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Fiction - Modern Fiction - ISBN: 0955749905

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Well written, fiercely humorous, dramatic

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Killed By a Passing Snowflake is unique. Not in any one specific feature, but in the way those features combine together to make a whole that is not only unique but exceptional. To come across such a novel by a first time author is almost as rare as hen's teeth and far more ornamental. *Plot* In...

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Excellent

published 18/06/2008

All in all a very satisfying read.Lifes short and no-one wants to put time and effort into something that is ultimately unrewarding and this book paid me back for my time and effort handsomely.The characters are instantly recognisable,the plot is believable but never predictable and many of the scenarios drawn here have that Oh My God quality that you get when you blend comedy,pathos and embarassment as well as this author does.The description of the visit to Boston (Lincolnshire not Massachusetts) will have a resonance for anyone familiar with that particular area of the twilight zone and the insights into the mindset of the product of an Anglo/Irish Catholic upbringing ring true. Cracking read.

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Excellent

“The book of MY lifetime.”

published 27/01/2010

A humorous novel generous with its emotions and vi...

I doubt the existance of a sequel.

Well, here we have it finally. A book I can more than "enjoy", one I can can say more than "good" about. Over the last 10 years of reading those words have become my most significant catch-phrases. Today, well, this week (it isn't a 10 page novel!) I found that my vocabulary was not...

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