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“I wasn’t there when I died”

Advantages: A fine book from a fine British Author
Disadvantages: None of Note

...“Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It's the transition that's troublesome.” Few authors can write about life or death in such a dramatic and all encompassing way as James Herbert has in Nobody True. For this reason I number him amongst my favourit ...

stuleg 27.04.2004 · Read full review
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FIEND WITH A KNITTING NEEDLE GETS CARRIED AWAY

Advantages: Good story, fairly horrific
Disadvantages: Twists aren't strong enough, not really pc

“I wasn’t there when I died. Really. I wasn’t. And finding my body dead came as a shock. Hell, I was horrified, lost, couldn’t understand what the fuck had happened.” James True is one third of the True, Guinane, Presswell enterprise that operates in the ...

Marandina 18.07.2004 · Read full review
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Nobody True! But Was it You?

Advantages: A Great Get Your Teeth into Read.
Disadvantages: You Will Not Be Able To Put It Down.

Nobody True is James Herbert's 21st novel and doesn`t disappoint us with this proud selection in his masterpieces of, horror and Fictional writing. He always seems to be able to keep each and every new book fresh and new, with exciting new characters and ...

jacpuss 28.03.2006 · Read full review
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Nobody Worth The Time

Advantages: It has James Herbert's name on the cover
Disadvantages: Repetition, ponderous prose, obstructive footnotes

James Herbert has always ranked amongst my top three favourite authors. For a long time, Herbert was second only to Stephen King, but more lately Dean Koontz has taken over that mantel. For me, however, Herbert's ranking in my own personal list of "wo ...

markd_uk 13.08.2006 · Read full review
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Whos' walking over your grave?

Advantages: Well written, back to the old form
Disadvantages: Some may find it a bit taxing

Take a big dollop of Fluke, a spoonful of Others, a pinch of The Dark and the tiniest drop of The Jonah, stir it up and you may well have James Herbert's new book 'Nobody True'. Or perhaps I'm being a little unfair on the whole thing, lets take a peek. ...

Emma1973 23.10.2003 · Read full review
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