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About the Author
Dave Hutchinson was born in Sheffield in 1960. After reading American Studies at the University of Nottingham, he became a journalist. He's the author of five collections of short stories and two novels, and his novella The Push was shortlisted for the 2010 BSFA award for short fiction. He has also edited two anthologies and co-edited a third. His short story 'The Incredible Exploding Man' featured in the first Solaris Rising anthology, and was selected for the Year's Best Science Fiction collection. He lives in north London with his wife and several cats.
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It was an absolute delight to read and all through it with a smirk I simply couldn't remove from my face; deliciously complex, humorous, twist and turns, gradual reveals, and the wonderfully superb climax to the book where Rudi learns what he has unwittingly become.
Other reviewers here cover much of praise that I would go on to repeat myself so there is no point in my doing so. Did anyone notice however that Dave Hutchinson is so clever he has even provided a solution to the problem of the 3rd runway at London Heathrow Airport, simply genius.
Au revoir Les Coureurs des Bois? I sincerely hope not, but the 3rd book ends in the same place that both Europe in Autumn and Europe in Winter start, so I suspect that may be the case. Come on Dave please give us more, you cant stop it yet, lets face it you have plenty of book titles to use up... Europe in Summer, Europe in Spring, even Europe at a Quarter to Midday if you want.
I'm off down the local now to have some banter with the Polish chef, who shall now be known hereon in as Rudi (even though Rudi wasn't Polish) and I'm going to ask him why he has a Beagle and not a Daschund.
p.s. Just read an article that says there will be a 4th book in the series, Europe at Dawn, can't wait
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