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The Tally by E.G. Wolverson
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Apr 25, 12

bookshelves: student-life, horror, psychology

Being a Hull University graduate, `The Tally' immediately appealed as an interesting read...and I wasn't disappointed.

Having had the pleasure of living with five men in a Hull student house, The Tally, took me straight back to times passed, conjuring up the sights, sounds and smells of student life at a red-brick university.

The Tally begins by introducing you to the four main characters; Tom, Will, Jamal and Gristle, exploring their true to life personalities, which most people will find they can relate to. You are then taken deeper and the story darkens, exploring the depth and vulnerability of the characters minds before you are spiralled to an explosive end that leaves you questioning science and the supernatural.

The Tally is an out of the ordinary, fast paced, page turner. Well done Wolverson, I can't wait to read your next one!
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