The Bone Clocks: A Novel
Publish date: September 9th 2014
Publisher: Random House, Inc.
Pages no: 704
Edition language: English
This book was in the back row of one of my double-stacked book shelves. Out of sight, out of mind. I forgot I’d bought it some time ago (and paid extra for the prettiest cover), which is unfortunate, because Slade House would have made SO MUCH MORE SENSE from the start if I had read The Bone Clocks ...
This is a gimmick book, which in itself isn't a bad thing if there's a good story in there. Maybe there was a such thing in this, but unfortunately for me all that was buried under heaps of problems. The first ninety pages were a positive surprise. A man writing a fifteen-year-old girl in first pe...
DNF at 33%, right after Hugo’s chapter. Many of my friends loved or at least liked this book. I just thought it was dull. In case you’re unaware, this book consists of a set of six novellas, loosely connected, all written in the present tense and first person by different POV characters. I got th...
I have to admit I was a bit disappointed with this novel especially after all the positive reviews I've heard about both Cloud Atlas and David Mitchell as an author. I'm wondering if perhaps I picked the wrong book by Mitchell to read first, or if I would have been just as disappointed no matter wha...
I just can't anymore... DNF
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