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The Man Who Won Kindle Edition
|Length: 240 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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If you've never read a Guy Bellamy book then get this one now, you won't be disappointed. (Then get his other books)
I'm a big fan of Guy Bellamy. His characterisation is wonderful and the dialogue hilarious.
You will not be able to put this down.
Good read,will look for further stories from this author.
Three male friends become separated as their lives nose-dive, mainly due to financial and family issues that result in them selling up and moving away from one another. One wins the lottery and buys 3 houses on the same estate, and this sets the scene for all that follows. More ups and downs of family life, and the salutary tale that money doesn't buy you happiness.
We've been here before. Although it's many years since I read a Guy Bellamy novel, the style and content came flooding back in an instant. Page-turning enough, and written with the breezy, pub-joke-humour style that I remember, but there is nothing too deep or lasting to be had here. The characters are the usual one dimensional creations, the male-female conflict is ever present, and Bellamy shows himself hopelessly out of touch with the times. Mention of teenagers sitting O levels, swapping videos and still buying CDs all rather dates this. Even for 2005 (when this book first appeared), most youngsters were heading into the digital world.
Much like the men he writes about, Bellamy seems to have pitched his tent in the past and stayed there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The characters now have an enlarged life of their own, great story superbly written, a joy to read and look forward to morePublished 10 months ago by stuart
My husbands favourite author-in fact I'm sure he & Guy Bellamy are related,they share the same sense of humour. He laughs out loud. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Bethan Wheatley
Guy Bellamy can do no wrong in my book. As long as you want a light quick read, as the books are always over too quickly for me.Published on 18 Jan. 2014 by Jean Adams
Laugh out loud at times with a basic morale premise, enjoyed the story and well paced.
Could imagine a scenario such as this happening, can't help feeling sorry for Brad... Read more
A tale which brings to light a mans good intension to help his friends with his good fortune but in some cases it turns their world upside down.Published on 26 Sept. 2013 by Amazon Customer
I kept waiting for the story to take off - but it never did. Disappointing in the extreme. How it can be described as hilarious I cannot fathom. Waste of time.Published on 16 Aug. 2013 by Mrs. W. E. Ransome
An entertaining light read, ideal for when you're on holiday. Not a particularly satisfactory conclusion - felt as if the author was getting rather bored himself and wanted to... Read morePublished on 12 Aug. 2013 by Diane Williams