Birth date: January 01, 1946
Died: December 18, 2013
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So very sad and true. Can a soul be truly destroyed?
This one appeared in the post, not quite sure who sent it to me. Wouldn't have picked it up otherwise.This is a really good book. Michael, the main character, sees a picture of a girl on a landing, but nothing much is happening, a marriage that isn't going wrong but isn't going anywhere. The image o...
This is told in reverse, with episodes taking place in 2009, 2006, 2003 & 2002. The book hangs together by the repetition of phrases and descriptions from one episode to the next. in some instances you know what happens - having already heard what happens later. in other cases you discover more abou...
Clever - that is to say, I don't like ghost stories (as I really don't believe in them), but I love, plausible, scary stories that have rational reasons for a 'ghost's' existence in someone else's life.
The first part of this story is totally ridiculous and my thoughts were that none of this could possibly ever happen. However, as the stroy unfolds, it becomes more and more plausible, until, eventually, I began to think that these events could really, actually happen. That is what I would call very...