Love Songs for the Shy and Cynical - Robert Shearman Reviews
Description:ISBN 1844354601 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Robert Shearman / Paperback / 240 Pages / Book is published 2010-04-30 by Big Finish ... more
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Robert Shearman Love Songs for the Shy andCynical
Pages: 240, Hardcover, Big Finish Productions Ltd
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by - written on 08/12/10, updated on 08/12/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I have spent a year wanting this book, I received it yesterday as a birthday present and was absolutely over the moon, I've no idea why I didn't buy it myself, I think it just sounded so interesting and slightly leftfield, that I wanted to wait, and wait, and wait, until I could wait no longer. In a way my desire to wait for the book, is in keeping with the themes of this book, wilful or odd behaviour, which some would question, but which makes sense to the subject, as this book is about love, in all its forms, you will understand what I mean, when I say, its emotive, funny, sad but never boring. The books cover is a sea of white with 3 characters in masks ... Read the complete review
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