Id - Paul Craig - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: Paul Craig / Kindle Edition
Newest Review: ... to each new chapter everything fell into place from the beginning of the previous chapter and so on. It does sound confusing ... more
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by - written on 02/07/12 (Very useful, 112 readings)
Id - Kindle Edition ID by Paul Craig is not the sort of book I would usually go for. Had it not been for the author following me on Twitter I probably would never have known about it. The day I downloaded it, it happened to be free but now it will cost 77p to download from Amazon. Once I had finished reading it I was straight on Twitter asking the author for more, I needed the story to continue because there was so much more I wanted to know. I did have some reservations about reading this book and to be honest I wasn't expecting much from it, however I feel the author has been very clever in the way he has chosen to write this book because the ... Read the complete review
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