Game Boy - Gordon Houghton Reviews
Description:Publisher: Smashwords / Published: 15 Mar 2010
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by - written on 23/12/12 (Very useful, 42 readings)
I've read a couple of Gordon Houghton's books - The Dinner Party and the Apprentice - and found his dark humour very enjoyable. Game Boy is a little bit of a departure from those earlier novels since the tone and humour in the book are a lot lighter. Arguably, this makes it a better, easier read and one that should be accessible to a wider audience (providing you are a gamer - see caveat below) Game Boy focuses in on four friends who met at university, united by a love of computer games. Now in their forties, they have drifted apart slightly and forged new lives for themselves. However, once a year, they still meet up on four successive weekends to hold a ... Read the complete review
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