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    Full of clichés

    The most predictable book i have ever read. Do not recommend
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    Antony of a scandal

    Quite good but it liked depth. Would have like more characterisation especially of James
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    Well written but depressing

    This is a well crafted book, with characters who are interesting even if many of them are deeply unpleasant. The story pulls you along, and you do feel as if you’re there in the courtroom with Kate. Sophie is depressingly two dimensional in the role of wife and mother, though this is no doubt intentional. I had to really rack my brains to remember her name, though I’ve just finished the story. Worth a read, but quite grim, and ultimately with a realistic yet deeply unsatisfying ending.
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    Summer holiday read

    While not the most original story and quite cliched, I found it to be a good summer read. It took time to to get used to the extensive colon and semi-colon punctuation but I got into the rhythm and became involved in the story.
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    Philip

    Excellent read. Captures Oxford of the time and politics of today. Well written, excellent detail, beautiful description of feelings and circumstances. Tom and James sound like Cameron and Osborne, with a number of cameos from Alexander (Boris) Johnson, I can say that but Sarah Vaughan couldn't possibly comment! A must read!!
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