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I've never written an Amazon review but due to how great this book is I thought I'd leave a few positive words for someone who is maybe looking for what I was. I've not a massive reader but when on holiday or bored of the Playstation I'll pick a book up. I'm usually disappointed in the books I read as they never go the way I want them too,that is until I read this book.
The only thing I can really compare this book too would be the films Seven or Saw, if neither of these films were already out this book would make a great film.
The very rough outline of the book is that the lead character gets back in touch with old school friends at one of their mutual friends funerals. They have an after party to drink to their friends memory,it all goes wrong from there. I won't go any further into this but it involves the main character saving his friends from traps that some nutter has put them in whilst trying to teach him something.
I'm not sure what other reviews mean when they say they couldn't guess the ending. I thought it was quite clear how it would end but the way it was delivered was amazing.
To sum up this book kept me more than interested,I loved reading it and was gutted when it was finished.
I hear he may be writing another book soon, I'll keep an eye out.
PS. The reason I put the title as Surprisingly Great was that the book is so cheap I didn't expect much!
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Initial post: 9 Jan 2015 15:59:08 GMT
alan beddis says:
this is the biggest load of rubbish i have ever read,for 1 instance how the hell did he transport 8 people to different places while they were drugged , they say there is a book in everyone i sugest j s brown retires quickly
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