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John G. Walker

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Engaging read

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Reviewed: 03-06-2015

It's well written, poignant and surprisingly funny! The middle bit waffles a bit, but Kay's poets prose carries you through. A great story for everyone, and perhaps more so if adoption has played a part in your own story.

Deeply insightful and well argued

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Reviewed: 24-03-2015

I share Hitchen's convictions, so the premise of his book wasn't personally confronting. However, he very clearly, eloquently and succinctly articulates his argument in a very compelling way. Great read!

Incredible

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Reviewed: 03-02-2015

Incredible story, dark and menacing characters that you find yourself caring for, and a damned pity it's all over after this.

Pacey is brilliant!

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Reviewed: 08-01-2015

The second instalment of the series speeds up its pace, with a lot of character growth. The story gets more riveting, and remains as funny and brutal as ever. Pacey's narration is some of the best I've ever heard!

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