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No Hope for Gomez! by Graham Parke
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Dec 07, 2010

it was amazing
Read in December, 2010

I enjoyed this book. The narrative structure was engaging and it allowed you to delve into the narrator's position easily. The characters are definitely interesting. It seems Parker has found some real eccentrics to color the world of Gomez, the main character. The mystery surrounding Gomez's situation is what propels the story forward and it is interesting enough to compel the reader to keep turning pages. It was a fun read that sped by quickly and kept me interested until the very last page.

I have to say, I could have even stood for a longer book that explored more of the other characters and the stories they may have to tell. Follow up novels could be written from the perspective of the guy with the sombrero, Warren or Hicks. I'm sure those tales would also be relatively absurd, though the author could make one step right into their shoes and it would make complete and total sense while you could still see the absurdity of the situation.

All in all, if you haven't read No Hope for Gomez!, what are you waiting for? Get it! Everyone's going to be talking about it...
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Graham Parke :) Several different view-points are already on the way.


Geekdgirl Glad to hear it. Love how you capped the story for Hicks...LOL.


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