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The Language Of Dying by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

September 27, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Language Of Dying by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

‘The Language Of Dying’ is unsurprisingly a novel about death. It deals with the death of the protagonist’s father from cancer. Neither the protagonist or her father are ever named and the book is written in first person to him, almost like a letter. It mainly follows the last few days of the protagonist’s father’s […]

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The Chosen Seed (The Dog-Faced Gods book 3 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

March 27, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Chosen Seed (The Dog-Faced Gods book 3 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

Cass Jones has been framed for murder again and is on the run from both the police and Mr. Bright’s Network. Help comes from unexpected places and it is old enemies who now have the power to aid Cass as he hunts for Luke and tries to bring down the Network. Meanwhile, Hask and Ramsey […]

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The Shadow Of The Soul (The Dog-Faced Gods book 2 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

March 27, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Shadow Of The Soul (The Dog-Faced Gods book 2 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

Cass Jones discovered corruption in his police station and got half the squad sent to jail. Now he’s not the most popular man around but he’s going to need all the help he can get. Teenagers across the city seem to be committing suicide, all leaving messages talking about the chaos in the darkness and […]

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A Matter Of Blood (The Dog-Faced Gods book 1 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

January 24, 2013 | By | Reply More
A Matter Of Blood (The Dog-Faced Gods book 1 of 3) by Sarah Pinborough (book review).

Cass realises that nothing was as it seemed. His family had all been keeping secrets and now it is vital that Cass uncovers them all. As the killings continue and his family mysteries deepen, everything seems to be leading Cass towards a confrontation with the notorious economic super-power, The Bank, and the elusive Mr. Bright. […]

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