Blackwater - Conn Iggulden Reviews
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by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I have never read Conn Iggulden before, despite having toyed with the idea of starting his Emperor series on more than one occasion. This is one of many short stories I have read recently, and although the first chapter or so were hard going, I was impressed by how drawn in I was by the end of the 80 pages of story. To start with, we are introduced to a cold and miserable Davey as he prepares to commit suicide at Brighton beach. Told in the first person and perhaps deliberately not making a great deal of sense, and probably why I fgound it hard to get into to begin with, Iggulden gives us a couple of early snippets as to why davey is there, before his brother ... Read the complete review
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