Publish date: July 16th 2009
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Not since Jack London's To Build a Fire has a story made me feel physically cold. Fast read , I loved it.
This is a short, simple and powerful story that I sat down to sample and ended up finishing in no time at all. Revolver is the second book I've read by Marcus Sedgwick - the other being Midwinterblood - and I have to say that both his novels have managed to impress and surprise me.If I'm being hones...
in a sentence or so: Sig is alone in his cabin. he's been left to deal with his dead father on the kitchen table, his missing sister and step-mother, and the big and brutish man who's come demanding something Sig can't deliver.when Sig's dad didn't come home, they knew something was wrong. one glanc...
Given Sedgwick's skill with atmosphere in fiction, coming across a book by him that centres on a revolver and an isolated homestead in the Arctic circle was a moment of joy.Unfortunately, this book is something of a failure; it should really be tense and atmospheric; pregnant with potential violence...
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