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  • Touch.

    I don't usually read this genre, but I couldn't wait to finish it. Different, but plenty of suspense towards the end.

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  • Bought by accident!

    Actually clicked on this while trying to buy 'first fifteen lives' - gave up on that and read this instead. An awesome, different concept that is wonderfully written - your breath skips with every jump. Marvellous.

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  • Unlike anything

    I wasn't too sure of the book when I first started to read it...as I got further into the book the pace, the thrill of it all got me! This book was a very good read.

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  • Following the same style as First15 Lives

    Another intense, thought provoking read. A very similar style and subject matter to the other novel I'd read ( and very much enjoyed) which made it, in some ways, more predictable. That said, I found the ideas being explored fascinating...that of relationship with self and other, and what the essence of a 'self' is. A good read, and we'll written...apart from a phrase along the lines of the countryside being like the final brush stroke of a woman's breast. Ouch!! Note to editor: nooooo!!! ( I paraphrase but you'll know it when you read it!!)

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