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600 Hours of Edward - Craig Lancaster
600 Hours of Edward
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4.50 30
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781606390139 (1606390139)
Publisher: Riverbend Publishing
Pages no: 278
Edition language: English
Series: Edward (#1)
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carolesrandomlife rated it
4.0 600 Hours of Edward by Craig Lancaster
This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life in Books.I liked this one. This book was a bit different from what I would normally pick up. I heard a few good things about it so I took a closer look once I noticed that it was available to borrow from Amazon through Prime Reading. I loved the ...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it
When I started this book I was wondering if I would finish it after description, after description of Dragnet's color episodes and the weather. Then the book started getting a little more interesting, and then a little more, until I was fully invested to find out what happened to Edward. I was afrai...
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia
Krazykiwi @ Kiwitopia rated it
4.5 600 Hours of Edward
This could have been a very difficult book to read. It's written first person, with a protagonist with Asperger's, OCD - high functioning but with some fairly severe social issues. His wealthy politician father has bought him a house to live in, and for the past 8 years that's what he's done, lived ...
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5.0 Book Review - 600 Hours of Edward
As per usual, I’m sat here contemplating my review. I’m agog at how fortuitous it is that I came to read this book. I’m considering whether any of the characters were flamboyant, austere, tenacious, ostentatious, apoplectic, or exceptional. Through this book, I have discovered that I love the words ...
Mercia McMahon
Mercia McMahon rated it
0.0 600 Hours of Edward by Craig Lancaster
An endearing story of the struggles of a Montana man struggling with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. This first person narrative from his perspective is told in a repetitive manner than brings across the nature of his daily existence well. A very interesting take on living with a mental illnes...
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