Publish date: May 31st 2011
Publisher: McArthur & Company
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Garnethill (#1)
Hey everyone! So, I'm back with a new post and it's going to be another review! Yay, I'm currently working through my fourth book for the month. So, for today I'll be reviewing "Garnethill" by Denise Mina. About: The Story is about a woman name Maureen O'Donnell who woke up on morning to find h...
As some of my more regular readers know, recently I've been making more of a foray into the swampland that is the mystery genre - and it is a common saying of mine that 10% of mysteries are great, 10% are terrible, and the 80% in the middle are just mediocre. Garnethill is many things, but mediocr...
A good story, well thought through and executed, mostly (I took some small consistency issue with the scene where she finds out who the killer is). Glasgow appears interesting and a worthy context, making me consider visiting some of the buildings and sites mentioned, like the lightbulb factory in R...
"Eight long months of emotional turmoil passed as suddenly as a fart."-Blah. Super slow and boring.
a speed read over the weekend to kill time and distract myself...not quite sure why i kept plowing through b/c again, the dialect drove me crazy...i never did discover what a "close" is...never connected with any of the characters, least of all maureen...the family was horrendous, her friends (save ...
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