Rotten Times - Paul Micou Reviews
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Newest Review: ... but not surprised as he's a bit stiff and impersonal by nature anyway. What the syndrome makes Lloyd realise is that he is in ... more
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by - written on 21/01/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
This is a review of the 1992 book 'Rotten Times' by Paul Micou. I'd never read anything by this author before but the front cover ~ a mixture of union jack flag and American flag under water drew me in. A little about the storyline The book follows Lloyd and his curious condition of Tourraine's Syndrome (which I incorrectly read as Tourette's syndrome when I first skimmed the back page!). After suffering an electric shock on an aeroplane, Lloyd's memory becomes ultra sensitive, remembering everything he ever learnt or experienced in minute detail. Sounds a bit odd doesn't it? It actually turns Lloyd into a total bore as he recites poetry and ... Read the complete review
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