Birth date: December 05, 1956
Adam Thorpe's Books
Reasonably gripping, great locations, believable characters. Not bad!
Didn't live up to its billing. I'd heard a lot of hype about this book, and would have been happy to read "a thrilling re-examination of myth", but far from thrilling it's a rather repetitive walk down memory lane of a monastic-page turned outlaw turned monastic, Much the Miller's son. In Thorpe's v...