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The 25th Hour by David Benioff
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Sep 11, 12

bookshelves: modern-lit

David Benioff is perfect.

I know, I know, he can't be. For a start his books are really popular, so he can't be good, right? I mean not really good, not if he's making a living out of it.

And honestly, his novels: they start at the start and end at the end, they have a story to them and fantastic characters. I mean, how passé can you get?

Hang on a tick. I think this is what I meant to say:

I started this yesterday, began it again at breakfast and couldn't do a thing until it was finished.

Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Yay for a great story full of people who are a joy to read about that makes you feel a bit weepy at the end, not to give anything away.

YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.

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message 1: by Manny (new)

Manny Hey, this is a pretty unsubtle review. No postmodernist tricks. No clever parodies. Not even a LOLcat... just a bald statement that this is a terrific book. I mean, who's going to want to vote for that?


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