- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2052.0 KB
- Print Length: 341 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 099550752X
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: McFori Ink (23 Jan. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NCWWI5L
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 85 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,191 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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To this end, I loved the early work of Chris Brookmyre, Pauline McLynn, and Colin Bateman, but had found their more recent output to be lacking that spark that got my laughter-gear in motion.
When I discovered Caimh’s gloriously funny, first book, A Man With One of Those Faces, I was immediately back on solid ground, with a damn good plot, fascinating characters, and hilarious passages peppered throughout
I approached book two of Caimh’s Dublin Trilogy with a certain trepidation, as follow-ups are invariably that “difficult second album” and often prone to failure, or at least a painful stumble and a skint knee
Much to my surprise, “The Day That Never Comes” is better … much better, in fact … with Caimh’s writing becoming more relaxed and fluid, and his comedy-writing credentials really starting to shine through
The unholy trinity of Bunny, Brigit, and Paul, have been supplemented with a new partner, Maggie, who is worth her weight in Pedigree Chum, and a great inclusion to the comedy potential that Caimh milks endlessly, to great effect
Unlike those spoiler-reviewers who give away half the element of surprise that a good book contains, I will say no more of the unpredictable plot and beautifully drawn characterisations – other than BUY THESE BOOKS especially if you have a weakness for a hefty dose of a good, old fashioned, crime thriller romp, full of wit and broad humour, with just enough cleverness to keep an intelligent mind entertained, and a slightly surreal series of twists that are firmly based in the unlikely realities of our modern world’s madness
Jump into Bunny, Brigit, and Paul, & Maggie’s Dublin – you’ll be bloody glad you did
All in all this is my personal equivalent of riding a non stop gut wrenching rollecoaster - for fun and giggles.I think if Caimh had done much more to Bunny I would have been on the next plane to Dublin seeing him out for a chat.
I have put in my formal complaint to the author that his proposed 'trilogy' is a cruelty beyond measure. He riposted that his provision of a prequel effectively made the trilogy and quadrilogy. I think he needs to re-think. Bunny, Paul and Bridget deserve to live long and hearty... especially if they can use some of Bunny's lads in their business venture!
I love these books. I highly recommend you get stuck in.
What follows is hilarious hijinks of this team as pasts are brought into the light and errors are corrected!
The language and the way the words come across are hilarious. I don't follow Irish dialect so now sure the lilts they would say anything but I read it all in Irish in my head and chuckled throughout.
Can't wait for book 3
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