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The Skin Palace (Quinsigamond #3)

4.01 of 5 stars 4.01  ·  rating details  ·  81 ratings  ·  3 reviews
A crime boss’s son and an amateur photographer embark on a strange journey
Nothing matters to Jakob besides film noir. Ever since he was six years old, when his nanny first took him to the cinema, he has known that filmmaking is his future. His first script, Little Girl Lost, is finished, and as he prepares for production, he feels destiny within his grasp. Nothing stands
ebook, 454 pages
Published November 8th 2011 by Road (first published 1996)
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Wayne Simmons
I had the pleasure of meeting Jack O'Connell prior to reading any of his work (he's a gentleman, by the way). THE SKIN PALACE is the first book of his which I've read, but it most certainly won't be the last.

Jack O'Connell may very well by my new favourite writer (or at least in my top three). His storytelling is everything that I need in a book - compelling, addictive and defiantly character rich. The world in which he sets his stories is gritty and colourful, like a Mardi Gras festival from he
I wanted to give this a higher review but the book just feels incomplete. It feels like this should be the first book in a series of 3. At the close of the book there are many loose ends, plotlines that don't quite come together and characters that don't end up making sense. This author completely creates a new world as well as any of the greats. I got really immersed in the world of the book and the lives of the characters and felt let down by the ending of the book which feels not only incompl ...more
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