all, and some of the plot just made no sense whatsoever (e.g. who attacked Brother Hermitage, and why?). It was amusing in places, but, overall, it just felt like the whole thing was galloping along towards a conclusion and there wasn't any time to explain things properly along the way. I'm still not entirely sure what was going on with the building work at the monastery, and I'm not 100% certain who the 'heretics' in the title were!
It did cost just 77p, though, and I did read it to its (somewhat unsatisfactory) conclusion.
There were half a dozen or so occasions where a word was missing from a sentence, so the whole thing really needed a good proof-read.
I don't think that I have any interest in any further doings of Brother Hermitage.