[Spooks] Harry's Diary: Top Secret Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755333985 / Genre: Fiction / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2007-09-06 by Headline
Newest Review: ... characters (and the longest lasting) character of the show. It featrures tales of his adventures and operations with Mi5 ... more
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K udos "Spooks": Harry's Diary, Top Secret (Spooks 2)
Pages: 352, Paperback, Headline
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by - written on 21/12/09 (Useful, 43 readings)
Spooks has to be about my favourite TV programme of all time, so when i was given this book as a present, i was very excited. It is a mock diary, as supposedly written by Harry Pearce, head of section D and one of the pivotal characters (and the longest lasting) character of the show. It featrures tales of his adventures and operations with Mi5 prior to the first series of spooks, continuing on to some of the events that happened within the early series. The account tells some really interesting backstory, which answers a few questions that have arised when watching the show. Some of the stories also offer an insight to Harry in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/09, updated on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I didn't really know how I was going to approach this book. Should I approach it as a serious text on the back of the wonderful BBC drama "Spooks"? Or as a bit of fun, with the knowledge that the producers are just trying to squeeze a little extra cash out of the public, or to be more specific from fans, starved of Spooks, inbetween series. Well I like Spooks, so I thought I would give it a serious approach. This quickly changed as I got past the first few pages. There is no discernible author. Amazon state the author as being K Udos - the production company is called Kudos. Of course we all know the author is Harry Pierce, ... Read the complete review
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