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...” 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 favourite writers in the mystery and thriller genre with the sure knowledge that when I pick up one of his books I know I’m ... Read review
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stuleg

“I wasn’t there when I died” Review with images

AdvantagesA fine book from a fine British Author

DisadvantagesNone of Note

"...as James Herbert has in Nobody True. For this reason I number him amongst my favourite writers in the mystery and thriller genre with the sure knowledge that when I pick up one of his books I know I’m about to go on a dizzying journey filled with passion and heartache in fairly equal measure, Herbert really is the very best of British authors. “Birth and Death are the two noblest expressions of bravery” James True was a slip of a lad when he ..." Read review
27.04.2004

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Marandina

FIEND WITH A KNITTING NEEDLE GETS CARRIED AWAY

AdvantagesGood story, fairly horrific

DisadvantagesTwists aren't strong enough, not really pc

"...fiction, remember) At 502 pages, Nobody True is a reasonably long read although I did find the time went quickly as I got caught up in the story. It was interesting to note the way Herbert wrought significance from the title towards the end with a thoughtful reflection of those people who had apparently let the main character down. By widening the main events to draw in the bizarre circumstances surrounding his father’s marriage and the reasons ..." Read review
18.07.2004

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jacpuss

Nobody True! But Was it You?

AdvantagesA Great Get Your Teeth into Read.

DisadvantagesYou 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 events, usually building up into a crescendo of suspense and excitement. I have been a huge fan of Herbert's for some years now i don't think i know a book i have been disappointed with. I am ..." Read review
28.03.2006

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markd_uk

Nobody Worth The Time

AdvantagesIt has James Herbert's name on the cover

DisadvantagesRepetition, ponderous prose, obstructive footnotes

"...trepidation that I picked up Nobody True. And the opening line: "I wasn't there when I died." followed by the paragraph: "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." did little to inspire me. Still, I was without a novel to read, so I got on with the job at hand and have to say I struggled. Whilst I might not have enjoyed James Herbert's more recent works, ..." Read review
13.08.2006

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Whos' walking over your grave?

AdvantagesWell written, back to the old form

DisadvantagesSome 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. Nobody True, (don't make the same mistake as I did calling it Nobody's True, sounds easier) is the newest output of Britain's greatest horror writer James Herbert. Although I'm sure that I'd call ..." Read review
23.10.2003

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What happens when you lose your body? Jim True knows. He has returned from an out-of-body experience to find he has been brutally murdered and his body mutilated. No one can see him, no one can hear him, no one, except his killer, knows he still exists. Freed from his body, True embarks on a quest to find his killer and discover why and how he has managed to survive. As he closes in on his murderer, True discovers that even the very people he loved and trusted have betrayed him. He meets his killer, a strange and sinister figure who can also leave his body at will. An epic and deadly battle ensues between True and a seemingly unstoppable and hideous serial killer - a man now intent on even more murders, including True's wife and child...

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Type Fiction
Genre Horror
Title Nobody true
Author James Herbert
ISBN 0330411675; 0765312123; 140500519X; 1405041188; 1405041730; 1843954303

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